No Bull Ski Report for Pico

Updated Friday, April 7th, 2017

Pico Mountain


Pico's Snow and Trail Report

New Snow 24 Hours: 12.0"
Average Base Depth: 24.0" - 36.0"
New Snow 48 Hours: 12.0"
Total Season Snowfall: 237.0"
New Snow 7 Days: 13.0"
Miles of Skiing: 14
Open Trails: 38
Acres of Skiing: 228
Open Lifts: 3
Surface Conditions: Powder/Packed Powder
Gold Rush Terrain Park:
Groomed AM
Uphill Travel: Open

NWS for Pico

7-Day Weather

Pico Mountain is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Hours of operation this week are 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Monday, Thursday and Friday; 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Pico Mountain is closed Tuesday and Wednesday.



April is here, Pico fans, and it rode in on the coattails of an April fool's storm. We have 10-inches of fresh snow on the ground so far and we could pick up another few inches today, so be sure to join us for a powder filled Saturday.

In preparation for the powder day, Pico groomers prepped 20 trails overnight, hitting a mix of runs for all levels of skiers and riders, from challenging numbers like Sunset 71 and Upper Pike, to easier fare like Gold Rush, Swinger and Bonanza. Pico patrol will assess trails for opening in the morning, pushing the trail count as high as the April fool's storm will allow.

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