Snow Conditions11:06am, Friday 27th Nov 2015
- 18 Trails Open
- 14 Trails Groomed
- 5 Lifts Open
- 111 Acres Open
- 7 Miles Open
- 0 Snowmaking Trails
- 15 Days of Snowmaking
- 12" Avg. Base Depth
- 0" New Snow
- 0" Last 0 Days
Today at Sunday River
Friday afternoon, November 27, 2015
The rumors are true: Sunday River has the most open terrain in the East. With 111 skiable acres spread out across 4 peaks, it's already easy to get Lost on a Mountain in Maine. (If you don't get that reference, look it up on your e-reader. You can thank us later.)
The rope-drop at the top of Monday Mourning this afternoon brought us up to a whopping total of 18 open trails, and we've got more trail openings in our sights for the days ahead. Falling temps and forecasted cooperation from Mother Nature means we can do what we do best this weekend: make and groom snow like it's our job. Oh wait... it is our job.
We'll be open from 8AM to 4PM tomorrow and lift tickets will be $49 for adults, $39 for teens, and $29 for juniors and seniors. Remember: you can save $25 midweek and $15 on weekends and holidays with a Frequent Skier Card.
Thanksgiving Weekend is here! Try out the latest and greatest skis of the 2015/16 season at our annual Demo Days, starting tomorrow. Just $10 will buy you unlimited test runs on any boards you're considering making your own. Just bring a valid ID, credit card, and all the gear you'll need besides your skis. And once the craziness of Black Friday and Small Business Saturday subsides, hit up our One Day Sale on Cyber Monday (November 30). You won't regret it.
Don't forget that early-season prices on College New England Passes and M.A.X. Passes are available only through November 30. That's like... three days away. And for more steals and deals, there's the Early Savings promotion -- you can save up to $100 on your overnight trips this winter if you make your reservations by December 15. Christmas Week is just around the corner and fills up quickly.
Rip it up!