Mt. Shasta Ski Park has decided to push back its season opening following a lackluster snowmaking week and a storm that only brought snowfall to the higher elevation areas of the park.
The park took to social media to announce the delay, without giving a future opening date:
The park was previously planning to begin operating its lifts for the first time this season on December 13th, but high temperatures created a snowmaking environment that was less than ideal.
The park just needs a solid base of snow at the bottom in order to begin the season, and the coming week may see more snow at lower levels of the park:
Let’s hope Mother Nature comes through with some better winter weather in the coming weeks.
Northern California’s Outdoor Digital Newsmagazine