Welcome to Selkirk Powder Guide’s webcam and advanced weather forecasting page designed to aide you in gathering the information you crave for your next backcountry skiing, cat skiing or snowmobiling adventure with us. Here we’ve embedded multiple devices and numerous source links to some of the best weather forecasting tools available today.
This Schweitzer webcam shows the convenience of our summit-based cat skiing and snowmobiling lodge location the best, just steps away from the Great Escape chairlift and the Skyhouse. Sit back and let the image pan 360 degrees or use your mouse/scroll wheel to control the view and zoom. The image updates every ten minutes. Click here to view all Schweitzer cams.
The Selkirk Powder webcam, attached to the roof of our summit lodge, is programmed to pan our 4350 acres of cat skiing terrain and stop on five specific features; the Middle Fork of the East River valley, the top of our southern cat skiing area, the summit terminal of the Great Escape chairlift, the Selkirk Crest and finally Blue Mountain (el 6664′), our northern cat skiing area. To see each featured view, refresh your browser about every 35 seconds.
Live Weather: Selkirk Powder’s Davis remote weather station is also located at our summit operations lodge. (el 6336′) This wireless remote system continually broadcasts current weather conditions and trends. This link automatically updates every few minutes.
Triple Doppler Radar: Here’s a current image of the Triple Doppler Radar based at NOAA’s regional office in Spokane, Washington. The map is animated to show the previous hour’s worth of radar signal. Click here for NOAA satelite imagery
5-Day Outlook: We’ve coordinated with the creators of SNOW-forecast.com from the UK, provider of snow reports for 3200 ski resorts around the world, to provide this 5-day forecast. This link is automatically updated four times daily. For an even more detailed 6-day Selkirk Powder snow forecast for 1696m/5008′ click here.