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Top to Bottom Runs with Direct Ski-in/Ski-out Access out of the Jordan Bowl
Snowmaking infrastructure advancements pave the way for Jordan Bowl opening debut.
From advanced snowkaing to cutting-edge lifts, get ready for an unforgettable season
Sunday River Resort prepares for an unprecedented early ski season with enhanced snowmaking capabilities
Two-Time Champions, Team Speed Roesler, take home $564 cash and six cases of beer at Maine ski area's Fall Fest
Team Silly Sconnies were awarded $511 and six cases of beer at Maine ski area event
Maine ski area fires up the snowguns on the last day of September with temps in the low 30s
Maine ski resort teaming up with local non-profits to offer season passes to qualifying local students
Both the resort and Bethel Village to bring back classic events for locals and guests alike; tickets and registration for large events open now
Sunday River Outfitters successfully launched for the season on May 30, offering classes in archery, kayaking, and stand-up paddleboarding
2022-23 snowmaking system improvements now underway at Sunday River Resort in Maine
Summer Improvements at Maine Resort include installing world-class 8-person chairlift and snowmaking upgrades on Spruce Peak
Classic traditions return after a 2-year hiatus, as well as exciting new events at the resort
Sunday River, Sugarloaf, and Loon ski resorts offer season passes at varying price points
Lighted half-mile trail delivers winter magic for visitors of all ages.
Presented by Samuel Adams, big air show features top athletes and 3D projection mapping on the slopes.
Sunday River event raises over $5,000 for local non-profit.
Over 200 Santas to hit the slopes at Sunday River on December 5, 2021
Team Lovebirds were awarded $620 and six cases of beer at Maine ski area’s Fall Festival.
The Jordan 8 chairlift is one of three chairlift upgrades to enhance the experience at one of New England’s largest ski areas over the next three years.
Maine ski area fires up the snowguns with temperatures in the 30s to prepare for winter.
Improvements include snowmaking, on-mountain infrastructure, sustainability, and more.
Beer festival with over 20 Maine breweries scheduled for September 18; North American Wife Carrying Championship, New England Cornhole Championship, and Blue Mountain Arts and Craft Fair slated for October 9-10.
Four largest ski industry leaders announce joint commitment to fight climate change.
Announces Environmental Sustainability Plan and Goal of Zero Net Carbon Emissions by 2030
Improvements for Maine ski area by 2030 include RFID, snowmaking, chairlift and facilities upgrades, real estate developments, and year-round experiences.