THREDBO SNOW REPORT - JULY 20
Image Credit - @Thredbo.Resort/Facebook
It’s a chilly day at Thredbo with partly cloudy conditions and gusty southwesterly winds creating some fun wind stashes across the mountain.
Over 30cm of fresh powder has fallen in the past 48 hours, with more flurries continuing today!
The trails are looking good, with the recent snowfalls being topped up by our snow makers overnight before being groomed out by our mountain team.
Karels T-Bar is opening today, the highest lifted point in Australia.
Conditions will be firm and fast to start off with the Supertrail looking good from top to bottom.
The deeper stuff can be found at Antons or the Basin, the perfect place to make fresh tracks.
The Cruiser terrain park is super fun to lap if you’re looking to work on your rail game, with a few jumps also thrown in.
It’s looking like a chilly one today, so rug up with good quality outerwear.
We’re heading for a top of -3 degree on the mountain and -1 degree in the village, with wind chill making it feel even colder at times.
Leading into the weekend, we should see a high pressure ridge build with lighter winds and clear skies.