It’s the weekend! SCR has received 7″ of new snow in the past 36 hours. The slopes have a fresh new layer of snow that have been meticulously groomed to perfection… do not miss these prime conditions!
All 41 slopes and 5 lifts will be available from 9a-10p today at Schuss Mountain. Summit Mountain will be available from 5-10p with 100% of its runs available – 11 runs and 3 lifts. Alpine Tubing is also available during that time and is sure to please everyone in your crew!
Where to Go
For access to the beginner area (with magic carpet), ski rentals, ski school, season pass sales or the purple chairlift, please visit Cedar River Village. You will find green signs along the way to direct you to the right location.
For access to lift tickets ONLY and the yellow chairlift, please visit Schuss Village.
The tubing park is now relocated to Summit Mountain in Summit Village.
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Schuss Mountain is available from 9a-10p today.
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Summit Mountain will be open from 5-10p
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The tubing park now located at Summit Village is open from 5-10p
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Located at Cedar River Village, the Nordic Center is available from 9a-5p
20° Heavy snow (2–4 in.) until afternoon, starting again in the evening.
10° Light snow overnight.
17° Light snow (under 1 in.) until afternoon.
0° Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
On Purple Daze, an assortment of jumps, rails and jibs for the more experienced freestyle enthusiasts await you there including our 40’ A-Frame box and the 10’ Flat bar were added on Tuesday.
The Natty Park is open on natural snow. Some thin areas do exist, please proceed with caution.
The Big Air Launch Pad, with a medium sided jump will also be open today.
The Low Rider Park for our beginner skiers/riders is located near the Schuss Mountain Day Lodge and features a small box, 500 gallon propane tank, small a-frame rail and 2 small jumps.
Please use care in the parks… inspect and know the park features before attempting them.
All the Nordic Trails were tilled and trackset on Monday. Some thin areas do exist on the rails. The fresh snowfall has helped fill in some low spots on the trails – we’ll keep you posted!