Snow Conditions7:14am, Tuesday 3rd 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
- 0" New Snow
- 0" Last 0 Days
Today at Sunday River
Tuesday afternoon, March 3, 2015
Ahhh, sunshine. It's the kind of day you dream about with crisp cord and plenty of vitamin D. And it's especially great if you follow it up with apres on the deck of Barker Bar or the Foggy Goggle...but maybe that's just us. So, if you hit up any and all of our five terrain parks, perfect corduroy, or hidden stashes in the woods, it was an awesome almost-spring-but-not-quite kind of day on-hill.
And tomorrow? Even more snow. We've had 12-plus feet fall this season, and are looking at another four inches in the morning. The groomers will get after it once last chair comes a-rolling, when they'll give a little extra love to Black Hole, Obsession, Northern Lights, Sunday Punch, and a few others for flake-catching cords. Keep tomorrow night open for fireworks, firedancers, tubing, and ziplines as we celebrate New Brunswick Vacation Week in style. The fun kicks into gear at 4pm just as lifts are closing down for the day, so you can have it all. And with one-night stays available through the weekend, there's no reason you can't get in on the action any day this week! Call 800-543-2754.
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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