Mountain Information

Snow Report

Mt Stirling snow conditions last updated: 19 September 2018

Snow (cm)
0cm
24 hour snowfall
19 September 2018
Date of last snow
Snow Cover
Fair
Lower Mountain
Very Good
Upper Mountain
Distance to Skiable Snow
1.2km
Snow Conditions
Softening
Ski and Boarding Conditions
A dusting of snow on the upper mountain but it hasn’t helped the lower trails. Hut Trail and Hut Loop provide the best ski down low, while Fork Creek/Stirling Trail has almost continuous snow to the Summit. Variable snow conditions in bowls and summit area, beware the brown icy layer that was present a few days ago. Best to hunt around the trees for some windblown stashes today!
Toboggan Slope
Open
Telephone Box Junction
Closed
Practice Slope
Closed
King Saddle
Snow Play
Open
Telephone Box Junction
Closed
Practice Slope
Closed
King Saddle
Distance from Telephone Box Junction to
150m
Practice Slope
Distance from Telephone Box Junction to
2km
King Saddle
Road Conditions
Road open and clear
Additional information
Lower Trail Average
20cm
Snow depth
Lower Trails
0cm
Telephone Box Junction
0cm
King Saddle
 
40cm
Signpost 16
75cm
Machinery Shed
Upper Trail Average
96cm
Snow depth
Summit
45cm
Snow depth
Upper Trails
65cm
Cricket Pitch
90cm
Hut 36
 
75cm
Geelong Grammar School Hut
155cm
Bluff Spur Hut
Temperature (℃)
-2 ℃
Current Temp
-3 ℃
Overnight Temp
1 ℃
Forecast Max
Visibility
Partly Cloudy
Condition
Wind (km/h)
25km
Speed
W
Direction
Announcement
Partly cloudy. High (80%) chance of snow showers with possible hail. Winds westerly 25 to 30 km/h tending southwesterly 20 to 25 km/h in the late afternoon then becoming light in the evening (BOM).
Precipitation
Snow Flurries
Condition
Forecast

 

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