Last Updated: April 1, 2019
Alpine: Ski hill is now closed. Thanks for a great season!
|Base||New Snow||7 days||Temp.|
|130 cm||0 cm||7 cm||-2 C|
|Top Base||Bottom Base||Conditions||Runs Open|
|150 cm||110 cm||Closed||0/34|
Please note: Reports are gathered at approximately 5am. Conditions may change throughout the day due to weather and may not be updated.
Orange Chair Status
Blue Chair Status
Handle Tow Status
Polar Coaster Tube Park
Closed for the season
Last update:April 1, 2019
Last Groomed: Mar 31
|Beaver Pond Tail||Closed||Closed|
|Little Muddy||Groomed Mar 24||Groomed Mar 24|
|Lone Duck||Groomed Mar 26||Groomed Mar 26|
|Campground Loop & Mini Loop||Groomed March 31||Groomed March 31|
|Cabin Loop||Groomed March 31||Groomed March 31|
|South Gibson||Groomed March 31||Groomed March 31|
|Strawberry Flats||Groomed March 31||Groomed March 31|
|Cascade Lookout Trail||Groomed Mar 23||Groomed Mar 23|
|Blackwall Trail||Groomed Mar 16||Groomed Mar 16|
|Skating Rink||Closed for the Season|
Optimal Powder Conditions
E.C. Manning Park represents a transition zone in southern British Columbia between coastal rainforest and the semi-arid Okanagan. In this south coastal region, higher precipitation on the coast is common, as is heavy snowfall in winter the mountainous regions further inland. This volume of precipitation is well balanced by the semi-arid region to the east of the Cascades, creating optimal powder conditions for Manning Park. At Manning Park Ski Resort, snowfall and powder conditions dominate the forecast during the winter season. For a detailed current weather forecast, please visit here.
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