Snow Conditions7:20am, Monday 22nd Dec 2014
- 75 Trails Open
- 54 Trails Groomed
- 10 Lifts Open
- 482 Acres Open
- 33 Miles Open
- 11 Snowmaking Trails
- 41 Days of Snowmaking
- 20" Avg. Base Depth
- 2" New Snow
- 16" Last 13 Days
Today at Sunday River
Monday afternoon, December 22, 2014
More dropped ropes for eight peaks of skiing and riding? Yes, please! Patrol opened up Top Gun with natural snow, adding to Eureka, Tin Woodsman, Lost Princess, Excalibur, and White Heat from this weekend. We've also received a late report that we got two inches of new snow on the upper elevations last night, so the freshies have been plentiful. Tomorrow, expect to make some turns on Tempest, Jibe, and Heat's On, and hit Dream Maker and T72 for parks stacked with 27 small and medium features.
Due to some slightly warmer temps coming in, the snowguns will be off for a few days, but we're shooting to have them back on by Christmas! Groomers will get on the hill tonight and plan to give White Heat some cords for the morning. We'll be spinning 10 lifts from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM, and your ticket to ride is $79 for adults, $59 for teens, and $49 for juniors and seniors.
Both hotels are ski-in/ski-out, but there is no easy way to or from the Summit. As always, please only tackle terrain that suits your abilities.
We'd love to spend the holidays with you, so we're offering ski and stay packages from $139 during Christmas week. Our events and activities agenda is stacked for holiday fun, so don't miss out! No New Year's Eve plans yet? Celebrate the coming of 2015 in style at our mid-mountain NYE Party at the Peak Lodge. And don't forget about College Week, filled with parties and sweet savings for all of you students, from January 5 though the 9.
Speaking of College Week, Red Bull Frozen Rush returns to Sunday River January 8-9, 2015 with 10 of the world's best off-road drivers, 900-horsepower Pro 4 trucks, studded tires, and, well, a party or two.
If you haven't purchased your New England Pass yet, now's the time, with a full winter season ahead that will stretch into early May. Not in the market for a season pass this winter? Pick up a Frequent Skier Card for a thrifty ticket window experience every day of the season, or plan to buy lift tickets online before your trip to save big.