Sitting at just 6,880 feet elevation, the Mt. Shasta Ski Park sometimes has trouble receiving the same amount of snowfall as its Tahoe counterparts. But this recent late-September storm brought a bunch of snow to the ski park, giving pass holders dreams of a robust winter like last season.
Anyone who looks up at the mountain can see a nice covering of snow that wasn’t there just a few weeks ago, but if you look at the ski park’s webcam’s, there’s a bunch of snow on the mountain (photos as of 8 am on September 30th):
There’s also some snow at Snowman’s Hill on the road below:
Now it’s unclear exactly how much snow the ski park received but it’s fun to imagine a skiers paradise in September. We know it’s still a couple months from the opening of the park, but could this be a sign of the winter to come?
Northern California’s Outdoor Digital Newsmagazine