Skiers are set to hit the slopes at one of the few options for downhill skiing in Saskatchewan.
Table Mountain Regional Park, just west of the Battlefords, officially opens Dec. 2.
“The earliest start we’ve had in four or five years. Things are looking really good,” said Craig Chapman, the park’s snow school director.
Chapman credited ideal weather conditions throughout November for having a good mix of natural and man-made snow on opening day.
Each year the hill, which features 11 unique runs and four separate lifts, draws downhill skiers from across the province.
“We get them from all over – Lloydminster, Prince Albert, Saskatoon,” Chapman said.
People who plan on going to Table Mountain can view the conditions for themselves in advance on the park’s live cam.