Selkirk Wilderness Skiing Weather Forecast

Today's Forecast
Updated at: 6:37pm PDT - Apr 07th 2014

April will bring spring storms and sunny days to please all who want to be pleased. Maybe a little spring skiing, maybe a little gardening.  We're all done skiing for this season, it was a fabulous one by all accounts. We hope to see all of you again next season and maybe some new faces too. Have a good summer!

Temperature (2200m / 7200ft): 0

Winds (2200m / 7200ft): Calm

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Snow Conditions
  • Conditions as of: Apr 09th 2014
  • New Snow (past 24 hrs): 0
  • New Snow (past 72 hrs): 15 cm.
  • Snow Conditions: Schmoo throughout now, although our staff ski day on Sunday the 6th was outstanding dry spring powder on north slopes up high.
  • Snow Depth (2200m / 7200ft): 325
  • Freezing Level: AM valley bottom / PM mountain top 2500 m
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Terrain and Ability

Our terrain includes a wide variety of pristine wilderness runs. Bowls, chutes, well-spaced tree skiing, it’s all here. 12,000 to 18,000 vertical feet of which you can expect to experience per day, what amounts to an average of 8 to 12 runs. It’s close to the same amount of vertical allotted in a weeklong package of heliskiing, for half the price. There is no skiing on Saturday and Sunday, resulting in Mondays usually being quite deep.

At SWS a certain level of ski and snowboard ability is required. We suggest riders be strong intermediates in good physical condition, able to navigate most black diamond runs at a lift-serviced area.

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