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TRAILS OPEN
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TRAILS GROOMED
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LIFTS OPEN
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ACRES OPEN
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MILES OPEN

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SNOWMAKING TRAILS
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DAYS OF SNOWMAKING
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AVG. BASE DEPTH
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NEW SNOW
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Wednesday afternoon, March 4, 2015

Who's looking for warmer weather and fresh powder? Because if you are, you should be here! With temperatures crawling into the 30s today and the 2 inches of new snow last night, you don't want to miss out on sunshine and fresh snow here at Sunday River. Throughout the day, be sure to check the lift and trail report to be the most up to date on lift and trail access. 

Groomers plan to set out tonight with the same plan as last night. Trying to hit first chair at 9AM tomorrow? You can expect to see lots of beautiful corduroy and some of those freshies hanging around from the snowfall last night. Who knows, maybe Mr. Sun will make a quick appearance out on the slopes like he did earlier this morning?

If you're the type who likes getting big air and hitting gnarly jumps, check out T72 in the next few days where you'll find some new features.  And while you're in T72, check out the newest addition of the longest Superpipe in the East (just about 600-feet to be exact).  

Looking for something to do tonight after lifts close? Well, get ready for fireworks, firedancers, tubing, and ziplines as we celebrate New Brunswick Vacation Week in style. The fun kicks into gear at 4PM at South Ridge.

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-ThonEat the Heat Chili CookoffThe 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!

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Team Snow


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