Perisher Snow Report

6:48am - 30 Sep 2019       
Lifts Open 44 of 47
Snowfall (Last 24hrs) 0 cm
Snow Depth
(Spencer's Creek 1830m)
182.7 cm
Weather: Sunny. Forecast Max 15°c

Today

Give Yourself A Long Weekend.

. Hello Monday.

It's looking like a good day to chuck a sicky with a mostly blue sky, light winds and a top temperature of 8 degrees on the forecast. Mmmm... Delicious.

Overnight temps dropped to a chilly minus 4 giving the base a good freeze, today the snow will start off firm but will soften as the sun hits the ground. We're starting off our week with 47 groomed runs across Perisher, Blue Cow and Guthega. If you're heading up for a slide Leichhardt Loop and Towers in Perisher, and Bloody Mary in Guthega are our Picks of the Day. Beginners should head to Happy Valley for some fun, easy turns.Pond Skim is happening next weekend.

Sign up and take on the pond to see if you can make it across.

Its set to be a splash.

Perisher Road

Kosciuszko Road: Road open to Perisher. Guthega Road: Road open to Guthega. Alpine Way: Road open to Skitube, Bullocks Flat.

Snowfall History

17 Sep 20195cm
09 Sep 20198cm
08 Sep 201928cm

Mt Perisher

Eyre T-Bar (T-bar)
Happy Valley T-Bar (T-bar)
International T-Bar (T-bar)
Mt Perisher Double Chair (Double)
Mt Perisher Triple Chair (Triple)
Olympic T-Bar (T-bar)
Sun Valley T-Bar (T-bar)

Centre Valley

Blaxland T-Bar (T-bar)
Home Rope Tow (Rope)
Lawson T-Bar (T-bar)
Leichhardt T-Bar (T-bar)
Pretty Valley Double Chair (Double)
Quad Express (Quad)
Wentworth T-Bar (T-bar)

North Perisher

Interceptor Quad Chair (Quad)
North Perisher T-Bar (T-bar)
Telemark T-Bar (T-bar)

Front Valley

Mitchell T-Bar (T-bar)
Sturt T-Bar (T-bar)
Tom Thumb (J-bar)
Village 8 Express Chair (8 Seat)
Ski Carpet No. 1 (Carpet)
Ski Carpet No. 2 (Carpet)
Ski Carpet No. 3 (Carpet)
Ski Carpet No. 4 (Carpet)

Smiggin Holes

Burke T-Bar (T-bar)
Captain Cook J-Bar (J-bar)
Harry's & Herman's Ski Carpet (Carpet)
Hume T-Bar (T-bar)
Kaaten Triple Chair (Triple)
Link T-Bar (T-bar)
Piper T-Bar (T-bar)
Scott J-Bar (J-bar)
Wills T-Bar (T-bar)
Zoe's Ski Carpet (Carpet)

Tube Town

Tube Town (Rope)

Blue Cow

Blue Cow Ski School Rope Tow (Rope)
Brumby T-Bar (T-bar)
Early Starter Double Chair (Double)
Pleasant Valley Quad Chair (Quad)
Pony Ride Carpet (Carpet)
Ridge Quad Chair (Quad)
Summit Quad Chair (Quad)
Terminal Quad Chair (Quad)

Guthega

Blue Calf T-Bar (T-bar)
Blue Cow T-Bar (T-bar)
Carpark Double Chair (Double)
Freedom Quad Chair (Quad)
Run Status Grooming Snowmaking

3. Perisher Valley

Dog Leg
Wylie's
Exhibition
Hypertrail
Fall Line
Inter Bumps
GS Bowl
Side Winder
Towers
Shiftys
Burnum Burnum
Sun Valley
Happy Valley
Olympic
New Territories
Snowy Trails
Vista Run
Podium
Boomerang
Wine Glass
Powder Ridge
Goats Gully
Yabby Flats
Quad Face
Pretty Valley
Leichhardt Loop
Snake Trails
CV Duplex Slope
Lower Goats
The Cleft
Front Valley
Escapade
Nth Perisher
Bullwheel Run
Telemark
The Chute
Never Never Land
Pretty Valley Home Trail
Copperhead Road
Perisher Home trail
Pretty Valley to Telemark
Discovery Trails
Valley Run
Winter Way
Tom Thumb

4. Blue Cow

Blue Cow Expressway
Interceptor Access Trail
Link 3
Norwegian Road
Half Time
Devil''s Playground
Guthega Way
Side Hill
Lower Road Run
Kamikaze
Rock Garden
Early Starter
Boot Hill
Gulch
Racecourse 1
Racecourse 2
Side Saddle
Zali's
Excelerator
Show Boat
Yarrandoo
Outer Limits
Gracie's
Blue Cow Way
Easy Rider
Amaroo
Cold Shoulder
Link 1
Rope Tow World
Roller Coaster Upper
Roller Coaster Lower
Double Trouble Access
Pleasant View
Snowys

