Snow Conditions6:09am, Sunday 29th Mar 2015
- 130 Trails Open
- 84 Trails Groomed
- 12 Lifts Open
- 828 Acres Open
- 50 Miles Open
- 0 Snowmaking Trails
- 79 Days of Snowmaking
- 36" Avg. Base Depth
- 0" New Snow
- 0" Last 0 Days
Today at Sunday River
Sunday afternoon, March 29, 2015
Today's snow is similar to Frosted Flakes--a perfect mix of corn and sugar. With cloudless blue skies all day long, bright sun, and warm temps, this morning's granular corduroy has morphed into the soft-as-butter bumps we love for spring skiing and boarding. So, we urge you to take those swooshy turns until you can't take no more, and then enjoy the sun at our outdoor après venues. Trust us, you won't be disappointed. 'Tis the season for goggle tans, folks!
Temperatures will drop slightly overnight, and the groomers will work their way across the chillier, higher elevations before laying down corduroy near the base areas. Tomorrow, we're giving our goggle tans some respite with cloudy skies, flurries, and similarly balmy temps while skiing and boarding on all eight peaks. And because our season stretches into May, those of you who have already picked up your 2015-16 New England Pass are set for so many more days on-hill. We'll see you at 9 AM for first chair.
The Spring Festival celebrations are only half-way through! Next weekend, join us for parties on parties on parties at Parrothead, including classic events like the Margarita Mix-Off, and the new-this-season Slip and Flip. The following weekend, we'll have a wild Pond-a-Palooza, the final Spring Apres Concert Series show from Vertical Horizon, the Passholder BBQ, and even more to come the weekend after that.
And speaking of passholders, 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.