Selwyn Snow Resort Snow Report Open

6:47am - 19 Jul 2017       
Lifts Open 6 of 10
Snow Depth (Natural) 7.9 cm
Snowfall (Last 24hrs) 15 cm

Surface Condition

Fresh

Skiing & Boarding

6 Lifts spinning across the resort, including New Chum Chair, the Township Triple Chair and Racecourse T-Bar. Plenty of wind-blown powder pockets stashed around the resort to be found.

Snow Cover

Whole Resort

Snowmaking

On Standby

Grooming Summary

All but two runs groomed.

Toboggan Run

Open

Road Condition

Fitting chains to 2WD
NSW Alpine Road Report

Snowy Mountains Forecast

A persistent ridge of high pressure will remain over northern New South Wales for the next few days. A cold front will clip the south of the state today, and a more significant front is forecast to affect the south mid-week.... Read more | NSW Alpine Forecast

Snowfall History

19 Jul 201715cm
10 Jul 20175cm
06 Jul 20177cm

Announcements

Boomerang Platter (Poma)
Gentle Annie (Carpet)
Home Run (Poma)
New Chum (Double)
Powerline (Poma)
Racecourse (T-bar)
Ski School (Rope)
Snowflake Snow Tube (Poma)
Township Triple (Triple)
Wombat (T-bar)
Run Status Grooming Snowmaking
New Chum
Pig Gully
Plum Pine
The Meadows
Kangaroo Ridge
Tantangara Drive
Long Arm
Ski School
Home Run
Racecourse
Township
Emus Chase

Snow Cams

Adaminaby Offers

Comments

Kieran
17/6/17 - 9:51pm
jezzak: When will Selywn be receiving their new snowmaker? (similar to the one in Buller)
Went to Selwyn today with the kids to have a play. According to an incomprehensible Scottish lifty (Hi! if you're reading), it arrived in Sydney yesterday, and will be on its way down as soon as it clears customs. Other than that, they'd done well to farm a single strip of snow under the New Chum chair, probably about 10-20cm deep and 20ish metres wide. All good fun. Plenty of families there having a play on the patches of snow scattered around the place, but pretty much no one but us and occasional staff members on the actual run. They're suffering from some strong inversions at the moment. Haven't been able to make snow for ages, yet the creek that flows into Three Mile Dam was frozen over at 4pm solid enough to throw rocks on. Guess we know where all the cold air is draining away to.
4/6/17 - 9:27pm
When will Selywn be receiving their new snowmaker? (similar to the one in Buller)
tele-whippet
10/4/17 - 7:37pm
D-eye
30/1/17 - 7:40pm
Season 2017

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