Snow Conditions7:02am, Thursday 27th Nov 2014
- 27 Trails Open
- 27 Trails Groomed
- 5 Lifts Open
- 150 Acres Open
- 10 Miles Open
- 10 Snowmaking Trails
- 20 Days of Snowmaking
- 16" Avg. Base Depth
- 15" New Snow
- 15" Last 1 Days
Today at Sunday River
November 27, 2014 - Afternoon Update
Happy Thanksgiving! We're thankful for all kinds of things today: friends and family, awesome jobs, chocolate cupcakes, and, of course, bluebird days. With more than a foot of fresh, natural snow and our guns still blazing, these are some of the best Thanksgiving conditions we've ever seen - and we don't know about you, but we're pretty pumped to turn up for Thanksgiving dinner with goggle tans. Sorry, Aunt Thelma. (Not that sorry.)
We opened six new trails AND THE CHONDOLA today, for a grand total of 161 acres. AKA the most open terrain in Maine and New Hampshire. As we continue to conquer peaks (working toward eight, ladies and gents), expect to see snowmaking on more than a dozen trails, including Sirius, Aludra, Kansas, Northern Lights, Dream Maker, Escapade, and Polaris. Groomers will hit the hill at 4 p.m. and work through the night, so you can look forward to a full weekend of noshable corduroy - and some powder stashes, to be sure. Lifts are open until 3:30 today and start spinning again at 9:00AM tomorrow. Be sure to check the Lifts and Trails tab for the most up-to-date information.
Stick around tonight for a Thanksgiving feast with the Sunday River family. Camp and Grand Ave will be hosting Thanksgiving dinners with delicious menus. We've got so much planned for you this weekend, including Demo Days, live music, fireworks, and more. While you're here, pick up a College New England Pass for $359 through November 30.
Don't miss out on our Cyber Monday One Day Sale. On December 1, we'll be offering rooms in the Snow Cap Inn from just $59. Deals will be revealed on sundayriver.com at 8:00AM. You can book your reservation by phone at 800-543-2754.
Lift tickets are $49 for adults, $39 for teens, and $29 for juniors and seniors. Tickets and skier services are available at both the South Ridge and Barker lodges, while season pass pick-up is located at South Ridge only.
If you haven't purchased your New England Pass yet, now's the time, with a six-month winter season ahead that will stretch into early May. Not in the market for a season pass this winter? We have plenty of other ways to save on lift tickets. 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.
For everyone planning overnight trips this winter, we have a deal for you, too. Make your reservation by December 15 and you can save $75 on two-night stays. Save $100 on stays of three nights or longer with our Early Savings program.
Pump up the jam,