5. Smiggin Holes

Bear Flat
Drop Off
Piper
Racecourse
Blanchy's
J Bar Land
Back Wood Run
Wood Run
Chair Run
Piper to Interceptor
Smiggins Home Run
Smiggins Escape
Harry's & Herman's Carpet
Plummer's
Zoe's Carpet

6. Guthega

Double Trouble
Kurt's Weg
The Screw
Mother in Law
Schnaxl
Karl's
Milk Run
Bloody Mary
Possums
Wombats
Woodpecker
Parachute Upper
Parachute Lower
Dorfer
Lindner
Hanky Panky
Basinski
Guthega Home Trail
See Forever

7. Parks and Pipes

Yabby Flat Mini Park
Slope Style
Jump City
Piper Park
Half Pipe
Leichhardt Terrain Park
Yabby Flat Mini Pipe
Sun Valley Rider x
Centre Valley Rider X
BC Terrain Park

8. Snow Play

Tube Town
Mt Piper Toboggan Slope

Snow Cams

Weather Forecast   Weather Forum

Tue Oct 15
Max 15°c
Sunny.
Wed Oct 16
4°c | 11°c
Showers.
Thu Oct 17
1°c | 3°c
Showers or snow at times.
Fri Oct 18
-2°c | 9°c
Sunny.
Sat Oct 19
3°c | 8°c
Partly cloudy.
Sun Oct 20
-2°c | 7°c
Partly cloudy.
Mon Oct 21
-2°c | 12°c
Partly cloudy.

