Ski hill opens at Mt. Timothy

Snowfall brings early-season conditions on 10 runs

Mt. Timothy Ski Area is now open.

General manager Adam Piccolo says the staff has been busily grooming trails to do what they can to get the hills ready, and then a recent snowfall pulled it all together.

There are 10 runs open as of Dec. 22, with early-season ski conditions, he explains.

Regular hours when the chairlift will be operating are from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. daily.

The open runs are Ricochet, Big Dipper, Slow Motion, Big Easy, Cariboo, Chilcotin, Wrangler, Paradise and Split Decision.

For current conditions, check out the Mt. Timothy Snow report at

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