Mountain report header: Sunday River range in snow

Mountain Report

Buy lift tickets online and save!

Snow Conditions

Sunday, March 26, 2017 10:00:38 AM
  • 126 Trails Open
  • 80 Trails Groomed
  • 12 Lifts Open
  • 835 Acres Open
  • 51 Miles Open
  • 0 Snowmaking Trails
  • 77 Days of Snowmaking
  • 36" Avg. Base Depth
  • 0" New Snow
  • 2-3" Last 2 Days
Surface Conditions: Machine Groomed, Variable Conditions
  • 126 Trails Open
  • 80 Trails Groomed
  • 12 Lifts Open
  • 835 Acres Open
  • 51 Miles Open
  • 0 Snowmaking Trails
Sunday, March 26, 2017 10:00:38 AM

Sunday Fun-Day

Rise and shine Sunday River. We hope you aren't too tired out from a full day of skiing as well as a jam packed day of events on and off the slopes yesterday because today, the party keeps on rolling. The word from the hill is that the groomed terrain is in top notch shape and we have a list of events all centered around the White Cap basin that you will not want to miss. Put on an extra cup of coffee if need be and get on up here, the corduroy awaits.

This morning's sunrise is as clear as can be and it looks like we will start out our day under bluebird skies. Temperatures are forecast to be in the high 20s to low 40s today so prepare for a beautiful day and throw on some SPF, today will be a day of goggle tan glory. The warm weather will make for continued soft conditions on both groomed and natural terrain. Get out there for first chairs to enjoy the fresh stripes and expect softening conditions as the day goes on.

Warm days and cool nights are ideal sap collecting conditions for maple syrup production. Sunday River's own Sugaring House, located on Lower Broadway, is where we produce our in-house syrup and is open for business. If you see the steam rising from the shack, the syrup is cooking. Swing by to see some syrup making demonstrations and try some tasty treats and free samples!

Our patrol team had a busy day yesterday as they spread out across all eight peaks, dropping ropes in rapid succession. Yesterday, we finished our afternoon with 125 trails across 834 acres of ski and rideable terrain and we expect the same for our morning.

If yesterday's lineup of events and activities weren't enough for you, don't you worry we have another day full of spring events on the agenda today. Make your way down to White Cap today for the Masters of the Hose Race, in which firefighter crews face off against our talented snowmaking team on Tempest starting at 10AM followed immediately by the Chili Cookoff. Makle sure to bring some pocket change and an appetite to enjoy taste testing some truly delicious chili. Throughout the day, Bethel's own Northside Ramblers will be providing the tunes and live entertainment slopeside.

Be aware that as we lead further into the spring season, lift operation schedules will change. This weekend, the Quantum Leap Triple and Jordan Double will be closed. If you want more information on just how long our season will go and where you can ski on next year's pass right now, check out our spring operations plan

To enjoy both amazing spring skiing and spring events, be sure to pick up a 2017-2018 season pass and use it to ski free for the rest of this season. You can also turn in your lift ticket the day you use it at the Season Pass desk and we'll credit your ticket towards next year's pass. You can buy these passes online, by calling 800-430-0772, or at South Ridge Lodge.  

More Deals

2017-18 Season Pass:  Buy now and ski free the rest of this season, or deposit $50 by April 30 to lock in the spring rates, then pay over the summer.
Free Friday: For the price of a two-day ticket, you can ski three days starting any Friday this month when you buy online. 
State Days: $49 lift tickets for New Hampshire residents on Tuesdays and Maine residents on Wednesdays for the remainder of the season when purchased online.
$49 College Tickets: Walk up to the ticket window with a valid college ID and score a deal this month. 
Lodging: Book at room at the Snow Cap Inn this month for as low as $69 a night. 

As always, buying your tickets online in advance can save you up to 30 percent off of the ticket window rates. 

Keep those tips up,
Team Snow

Spruce Peak Chairlift Update
The Spruce Peak Triple Chairlift is not operating this season, but groomed and natural 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. 

Sunday Fun-Day

Rise and shine Sunday River. We hope you aren't too tired out from a full day of skiing as well as a jam packed day of events on and off the slopes yesterday because today, the party keeps on rolling. The word from the hill is that the groomed terrain is in top notch shape and we have a list of events all centered around the White Cap basin that you will not want to miss. Put on an extra cup of coffee if need be and get on up here, the corduroy awaits.

This morning's sunrise is as clear as can be and it looks like we will start out our day under bluebird skies. Temperatures are forecast to be in the high 20s to low 40s today so prepare for a beautiful day and throw on some SPF, today will be a day of goggle tan glory. The warm weather will make for continued soft conditions on both groomed and natural terrain. Get out there for first chairs to enjoy the fresh stripes and expect softening conditions as the day goes on.

Warm days and cool nights are ideal sap collecting conditions for maple syrup production. Sunday River's own Sugaring House, located on Lower Broadway, is where we produce our in-house syrup and is open for business. If you see the steam rising from the shack, the syrup is cooking. Swing by to see some syrup making demonstrations and try some tasty treats and free samples!

Our patrol team had a busy day yesterday as they spread out across all eight peaks, dropping ropes in rapid succession. Yesterday, we finished our afternoon with 125 trails across 834 acres of ski and rideable terrain and we expect the same for our morning.

If yesterday's lineup of events and activities weren't enough for you, don't you worry we have another day full of spring events on the agenda today. Make your way down to White Cap today for the Masters of the Hose Race, in which firefighter crews face off against our talented snowmaking team on Tempest starting at 10AM followed immediately by the Chili Cookoff. Makle sure to bring some pocket change and an appetite to enjoy taste testing some truly delicious chili. Throughout the day, Bethel's own Northside Ramblers will be providing the tunes and live entertainment slopeside.

Be aware that as we lead further into the spring season, lift operation schedules will change. This weekend, the Quantum Leap Triple and Jordan Double will be closed. If you want more information on just how long our season will go and where you can ski on next year's pass right now, check out our spring operations plan

To enjoy both amazing spring skiing and spring events, be sure to pick up a 2017-2018 season pass and use it to ski free for the rest of this season. You can also turn in your lift ticket the day you use it at the Season Pass desk and we'll credit your ticket towards next year's pass. You can buy these passes online, by calling 800-430-0772, or at South Ridge Lodge.  

More Deals

2017-18 Season Pass:  Buy now and ski free the rest of this season, or deposit $50 by April 30 to lock in the spring rates, then pay over the summer.
Free Friday: For the price of a two-day ticket, you can ski three days starting any Friday this month when you buy online. 
State Days: $49 lift tickets for New Hampshire residents on Tuesdays and Maine residents on Wednesdays for the remainder of the season when purchased online.
$49 College Tickets: Walk up to the ticket window with a valid college ID and score a deal this month. 
Lodging: Book at room at the Snow Cap Inn this month for as low as $69 a night. 

As always, buying your tickets online in advance can save you up to 30 percent off of the ticket window rates. 

Keep those tips up,
Team Snow

Spruce Peak Chairlift Update
The Spruce Peak Triple Chairlift is not operating this season, but groomed and natural 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. 


#HappyPlaceFound

HappyPlaceFound.com »

Latest Video

Video Gallery »