Comments

Kopite
15/10/19 - 8:03pm
Echo the kudos to the whole team at Perisher. The mountain(s) were immaculate every trip I did this season, the lifties were great - especially with the kids, and the customer service people were spot on too.
Normo
15/10/19 - 6:57pm
I did the drive back to Sydney from Jindabyne today. It was good to have a few hours of "think time", reflecting on the season that was. We were very fortunate that snow arrived to allow an early start to the season, it seemed to turn up whenever we needed it to during the season, the base was deep and cold and it held together long enough to allow the season to be extended. The natural events alone wouldn't have produced such a sensational season without the Perisher Team working their butts off to make the most of every opportunity to increase the enjoyment factor for all. While most of us get a bit twitchy when lifts don't open on time or stuff is on "demand", I felt that Perisher were quite determined to "over deliver" this season and I reckon they did just that. The decisions made about early open/ season extension were pretty impressive. 136 days open, 31st May to Mid-October, 4 Resort areas open for QBLW, open later than ever before, still skiing from FV to MtP on the 13th October, amazing stuff ( backed up by a pretty incredible grooming performance and a very determined ops crew keeping the mechanical stuff functioning). The majority of the Lifties were good fun, the ticket checkers were all first rate! On a personal level.....I had a terrific season. No new injuries, dealt well with existing ailments, had 36 days off (and a whole lot of afternoons off), enjoyed the best of the conditions, had heaps of social interaction with fellow travellers, handed the baton to (a reluctant hero but still the most worthy Dashboard Leader :thumbs:). Season 2019 will be hard to beat in the "Best Season Ever" stakes. I'll be Happy to Share 2020 with you all!
Donzah
15/10/19 - 5:11pm
Onlybackscratchers:
Why are they running groomers on Mt P?
Could be building a jump somewhere...
Onlybackscratchers
15/10/19 - 4:44pm
Why are they running groomers on Mt P?
Fandango
15/10/19 - 1:38pm
Jacko4650: Staffies??? Going up the V8 without skis or boards on feet, rather in hand - guess that means there's no snow at the bottom carpet???
There's an avalanche course going on - must be looking for a snow drift!
Jacko4650
15/10/19 - 1:31pm
Staffies??? Going up the V8 without skis or boards on feet, rather in hand - guess that means there's no snow at the bottom carpet???
Ret-ro
14/10/19 - 9:34pm
Great work TEAM Perisher!!.. My summer will be north in BC Sun Peaks, Big White and Whistler .. See you next year for another 200k
Billy Jack
14/10/19 - 9:17pm
Managed to ski on 90 of a possible 136 days. This means I missed 46 days for various reasons including choosing not to head up the hill. Obviously could not ski in resort today which caused me to feel a significant loss because I could no longer choose to ski or not. Nevertheless it was good to have a little sleep in and then prepare our garden beds for tomato planting. Mowing the lawn was not so much fun but was good exercise. With a bit of luck, see you all on the hill in season 2020.
Paperboy
14/10/19 - 7:23pm
IAB: Thanks and everyone else who have posted such great pics and reports all season. You guys live the dream!
I have to agree with all that, awesome job you guys keeping all us dreamers upto date everyday of the season. Top effort and enjoy your off seasons. Bring on 2020.
DidSurfNowSki
14/10/19 - 4:58pm
robbo mcs: Iím leaving Jindy tomorrow:(. Itís been a fantastic season and Iíve had a great time. I achieved my season objective of 100 days, with a few to spare, thanks to the season extensions. Thats a record for me by quite some way. Not sure I want to do quite as much next year, but when you get a good season, you have to make the most of it;) Thanks to everyone Iíve skiied with or shared a lift with this year. Thanks to all the Perisher staff for all the hard work during the season to give us something good to play on :thumbs: Look forward to doing it all again next year;) In the absence of skiing, I went for a bike ride this morning. I took a few pics from around the resort. The snow is certainly going fast:( Here are a few pics Eyre t-bar, melt holes and running water galore
International
Towers. Starting to look worn. The triple was turning, presumably patrol were pulling down pads etc
Bottom of front valley. The big chunks of snow give an idea how much snow accumulated around the bottom. It was the most I have ever seen, creating a big area of snow right out to the creek, which has now melted and turned into a bog.
Front valley, looking a bit sad. No sign of the staff day by the time I got there. The big pile of snow from the pipe / pond skim remains intact and unused
I look forward to the 2020 observations thread:)
Sensational effort this year :clap:
IAB
14/10/19 - 4:55pm
robbo mcs: Iím leaving Jindy tomorrow:(. Itís been a fantastic season and Iíve had a great time. I achieved my season objective of 100 days, with a few to spare, thanks to the season extensions. Thats a record for me by quite some way. Not sure I want to do quite as much next year, but when you get a good season, you have to make the most of it;) Thanks to everyone Iíve skiied with or shared a lift with this year. Thanks to all the Perisher staff for all the hard work during the season to give us something good to play on :thumbs: Look forward to doing it all again next year;) In the absence of skiing, I went for a bike ride this morning. I took a few pics from around the resort. The snow is certainly going fast:( Here are a few pics Eyre t-bar, melt holes and running water galore
International
Towers. Starting to look worn. The triple was turning, presumably patrol were pulling down pads etc
Bottom of front valley. The big chunks of snow give an idea how much snow accumulated around the bottom. It was the most I have ever seen, creating a big area of snow right out to the creek, which has now melted and turned into a bog.
Front valley, looking a bit sad. No sign of the staff day by the time I got there. The big pile of snow from the pipe / pond skim remains intact and unused
I look forward to the 2020 observations thread:)
Thanks and everyone else who have posted such great pics and reports all season. You guys live the dream!
Jacko4650
14/10/19 - 4:42pm
Awesome reports all year Steve; very much appreciated. It was a pleasure sharing a lift or two with you and the other regulars. I can't see any reason why we can't all do it again next year! Have a pleasant summer (spring was cancelled up this way)?
14/10/19 - 4:22pm
Iím leaving Jindy tomorrow:(. Itís been a fantastic season and Iíve had a great time. I achieved my season objective of 100 days, with a few to spare, thanks to the season extensions. Thats a record for me by quite some way. Not sure I want to do quite as much next year, but when you get a good season, you have to make the most of it;) Thanks to everyone Iíve skiied with or shared a lift with this year. Thanks to all the Perisher staff for all the hard work during the season to give us something good to play on :thumbs: Look forward to doing it all again next year;) In the absence of skiing, I went for a bike ride this morning. I took a few pics from around the resort. The snow is certainly going fast:( Here are a few pics Eyre t-bar, melt holes and running water galore
International
Towers. Starting to look worn. The triple was turning, presumably patrol were pulling down pads etc
Bottom of front valley. The big chunks of snow give an idea how much snow accumulated around the bottom. It was the most I have ever seen, creating a big area of snow right out to the creek, which has now melted and turned into a bog.
Front valley, looking a bit sad. No sign of the staff day by the time I got there. The big pile of snow from the pipe / pond skim remains intact and unused
I look forward to the 2020 observations thread:)
skifree
14/10/19 - 1:57pm
Well itís come to pass that i must say see you later to Jindabyne. Should out of here Wednesday & on the road to the excitement of Radelaide.
Astro66
14/10/19 - 1:46pm
Not so much a Leaderboard as a Longerboard ? :out:
Astro66
14/10/19 - 1:43pm
Olgreg: Now thereís a new goal for you for next year :)
Most Vertical cms ?
newman
14/10/19 - 1:39pm
Thanks to everyone for their updates. I didn't get down their much this year- it's always better being able to get real time updates.
Olgreg
14/10/19 - 1:31pm
Normo: Nudie runs, for sure! :D
Now thereís a new goal for you for next year :)
skifree
14/10/19 - 12:45pm
Normo: Nudie runs, for sure! :D
In that case a very providential camera failure. There are some things I am very sure I do not need to see.
DidSurfNowSki
14/10/19 - 12:43pm
Normo: Nudie runs, for sure! :D
You know the rules. Pics or it... Oh nevermind ;)

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