This is it, guys: Presidents' Week has begun! All you need to bring is yourselves; we'll provide the fluffy powder, snappy corduroy, live music, fun activities, delicious slopeside dining, enjoyable and informative Perfect Turn clinics, and 95 open trails to keep everyone happy. Patrol has dropped the ropes on seven new trails in the past two day (Starburst, Crossbow, Locke Line, Tightwire, Uppercut, Sluice, and Three Mile Trail), and our snowmakers are working their buns off to keep cranking out clouds of the best quality snow around on Vortex, Lost Princess, Cowardly Lion, and Shockwave. To enjoy the most dependable snow in New England this weekend, we recommend layering up and taking ample breaks at the Peak Lodge. Keep your nose and toes warm to maximize your time on the slopes!
If you just started planning for Valentine's Day, we have the perfect solution: head to the Jordan Hotel for a romantic Valentine's Wine Dinner at Sliders tomorrow night and enjoy a five-course meal with a complementary wine pairing for each course. If a last-minute night in is more your speed, we've got you covered with our picks from the Mountain Grocer.
We're kicking the week off right tomorrow: we'll have live music from Brad Hooper from 2-5PM at the Barker Bar, live music from Cornerstone from 3-6PM at the Foggy Goggle, night skiing, snow tubing, and twin zips from 4-8PM at South Ridge, Kid's Night Out from 5-8PM in the River House ($15, reservations required; call 207.824.5080), a showing of Fade to Winter brought to you by Black Diamond Entertainment at 7PM in the Grand Summit Ballroom, live music from Scott Folsom from 7-10PM at Sliders, live music from the Adam Ezra Band as part of the Bud Light Music Series at 9PM at the Foggy Goggle, and fireworks at 8:30PM slopeside at South Ridge. Phew. That's all happening in one night. Awesome.
Book your Ski & Stay for Presidents' Week now! We're offering one-night stays and we've planned a major lineup of events and activities for one and all. Your Happy Place is waiting. All you have to do is book.
Rip it up,