Ski Areas Operating this Weekend – 2/16 and 2/17

Fresh snow and even more terrain! Here’s how it looks:

SugarloafAll lifts are scheduled to operate, including the Bateau T-bar. 145 trails and 1110 acres are currently open including the backside, Burnt, and Brackett. Fireworks will kick off February school vacation Sunday night on the beach.  Click HERE to check out other events throughout the week.

Sunday River: All 15 lifts are scheduled for 8am with 135 trails and 873 acres. With the new snow, Sunday River is back to 100% open once again. Click HERE to see what’s going on event wise.

Shawnee PeakAll 6 lifts will be open with all 43 trails trails including 3 parks. Movies and Apres? Click HERE.

Mt. AbramThe Wayback Chair, Skyline Chair, and Sawicki will be open with 43 trails anticipated.

Lost ValleyAll 3 lifts will be open this weekend with 22 beautiful trails.

Black Mountain2 lifts are scheduled with 26 open trails. 15 trails will remain open for night skiing.

BigrockAll 3 lifts will bring you up the mountain with all trails currently open. Packed Powder conditions.

Camden Snow Bowl: All lifts are scheduled to operate with 15 trails and a park.

Big SquawThe Donaher Triple will be open Saturday and Sunday with 28 out of 30 trails to shred.

Hermon MountainHermon will be open once again with 1 lift and 8 trails.

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 currently unknown if Powderhouse Hill will open or not. Click HERE for the lastest updates.

Shred that pow,
Kai

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