Tuesday, January 28th, 2020
Good morning Mountain Creek! You know what they say about Tuesdays… it means you made it past Monday, so congrats on that. More magic was performed yesterday, and we were able to open yet ANOTHER trail despite Old Man Winter being extra cranky this season. The Gully was the latest trail to drop its rope and be open for your riding pleasure. Magicians never explain their tricks, but I can give you a hint: make sure you thank a snowmaker, they’ve been hard at work.
You’re reading this to get the details for today, so let’s get into it. We’ve got 36 trails waiting for you to take smooth turns on all day, so tune up that equipment and enjoy it! We’re working with a mainly cloudy and breezy day featuring a high of 40 degrees, so an extra layer won’t hurt today. Whatever it takes to get those extra laps in, right? PM flurries are expected as well, and we’ll welcome that forecast with open arms! With the addition of The Gully into the trail count, 2 more features are available for all you park lovers, raising the feature count to 37 (and stoke).
Please note: Race Trail will be closed from 2:30pm-6:45pm, Big Bear from 6:30pm- 8:30pm, and Kamikaze from 2pm- 8:30pm.
8 lifts are open today, with full hours below!
|South Peak Express||Open||12pm-9pm|
|Bear Peak Express||Open||12:30pm-8pm|
Mountain Creek riders: I got a task for you (no, this isn’t another putting spoons under your pillow request). The good people over at Snowboarder Magazine have officially put out the #2020ParkAndRide survey. If you’re a big fan of all the hard work the crew at Mountain Creek Terrain Parks have been up to this season, please fill out this survey and let us know! Show support, tell us how we’re doing, and help us make a better experience for all of you! Survey can be found here!
Another day, another trail to ride on, and another chance to continue the winter full of fun. With extra options for you to choose from, you might want to plan your day out ahead of time to make sure you hit all the trails open today. But let’s be honest, any option you choose is a good option.
See you on the mountain,
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