Snow Conditions7:01am, Thursday 5th Mar 2015
- 138 Trails Open
- 92 Trails Groomed
- 11 Lifts Open
- 879 Acres Open
- 55 Miles Open
- 0 Snowmaking Trails
- 79 Days of Snowmaking
- 40" Avg. Base Depth
- 2" New Snow
- 2" Last 1 Days
Today at Sunday River
Thursday, March 5, 2015
Take a look out South Ridge lodge this morning at 7:15AM and what do we see? Snow dumping! Even though it might just come in spurts every once in a while on days like today, it's moments like these Team Snow wish for up here at Sunday River. Let's be real, what ski bum doesn't get a little smile across their face when they see a few fresh flakes?
Expect to see packed powder all over the mountain (thanks to our wonderful grooming team out here last night) and maybe a few hidden stashes of that fresh 2-inches of snow we got here a few nights ago. Don't let the clouds scare you away. You never know when Mr. Sun might make an appearance up here. He's been pretty good at it lately.
Calling all you park rats! Ready for some new rails, boxes, and awesomeness in the parks? Because in the next few days, expect to see some new features in T72. And who knows, with all the park competitions and events coming up, you'll never know who you'll run into in our parks.
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-Thon, Eat the Heat Chili Cookoff, The 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.
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