Fresh snow, new terrain, and perfect temps are shaping up another great weekend! Here’s how it looks:
Sugarloaf: All lifts are scheduled to operate, except the Bateau T-bar which will be on standby this weekend. 135 trails and 1019 acres are currently open to the public. On Super Bowl Sunday, support the Pats by wearing your journey and Sugarloaf will offer you a $59 ticket. Participate in a group photo run at 9:30 at Whiffletree and you will also earn yourself a free lift ticket voucher for later.
Sunday River: With the help of this week’s new snow, Sunday River is back to 100% open! 15 lifts are scheduled for 8am. You don’t have to make the choice between shredding and watching football: Do both. One-night stays are still available.
Shawnee Peak: All 6 lifts will be open with all 43 trails including 3 parks. Shawnee is also having a demo day tomorrow. Stop by and check it out.
Mt. Abram: The Wayback Machine, Skyline Chair, and Sawicki will be open with 43 trails anticipated.
Lost Valley: All 3 lifts will be open this weekend with 22 beautiful trails with freshies waiting.
Bigrock: All 3 lifts will bring you up the mountain with all trails currently open.
Camden Snow Bowl: All lifts are scheduled to operate with 23 trails.
Big Squaw: The Donaher Triple will be open Saturday and Sunday with 28 out of 30 trails to shred.
Hermon Mountain: Hermon will be open once again with 1 lift and all 20 trails. The tubing park is now also open for the season.
Titcomb, Mt. Jefferson, Lonesome Pine Trails, Quoggy Jo, Pinnacle, Eaton Mountain, Baker Mountain, and Spruce Mountain should also be open with no aerial lifts.
It is still currently unknown whether Powderhouse Hill will open or not. Click HERE for the lastest updates.