Monday afternoon, March 2, 2015
If you hit some of our cruising runs today, you had a chance to carve some amazing corduroy. This was the day to dig deep and have some fun with that 12 feet of snow we've received so far this season. The sun did as it promised and burned off some of those early morning clouds to bring us plenty of bright light and warm temperatures. Tomorrow, we can expect even more sun and significantly less wind. Looking ahead, we have up to four inches of snow in the forecast Tuesday night, and that forecast is still holding steady, so think about taking a sick day on Wednesday. Cough. Cough.
Finally, our terrain parks, including the superpipe, are ready for you to get after it. So, get after it already!
We still have months of skiing left this season, what with staying open until Ski Maynia, and we're celebrating those months with Spring Festival, a full calendar of amazing events like the 30th annual Maine Adaptive Ski-A-Thon, Eat the Heat Chili Cookoff, The Dumont Cup, Parrothead at Spring Festival, and so much more. March has lots of other great qualities: Longer days, a tendency to produce historic blizzards, and weekend ski and stay packages from $125.
For all of you New England Passholders, we've created a new page to remind you about all of your passholder perks. Check them out for top savings and motivation to buy your 2015-16 pass!