Snow Report

Current Conditions

Overcast 10°
Recorded at Oct 21 2014 2:26PM

  • Temperature
  • 24-hour Snowfall
  • Season Snowfall
    137 cm
  • Snow Base
    55 cm
  • Surface Conditions

Spring sking is here, come and enjoy a great day at our hill . New this season Tube Park and little Kids terrian Park

Terrain Areas

  • ROCKSTAR Terrain Park

    The ROCKSTAR Terrain Park is back bigger and better than ever. Grab a can of ROCKSTAR and hit rails and jumps. Check out the new Boarder-X track on Easy Rider.
  • Night Skiing

    When the weather warms it’s time to turn on the lights and ski at night. Ride top to bottom every Friday night in February. If you live in the valley, sign up for the legendary Starlight Challenge.


  • Sundance Triple ChairOPEN

    This Doppelmayr Triple Chair climbs 304 vertical metres (1000 vertical feet) to a mountain of trails for all skiers and riders. If you’ve never used a chairlift before, just ask our Lift Attendants to help you out.
  • Snowbird Platter LiftOPEN

    The Snowbird Platter is easy to load and easy to ride! With multiple unloading zones, it rises gently before steepening near the top of the lift. If you’ve never used a Platter Lift before, just ask our Lift Attendants to help you out.
  • Aquafina SnowplanetOPEN

    The Magic Carpet is the very best place to learn in the Columbia Valley! Step on and admire the view of jagged mountain peaks while you travel to the top of our Novice slope. Smooth, wide, gentle terrain will help you quickly build confidence.


  • Easy Rider – NoviceOPENGROOMED

    If this is your first time up the chair, then Easy Rider should be your first run. Take a minute to admire the spectacular view and then wind your way down this wide undulating trail. Look for fresh powder off to the sides and make tracks.
  • High Plains Drifter – NoviceOPENGROOMED

    A smooth, long cruise ideal for skiers and riders who have spent some time on the mountain. The trail starts out as a gentle traverse, then steepens and narrows a little before before opening out as it approaches the Ski Chalet.
  • Cowboy – NoviceOPENGROOMED

    Ride on Cowboy! Once you’ve mastered the Magic Carpet, this is the next trail you must ski. Ride the Platter and exit where you feel comfortable. Take one of several traverses to the wide, flat trail leading back to the Ski Chalet.
  • Short Cut – IntermediateOPENGROOMED

    Short cut is a smooth, straight run back to the Ski Chalet. There’s a steepish pitch at entry and this means some pass it by missing run after run of untouched corduroy.
  • Moonshine – IntermediateOPENGROOMED

    The mountain’s signature run is lit for Nightskiing on Friday nights in February. Superb grooming on an undulating slope makes for a smooth and fast blast to the base.
  • Snow Gun – IntermediateOPENGROOMED

    1000 vertical feet, straight down... That’s Snow Gun. When the snow is deep, deviate from the main trail and hit banks, rollers and gullies (the lift line is cool too). Stay skiers right on the main pitch and show off while folks on the chair watch.
  • Gold Fever – IntermediateOPENGROOMED

    Gold Fever is the trail of choice for skiers and riders who are ready for Blue trails. The wide and well groomed slope rolls over a couple of steeper pitches as it follows the fall line of the mountain.
  • Crooked Tree – IntermediateOPENGROOMED

    Crooked Tree shoots you from Gold Fever back to the Ski Chalet. Just know that folks on the chair are watching your style... The wide, groomed pitch is best suited to more experienced skiers and riders.
  • Lasso – AdvancedOPEN

    If you have the skills, dive off High Plains Drifter and carve some fast turns down Lasso. It’s a short pitch but is steep enough to get your heart racing after the cruise down.
  • Two Gun – AdvancedOPEN

    When the Rocky Mountain Powder is deep and dry, take the time to find Two Gun. It’s narrower and steeper than other trails, with testing soft bumps. Watch for unmarked hazards, especially when you’re playing around the trees.
  • Yahoo – AdvancedOPEN

    Who says that there isn’t any tough skiing at Fairmont Hot Springs Resort? Yahoo will let you know where your skills are at. A narrow entry opens to a steep and bumpy pitch; you’ll need to work hard to keep it together.
  • Desperado – AdvancedOPEN

    Desperado is another trail which will surprise those who think they have a bunch of bullets in their holster. The slope is ungroomed, so you’ll usually find soft bumps mid-trail, with stashes off to the sides.
  • Tube Park – undefinedOPEN

  • Kids Terrain Park – undefinedOPEN

  • ROCKSTAR Terrain Park – undefinedOPEN