Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Hudson Bay Mountain has launched the 2017-18 ski season

One benefit of the volume of snow to fall in the Bulkley Valley over the last two weeks has been the opening of a popular weekend destination of Hudson Bay Mountin, with the popular location opening up for the season last weekend.

The opening day for the skiers of the Northwest was Friday and a good number of residents of the Smithers area and beyond took advantage of the opportunity to put their skis and snowboards back to the test of another season on the slopes.

So far the Mountain is reporting 14 cm of new snow overnight, with a total snowfall of 150 cm over the last few weeks. The base is 135cm and the Alpine depth 150cm.

You can access the latest conditions from the Bulkley Valley here.

Winter hours for Hudson Bay Mountain see the lifts opening at 10 AM daily (9:30 AM on weekends and holidays) while the last chair lift is at 3:30, the final t bar at 4.

The runs at Hudson Bay Mountain and ready for the skiers of the Northwest

A quick peek at the latest conditions from the peak can be found from the Hudson Bay Mountain web cams.

For more notes related to what's available at Hudson Bay Mountain see their website or Facebook page.

More background on the Northwest Ski season can be found on our archive page here.

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