Snow Report Last updated: 8 August 2020 NOW 0.0°c FEELS LIKE -5.3°c Ski & Boarding Conditions Resort closed to visitors. Further falls of wet snow overnight. All trails wet/soft with many unmarked hazards in the upper trail area. Planning on visiting Stirling, please follow the guidelines on the link in the yellow banner above #stayhomestaysafe #COVIDsafe Last 24hrs 10cm Lower Snow Cover Fair Upper Snow Cover Poor Snow Condition Wet Last Snow Fall 7/08/20 Road Conditions Road Closed Additional Information For access information click the link in the yellow banner above Snow Depth Area Depth Lower Trails Average 10cm Telephone Box Junction 10cm King Saddle 10cm Signpost 16 10cm Machinery Shed 15cm Upper Trails Average 25cm Cricket Pitch 20cm Hut 36 25cm Geelong Grammar School Hut 25cm Bluff Spur Hut 30cm Activities Area Snowplay Tobogganing Telephone Box Junction Practice Slope King Saddle WEATHER REPORT SNOW CAMS Trail Status Trail Cover Condition Groomed Bluff Spur – Upper Poor Wet Ungroomed Bluff Spur – Lower Fair Wet Ungroomed Stirling Trail – Upper Poor Wet Ungroomed Stirling Trail – Lower Poor Wet Ungroomed Fork Creek Trail Fair Wet Ungroomed Fork Creek Trail Lower Fair Wet Ungroomed Upper Baldy Trail Fair Wet Ungroomed Baldy Loop Fair Wet Ungroomed Lyrebird Trail Fair Wet Ungroomed Chairman’s Ridge Trail Fair Wet Ungroomed Hut Loop Fair Wet Ungroomed Hut Trail Fair Wet Ungroomed Alby’s Drop Fair Wet Ungroomed King Saddle Fair Wet Ungroomed Practice Slope Fair Wet Ungroomed West Summit Trail Fair Wet Ungroomed Race Loop Poor Wet Ungroomed Howqua Gap Trail Upper Poor Wet Ungroomed Weather Station Ramble (WSR) Fair Wet Ungroomed Wombats Drop Fair Wet Ungroomed South Summit Trail Fair Wet Ungroomed TBJ to King Saddle (Circuit Rd) Poor Wet Ungroomed Ski Areas Trail Cover Condition Avalanche Status Stanley Bowl Sight Seeing Wet Dugout Bowl Sight Seeing Wet What do avalanche ratings mean ? Expand Watch for signs of unstable snow such as recent avalanches, cracking in the snow, and audible collapsing. Avoid travelling on or under similar slopes. Generally safe avalanche conditions. Watch for unstable snow on isolated terrain features. Heightened avalanche conditions on specific terrain features. Evaluate snow and terrain carefully; identify features of concern. Dangerous avalanche conditions. Careful snowpack evaluation, cautious route-finding and conservative decision-making essential Very dangerous avalanche conditions. Travel in avalanche terrain not recommended. Avoid all avalanche terrain.