There is enough snow to skin from the road and ski to the parking lot via the Beaver Pond Run and Sharon's Traverse.
Some snowboarders have been riding down to the parking lot along the up track but there is still a lot of brush to negotiate, so be careful.
The upper mountain is wind scoured with lots of rocks still visible, but skiable on the hard crust. As you get down to mid mountain and gibber bowl the snow is softer, deeper but variable with some salmon berry and alder to negotiate but still good fun.
The skiing on Pyramid is still pretty Good The top is wind blown with lots of rocks but as you get down to the bowls and more protected terrain, we are still getting more snow to cover the brush and tracks.
With good ski conditions so close to the road you might not think of longer approach skiing till spring. But when its good on Pyramid
Cold nights and (relatively) calm days are causing surface facets to form. If buried by new snow, this could cause an instability in the snowpack until warmer temperatures cause the layers to bond.
2/14/2020. Today Pyramid was pretty good and the road good too - they plowed it yesterday before the new snow. Last night we got around 4-6 inches of new powder. There is still not very much snow up above 1500 feet and right now the best skiing is the last 500 feet above the road. Jibber good too. Up high it is dust on an often icy crust. Yesterday I skied the waterfall run which I have not done in years (the ridge from the top of the jibber down towards the gravel pit on the parking lot side of the big ravine). Today I skied the cornice run - good at the top, bad in the middle and GREAT down low. So down low the brush is covered. But we desperately need more snow above 1500 feet. Patrick