Rogers Pass Backcountry Conditions Report
This page is designed to give backcountry skiers and splitboarders in Rogers Pass pertinent snowpack and ski conditions to help facilitate safe, fun days in the mountains! These conditions reports are based on observations from professional ACMG guides and avalanche forecasters who operate regularly in Rogers Pass.
Current Snowpack Synopsis Pow, the story continues! February has delivered 165mm of snow water equivalent to the snowpack. Mt Fidelity’s weather station at 1905m is now reading 269cm for a height of snow. This past week, amidst a strong arctic outbreak, 61cm of storm snow has fallen, but there has been 68 cm of settlement […]
Current Snowpack Synopsis Pow. That’s right, one of the slowest starts in recent years has turned around since late January and has delivered 135mm of snow water equivalent to the snowpack. Mt Fidelity’s weather station at 1905m is now reading 265cm. 36cm of recent storm snow has fallen in since midnight Feb 18, which was […]
Here are some valuable links for weather and snowpack information in Rogers Pass:
Avalanche Canada Public Avalanche Forecast
Avalanche Canada Mountain Weather Forecast
Rogers Pass Winter Permit System
Are you looking for guided backcountry skiing and splitboarding? Arctos Guides can provide you with the experience you seek. We love to share the mountains with folks who want to enjoy them. Our guides are certified by the ACMG and are carefully vetted by us to make sure they will deliver the fun, safe and quality experience you desire.
The ACMG and the CAA have provided us with a tremendous foundation for our growth as professionals in the backcountry ski and splitboard industry. We commend both associations for fostering a culture of growth and learning.
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