Snow Report

Visit our Mountain Message for Operating Times and ALL Details

Update Sunday – February 14, 2016 @ 5:30am || Holiday Weekend.  Sunday 9am-8pm & Monday 9am-8pm.
Base 12″-36″
New Snow past 24 hrs
0″
New Snow past 7 days 4″
Surface Conditions machine groomed packed powder
Additional Info  Fat Bike Sunday 10am-4pm with Continental Ski & Bike Demos today at Grand Ave Chalet.
Shuttle Shuttle Bus runs 10am-5pm on weekends and holidays from our upper level parking areas to main chalet & Adventure Park.
Lifts Running

1 – Spirit Express High Speed Quad

2 – Gandy Lift

3 – Summit Lift (as needed)

4 – Double Jaw Lift (as needed)

5 – Beginner Area Conveyor

6 – F Tow (as needed)

Nordic Currently the campground and 3 km are groomed for skate and classic. Work has started to pack down the 10k. Overall skiing is very good and will only improve with more snow.  For additional information visit Duluth Cross Country

 Trail Report

TRAIL LEVEL OPEN/CLOSED
Powder Monkey More Difficult (w/features) OPEN
Bindle Stiff More Difficult OPEN
Downhill Musher Easiest OPEN
Scissor Bill More Difficult OPEN
Log Roller More Difficult OPEN
Four Pipe Easiest (w/features) OPEN
Double Jaw More Difficult OPEN
Timber Cruiser More Difficult OPEN for Bikes Only
Summit Chute Most Difficult OPEN
Sky Hooker More Difficult OPEN
Gandy Dancer Most Difficult OPEN
Juggler Joe Easiest OPEN
Bear Claw More Difficult OPEN
Bull Whacker Most Difficult OPEN
Blue Ruin Most Difficult  OPEN
Duck-Leg Shorty More Difficult OPEN
Cinder Snapper More Difficult OPEN
Flume More Difficult OPEN
Beginner Area Easiest/Bunny Hill OPEN

Freestyle Terrain 

Spirit Park OPEN Over 43+ features throughout The Parks at Spirit.  big triple jumpline (~40′), medium double jumpline (~20), showtime (~50′) plus a top-to-bottom rail/box feature line and NEW wallride & more!!
Prog Park OPEN Sweet Sets on Powder Monkey, lower Four Pipe and the Prog Park!!

Visit our Terrain Park Page for a full listing of features!


 

*All devices used on the slopes must have a retention device.  This includes skis, snowboards, snow bikes, snow skates, etc.  We do not allow bikes with tires onto our slopes during times of winter operations with the exception of Spirit Mountain special events and on our Fat Bike Sundays.

**Surface conditions listed are at opening time and are subject to change due to weather, time of day, skier traffic and other factors. Always watch out for your fellow skiers and snowboarders along with other obstructions, both natural and man-made. Ice, thin spots, bare spots and variations on the snow surface can and will exist. Please check the Mountain Message for additional, detailed information on all happenings here at Spirit Mountain!

***All open lifts operate on an as-needed basis. The number of lifts listed as open is an estimate of the maximum number that will be open at any point throughout the day based on business levels. High winds at Spirit Mountain may cause temporary lift closure.

****Any partial closure of the slopes due to events or lessons on a given day will be noted next to the trail name or within our snow report page. In particular, On days when snowmaking and/or extra grooming efforts are needed, some trails may not be available right at opening time. If we have a lot of snow to push or additional grooming efforts are necessary for a fine-tuning of the snow surface, a staggered start may be necessary to ensure that the snow conditions on each trail are optimized for your enjoyment.

Always follow Your Responsibility Code when you are out on the slopes and SMARTSTYLE your activities on all freestyle terrain!

Remember, you are responsible for your possessions while you are visiting the ski area. Refrain from bringing any valuables or extra items into the chalets and utilize daily locker rentals to secure any items you must bring with you. If you leave your skis or snowboard in the outdoor racks, please bring your own lock or purchase a lock from our retail locations.

Please help us keep the slopes, grounds and facilities CLEAN.  Do NOT litter, clean up your own messes, bus your own tables, etc. etc.  Do YOUR PART and remind OTHERS to do THEIRS, too!