Wildcat Mountain Snow & Weather

Find the latest snow report and weather forecast information for Wildcat Mountain, with ski and snow conditions, recent and projected inches of snowfall, and snow depth recorded at the upper, mid and lower mountain stations. Also check out the Wildcat Mountain ski report, including number of runs, lifts and acres open, as well as the terrain park status. Read up on the latest ski area comments submitted by fellow skiers and snowboarders, and have a look at the snowfall history for Wildcat Mountain before hitting the slopes. Don't forget to keep a close watch on those lift hours so you can be sure to grab first chair on a powder day!

Snow Conditions

  • Last Updated: 4/19 10:47 am
  • |
  • Operating Status: Open
  • Projected Closing: 5/ 3
  • |
  • Snow Conditions: N/A

Recorded

Forecast

  • Snowfall

    • Friday
      4/17
      0"
    • Saturday
      4/18
      0"
    • Today
      4/19
      0"
    • Monday
      4/20
      7"
    • Tuesday
      4/21
      5"
    • Wednesday
      4/22
      0"
    • Thursday
      4/23
      2"
    • Friday
      4/24
      1"
    • Saturday
      4/25
      1"
    • Sunday
      4/26
      1"
  • Snow Depths

    On the slopes

  • Upper:

    28"
    Spring Snow
  • Middle:

    20"
  • Lower:

    12"
    Variable Conditions
  • Weather

    Reported by resort
    7 hours ago
    Full Weather Forecast
    • Summit | 4062ft
    • Base | 1950ft
    • 34°F
      NW
      5mph
    • 39°F
      NW
      5mph

Snow Reporter Comments

Another wild weekend almost in the books and is shaping up to be one of the best of the season. The spring sun has really started to change the look of the mountain. We are still going strong with 34 trails and still some great snow all around the mountain. Today we are losing some fellow mountains around NH today but we are still looking like we are in it till May. Get up here while the skiing and riding is still good the weather this week looks like it might start to get a little interesting. But today we are looking at the sun shining and the temp be high. It’s been a great winter in New England and it’s awesome to see so many mountains make it deep into the spring. Don’t worry though, our plan is to keep rolling along daily until Sunday, April 26 (including Patriot’s Day Monday) and reopen for a final weekend on May 2/3 so if all goes well, we’ll be the last man standing in New Hampshire for yet another winter season. That leaves you just two weeks left of chances to shred Wildcat.

Today we have 4 lifts scheduled to run from 8:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., providing access to 34 trails, 175 acres of terrain and 12.4 miles of slope. The groomers were out working on 22 trails overnight. They’re doing their best to keep the mountain in shape but these thaw/freeze cycles make for tricky work in the groomers. Conditions for today will be spring-like and variable. We’ll see a firmer start to the morning with surfaces softening during the day with warming temperatures. It should start off as machine-groomed loose/frozen granular transitioning to corn snow. The ungroomed terrain is variable so dip you toe in before you jump in. If you feel like your gear is sticking to the snow then stop on by the Wildcat tune shop so the guys can slap the right wax on for you. It is definitely spring out there now and hazards are starting to come catch some rays. Brook beds are beginning to open up and ground is starting to show. Trails you could fly through on full coverage may be getting a bit thin so stay heads up and alert out there. Please respect closed ropes as those trails are no longer connected with snow. Stay safe out there and enjoy these last few weeks of Wildcat season!

The forecast for today calls for a partly sunny skies to start this beautiful day and the clouds slowly clearing out during the day. Spring is still here with temps in the mid 50s with a light wind, it should help soften the snow up perfectly. The rest of the week looks like it could get a little sketchy. So get up here while you can and work on that goggle tan.

Please Note: The Wildcat Ski & Snowboard School is now closed for the season.

Trails Open

  • Beginner Runs

    9 of 10

  • Intermediate Runs

    15 of 23

  • Advanced Runs

    7 of 16

Terrain

  • Runs Open

    31 of 49

  • Lifts Open

    4 of 5

  • Acres Open

    173 of 225ac

Parks & Pipes

  • Terrain Parks

    0 of 1

    1/15

Nordic

  • Open Tracks

    N/A

Wildcat Mountain +
Spring Snow
new
posted 18 hours ago by iCommand Center
48

Nice spring day at Wildcat! Everything softened up around 11 and was a lot of fun. Looking forward to coming back during winter conditions!
Spring Snow
posted 3 day(s) ago by 11332 iPad
64

Had a fantastic day. A few lift line happy bump trails open too. More open than I would've guessed!! Got real hard to push around by 2, but I expected that.

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Nearby Resorts

Resort Distance New Snow (24 hr) Base Depth Weather User Rating
Black Mountain, NH 8mi
38°F
46.4
Bretton Woods, NH 11mi
0"
34"
27°F
57.6
Attitash, NH 13mi
0"
39°F
48
Cranmore Mountain Resort, NH 15mi
41°F
51.2
Sunday River, ME 23mi
0"
30"
32°F
52.8
Regional Snow Reports: New Hampshire |Maine

Lift Hours

Day Daytime Hours Nighttime Hours
Mon N/A N/A
Tue N/A N/A
Wed N/A N/A
Thu N/A N/A
Fri N/A N/A
Sat N/A N/A
Sun N/A N/A
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