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
Run of the Day

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Reg’s Ridge

Reg’s Ridge (Regina worked as a cook, guide and was the first lodge manager on the mountain), tops Allan’s list of five favourite runs. Reg’s follows the north edge of a steep ridge which falls into Thunder Bowl. It catches a lot of snow blown in by the south westerlies and is well sheltered from the sun through most of the season. Probably not such a nice walk in the summer months, it’s quite a different story if your mode of travel is by ski or board and the ground cover is 2 to 3 metres of snow (and your objective is down hill). Exhilaration is what you feel as you free fall through the steep open glades in the upper tree line all the way to the mellower lower slopes in the larger trees and open regenerating forests at the bottom of the run. Wow, can we do that one again?

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