Snow Conditions7:25am, Friday 27th Mar 2015
- 135 Trails Open
- 66 Trails Groomed
- 11 Lifts Open
- 865 Acres Open
- 53 Miles Open
- 0 Snowmaking Trails
- 79 Days of Snowmaking
- 36" Avg. Base Depth
- 0" New Snow
- 0" Last 0 Days
Today at Sunday River
Thursday afternoon, March 26, 2015
Mother Nature proved herself wrong this morning folks. Clouds were in the forecast and from what we saw out on the slopes, there were very few clouds, a crystal, clear blue sky and endless sunshine. The snow is soft and temperatures are warm. Still plenty of spring skiing to be had out there! Raise your hand if you are skiing or boarding on your 20105-2016 New England Pass.
Groomers will set out tonight and work their magic even though there are some predictions of rain later this afternoon into tonight. They will get conditions in tip-top shape for tomorrow's skiing and boarding. Tomorrow's temperatures are expected in the 30s with some clouds. But hey, it was supposed to be cloud covered all day today and the sun is still shining as we speak.
Our Spring Festival continues this weekend! The Dumont Cup starts Friday on T72 with amateur qualifying rounds then into Saturday with the finals. Come watch Olympic medalists Bobby Brown and Joss Christensen along with other top pros compete. After all the fun and excitement at the Dumont Cup, be sure to check out Rustic Overtones slope side at South Ridge Saturday afternoon as part of our Spring Apres Concert series. And don't forget, next weekend is Parrothead, one of the biggest parties to be had on the slopes!
You don't want to miss out on all the fun here at Sunday River in the next few weeks! Between the spring-like conditions and all the parties going on, be sure to check out our one-night stays that are available from just $125! Call our Reservations Team at 800-543-2754 to book.
The 2015-16 New England Pass is now on sale with access to Sunday River, Loon, and Sugarloaf. Buy yours now and use it to ski the rest of this season, or reserve one with just $50 down to lock in the rates. And what's even better than that? New for next winter, you can add a M.A.X. Pass to qualifying New England Passes to get five days each at 19 additional resorts across North America.