Due to a massive snowpack and an incredible season, Diamond Peak has extended the 2016-17 ski season an extra week to April 23, 2017. Here's a visual comparison of the amount of snow still on the ground at Diamond Peak this year verses two years ago. These graphics are generated from our snowcats that are equipped with SNOWsat Z technology. This technology gives us an accurate display of the current snow depth and helps us be more efficient in snowmaking and grooming and provide a great product to our skiers. Diamond Peak is one of the few resorts in the United States who has this particular technology.
The colors indicate the depth of the snow. The bright red is about a foot deep, lime green is 2.5 feet deep, brown is 7 to 10.99 feet deep and the teal blue is 11+ feet deep.
These graphics display the period from March 21 to March 27 in 2017 and in 2015. In 2015 Diamond Peak closed early, on March 28, with only 7 trails on closing day. This season, as of April 3rd, Diamond Peak is 100% open and will remain open for skiing and snowboarding seven days a week through April 23, 2017.
2017-18 Diamond Peak season passes are on sale at early-bird rates and all 2017-18 passes include spring access for the remainder of the 2016-17 season. Purchase at Guest Services or online at DiamondPeak.com.