Last Updated: Saturday 30th of April 2016 07:39:08 AM
24 HR SNOW: 0
48 HR SNOW: 0
WEATHER: Clear Skies
Saturday, April 30th: Today is the start of our last weekend of the 2015-2016 season. Don't miss out, get up to Alpental and enjoy it with your buddies! This morning we have clear skies, with some areas of lingering fog on lower Alpental (check the cams), clearing near the top of Armstrong express. The fog is starting to clear out, so I'm thinking by the time lifts open it'll be completely clear. Snow conditions today will be spring snow from top to bottom, but there are patches bare patches showing up around the mountain, especially on the lower half. Ski and ride with care, and watch for both marked and unmarked hazards. Our grooming team has been working on the mountain to cleanup and improve what they can, but keep in mind there will be limited groomed runs today. A couple passes where possible, some of Sessel and St. Bernard. The forecast is calling for sunshine and blue skies today, so I'm looking forward to an epic spring day at Alpental. Come join us for the final weekend! Discounted tickets all weekend! We have ticket offers for other passholders, bring a buddy ticket, and general discounts. Get the details. As of April 5th, the top of Alpental has received 610" of snowfall. The first significant snowfall of the season up there was 9" on November 2nd. Always remember to check WSDOT for I-90 road conditions before you leave home. Winter storms are less likely this time of year, but it's still plenty possible and we're known to get some April snow. It's also important to check the WSDOT for information about spring and summer construction and how that may impact your travel plans.