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Snow Conditions

Thursday, January 19, 2017 11:46:34 AM
  • 118 Trails Open
  • 83 Trails Groomed
  • 10 Lifts Open
  • 759 Acres Open
  • 47 Miles Open
  • 1 Snowmaking Trails
  • 58 Days of Snowmaking
  • 32" Avg. Base Depth
  • 1" New Snow
  • 6" Last 2 Days
Surface Conditions: Powder, Machine Groomed
  • 118 Trails Open
  • 83 Trails Groomed
  • 10 Lifts Open
  • 759 Acres Open
  • 47 Miles Open
  • 1 Snowmaking Trails
Thursday, January 19, 2017 11:46:34 AM

More Snow!

When we threw last chair yesterday afternoon, we were looking at a total of five inches of snow. But Mother Nature slowly dropped another inch overnight, and half a foot of snow over the last two days is certainly nothing to scoff at. With flurries in the forecast throughout the day, plus temperatures in the mid 20s to mid 30s, it's going to be a beautiful day to chase soft snow on the most open terrain in New England!

Our Mountain Operations team and Mother Nature work together like a well-oiled machine. In addition to the extra lovin' we received overnight, the snowmakers continued to work on Cowardly Lion with the goal of adding the Oz Quad to the chairlift line-up this weekend. The snowcats scaled our slopes throughout the evening, leaving their beautiful stripes on 83 trails, though certain early groomers may have a nice layer of fresh snow on them this morning. And the lift crews are making sure to clear that extra snow from the chairs so your bum won't be frosty come 9AM. Like we've already said, the snow will be soft, the mountain is prepped—who's ready for first chair

There's been quite a bit of commotion in the parks lately too. The crew began rebuilds on T72 and Who-Ville overnight, and cut the mini pipe on Wonderland yesterday. With massive amounts of snowmaking going towards our legendary Superpipe, the team is chipping away cutting it for your sending pleasure. Please note that the Flow State family boardercross will be closed to the public for training today. 

Want to get in on slopeside access to these amazing conditions this weekend? We are offering some great lodging packages with rooms from $149 and ski and stay packages from $159 in both the Grand Summit and Jordan Hotels. If you're over 50 and holding off until next week to hit the slopes, be sure to check out lodging packages, events, and activities for our favorite young-at-heart skiers and riders during Go50 Week, end-capped by the delectable Wild Blueberry Pancake Cookoff and the Tasting Event at the Chef Summit on January 28. 

As always, make sure to save on lift tickets by purchasing online in advance, or snag a New England Pass for unlimited skiing and riding all winter long.

Carve on,
Team Snow

Spruce Peak Chairlift Update
The Spruce Peak Triple Chairlift is not operating this season, but groomed ski terrain on Spruce Peak will open as conditions allow with ski access from the Aurora Peak Quad. For more information please visit our Winter Update page. 

More Snow!

When we threw last chair yesterday afternoon, we were looking at a total of five inches of snow. But Mother Nature slowly dropped another inch overnight, and half a foot of snow over the last two days is certainly nothing to scoff at. With flurries in the forecast throughout the day, plus temperatures in the mid 20s to mid 30s, it's going to be a beautiful day to chase soft snow on the most open terrain in New England!

Our Mountain Operations team and Mother Nature work together like a well-oiled machine. In addition to the extra lovin' we received overnight, the snowmakers continued to work on Cowardly Lion with the goal of adding the Oz Quad to the chairlift line-up this weekend. The snowcats scaled our slopes throughout the evening, leaving their beautiful stripes on 83 trails, though certain early groomers may have a nice layer of fresh snow on them this morning. And the lift crews are making sure to clear that extra snow from the chairs so your bum won't be frosty come 9AM. Like we've already said, the snow will be soft, the mountain is prepped—who's ready for first chair

There's been quite a bit of commotion in the parks lately too. The crew began rebuilds on T72 and Who-Ville overnight, and cut the mini pipe on Wonderland yesterday. With massive amounts of snowmaking going towards our legendary Superpipe, the team is chipping away cutting it for your sending pleasure. Please note that the Flow State family boardercross will be closed to the public for training today. 

Want to get in on slopeside access to these amazing conditions this weekend? We are offering some great lodging packages with rooms from $149 and ski and stay packages from $159 in both the Grand Summit and Jordan Hotels. If you're over 50 and holding off until next week to hit the slopes, be sure to check out lodging packages, events, and activities for our favorite young-at-heart skiers and riders during Go50 Week, end-capped by the delectable Wild Blueberry Pancake Cookoff and the Tasting Event at the Chef Summit on January 28. 

As always, make sure to save on lift tickets by purchasing online in advance, or snag a New England Pass for unlimited skiing and riding all winter long.

Carve on,
Team Snow

Spruce Peak Chairlift Update
The Spruce Peak Triple Chairlift is not operating this season, but groomed ski terrain on Spruce Peak will open as conditions allow with ski access from the Aurora Peak Quad. For more information please visit our Winter Update page. 


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