Snow Conditions6:28am, Saturday 28th Mar 2015
- 131 Trails Open
- 84 Trails Groomed
- 12 Lifts Open
- 844 Acres Open
- 52 Miles Open
- 0 Snowmaking Trails
- 79 Days of Snowmaking
- 36" Avg. Base Depth
- 0" New Snow
- 0" Last 0 Days
Today at Sunday River
Saturday afternoon, March 28, 2015
With dropping temperatures last night and this morning, yesterday's corn snow left pockets of deep frozen granular all over the place--there were some excellent spots to make fun little quick turns both on the groomed terrain and in the woods. Tonight, thanks to the dropping mercury, the groomers plan to hit all eight peaks to leave us with stripey cruisers from White Heat to Lollapalooza. If you had your 2015-16 New England Pass, you'd know what we're talking about because you'd be out there right now.
The results are in for the The 7th Annual Dumont Cup in T72, and big, bad Bobby Brown has taken home the cup! In second place comes amateur Teal Harle, and professional freeskier James Wood won third.
Tons of events and excitement are coming your way with our Spring Festival line up! This afternoon, check out Rustic Overtones with Shut Down Brown slopeside at South Ridge starting at 3PM as part of our Spring Après Concert series. Ski down to the stage, grab a beverage, and enjoy great music with friends and family. Next weekend, get your party on at Parrothead, one of the biggest spring fests to be had on the slopes! A little Jimmy Buffet never hurt nobody, right? And looking into the future, we can start getting excited about Pond-a-Palooza and The Great Tailgate Party.
You don't want to miss out on all the fun here at Sunday River in the next few weeks! Between the spring-like conditions and all the parties going on, be sure to check out our one-night stays that are available from just $125! Call our Reservations Team at 800-543-2754 to book.
The 2015-16 New England Pass is now on sale with access to Sunday River, Loon, and Sugarloaf. Buy yours now and use it to ski the rest of this season, or reserve one with just $50 down to lock in the rates. And what's even better than that? New for next winter, you can add a M.A.X. Pass to qualifying New England Passes to get five days each at 19 additional resorts across North America.