Northwest Lower Michigan
Boyne Highlands, Harbor Springs, 33-55.
Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls, 40-65.
Caberfae, near Cadillac, up to 50.
Crystal Mountain, near Thompsonville, up to 50.
Hickory Hills, Traverse City, open, call ahead.
The Homestead, near Glen Arbor, 15-36.
Missaukee Mountain, Lake City, open, call for conditions.
Mount Holiday, Traverse City, open, call ahead.
Mt. McSauba, Charlevoix, open, call for conditions.
Nubs Nob, Harbor Springs, up to 53.
Petoskey, near Petoskey, open, call for conditions.
Schuss Mt., Mancelona, 10-65.
Summit Mountain at Shanty Creek, 6-24, open weekends.
Mulligan's Hollow, Muskegon, 1 to 12.
Northeast Lower Michigan
Apple Mountain, near Freeland, open, call for conditions.
Hanson Hills, Grayling, 36-48, open for both downhill and cross-country, call for conditions.
Snowsnake, Harrison, up to 20, all runs open, zipline, too.
Treetops, Gaylord, up to 66, open Thursday through Sunday.
Otsego Club, Gaylord, open for member skiing only.
Southwest Lower Michigan
Pando, near Rockford, 24-36.
Bittersweet, near Otsego, 38.
Cannonsburg, near Cannonsburg, 36.
Swiss Valley, near Jones, up to 36.
Timber Ridge, near Gobles, 43.
Southeast Lower Michigan
Alpine Valley, near Highland, up to 24, reopens Saturday.
Mount Brighton, near Brighton, up to 20, reopens Saturday.
Mount Holly, near Holly, 18-40.
Pine Knob, near Clarkston, 18-40.
Big Powderhorn, near Bessemer, 14-42.
Gladstone, at Gladstone, call ahead.
Indianhead Mountain, near Wakefield, 52.
Marquette Mountain, Marquette, 36.
Mont Ripley, Houghton, 42.
Mount Bohemia, near Lac La Belle, all runs open, base report not listed.
Mount Zion, near Ironwood, trails open, closed Mondays.
Norway Mountain, Norway, 30-42.
Pine Mountain, Iron Mountain, 20-40.
Porcupine Mountains, Ontonagon, 36.
Quaal, near Ishpeming, open, call ahead.
Ski Blackjack, near Bessemer, 30.
Ski Brule, Iron River, 36.
Silver Mountain, St. Ignace, call ahead.
Trails across the north country are waiting for what could be the best conditions of the season as the snow moves in Friday night. Check with your favorite for updates.
In the Lower Peninsula, some trails are opening as conditions permit. Cross-Country Ski Headquarters reports up to nine inches of snow so far, with more starting tonight.
Gear up for what could be the season’s best conditions this weekend. www.trailreport.com has updates.
This snow condition report is researched by Bill Semion.