Snow Forecast 9 am 17 Dec 2017(local time) Weather Forecast for Silver Mountain at 1921 m altitude issued:
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Days 0-3 Silver Mountain Weather Summary:A heavy fall of snow, heaviest during Tue morning. Temperatures will be below freezing (max -1°C on Mon morning, min -9°C on Tue night). Winds increasing (light winds from the WSW on Sun morning, near gales from the WSW by Mon morning).
Days 4-6 Silver Mountain Weather Summary:A light covering of new snow, mostly falling on Thu night. Temperatures will be well below freezing (max -8°C on Thu morning, min -19°C on Fri night). Winds increasing (calm on Wed night, near gales from the ENE by Fri night).
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Visitor Reviews of Silver Mountain
SnowaveDave from United States writes:
Silver Mountain is a mix of good and bad, love and hate, new and old, wannabe and is.
To qualify this review, I begin by stating that Silver Mountain was my home area for 6 years and every year I logged over 80 days/season. The easiest way to go about this is an enjoyable list.
Phenomenal tree riding-don't tell anyone
Lots of room to move and explore
Very down-home feel, great locals
Long runs when bottom of 4 is open
Poor beginners area (not a concern until I revisited last year w/my 5 year old)
Runs are not cut on the fall-line of the hill except on Chair 4 and 3
Silver Mountain tries too hard to be something it isn't, the Vail of N. Idaho
Lifts are somewhat unpredictable in terms of running; you can get stuck on them more often than you would like, especially when it is dumping out
Very few cliffs
Bottom of 4 isn't always open due to lower elevation and resultant rain/snowpack
I love Silver Mountain because I know where to go when, I know the people and area, and because when it is dumping that place goes off for days after the storm due to lack of crowds, it's breadth, and the trees. I shake my head at Silver Mountain when I see their latest attempt at being something they aren't, when I have to traverse or constantly adjust my line on chair 2, or the lift stops for 5 minutes while they reset it.
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