Mountain Report

Snow Conditions

1:04pm, Wednesday 28th Jan 2015
  • 127 Trails Open
  • 86 Trails Groomed
  • 11 Lifts Open
  • 749 Acres Open
  • 49 Miles Open
  • 0 Snowmaking Trails
  • 65 Days of Snowmaking
  • 30" Avg. Base Depth
  • 18" New Snow
  • 18" Last 2 Days
Surface Conditions: Packed Powder, Powder

Today at Sunday River

Wednesday afternoon, January 28, 2015

We hope you've been doing your squats, because with this much snow (18 inches, to be exact) the thigh burn is inevitable. But, man, is it worth it! The freshies were to-die-for this morning, and the trails are still holding so much soft snow to slay. Drop into newly-opened Poppy Fields, Gnarnia, North Woods, Northern Exposure, and more for sweet tree runs. Just check out the video. The groomers also have some grippy remnants for easy, cruisable turns across all eight peaks. Quantum Leap opened late this afternoon, so for the freshest of fresh powder, head over there before banging out runs on the western peaks. 

But don't worry, there will be plenty leftovers for you folks that didn't make it out today. The cats will be putting soft stripes on the usual bunch of trails, with a good winching on White Heat, Vortex, and Airglow tonight. That still leaves hundreds of acres untouched in the wood.

Oh yeah! We almost forgot: The forecast is calling for up to six more inches Thursday night and into Friday.

As for the parks, the jump line on T72 is open with three jumps, but the jib park will closed for renovations through this weekend. Dream Maker and Escapade, 3D, and Who-Ville are offering up plenty of other features to suit all sorts of fancies. 

With the Patriots in the Super Bowl (again!), we want to make sure you get your ski weekend and your game all squared away. We're running a Super Bowl Lodging Deal with one night's lodging and TWO days of skiing for only $119. Ski Sunday, watch the game, spend the night, ski again on Monday. There's another 4-6" of snow in the forecast for Friday so weekend conditions should be great. Go Pats!

For all you New England passholders, two bits of good news. First, we're not even half way through winter--the heart of the season is still ahead, and you'll be skiing and riding to May. Second, we created a new page to remind you of all your passholder benefits.

Carve on,

Team Snow

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