Ski Areas Operating this Weekend – 3/9 and 3/10

Clear skies, comfortable temps, and more snow on the way! Here’s how it looks:

Sugarloaf: All 13 lifts are scheduled to operate this weekend including Double Runner East which has been repaired. 154 trails and 1180 acres are currently open including Burnt, Brackett, and the backside. Cat Skiing tickets are still available. Click HERE to join in on the fun. The 2019-20 New England Pass is on sale now and continues until Sunday. Pay in full and ski the rest of this season FREE at Sunday River, Sugarloaf, and Loon.

Sunday River: All 15 lifts are scheduled for 8am with 133 trails and 870 acres. The Chondola, South Ridge Express, and the Sundance Surface Lift will be open for night skiing until 8pm tonight and Saturday night. The 2019-20 New England Pass is on sale now and continues until Sunday. Pay in full and ski the rest of this season FREE at Sunday River, Sugarloaf, and Loon.

Shawnee PeakAll 6 lifts will be open with 42 trails including 3 parks. Planning on visiting more than once this month? The March Madness Season Pass is now available with unlimited skiing and riding all month! Just going Saturday Night? Ski 6pm-9pm for just $19.

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

Lost ValleyAll 3 lifts will be open this weekend with 22 trails. Go tubing for only $12 per day for the rest of the month. Click HERE for the full event lineup.

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

BigrockAll 3 lifts will bring you up the mountain with all trails currently open. It’s deep out there.

Camden Snow Bowl: All lifts are scheduled to operate with 26 trails.

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 20 trails.

Titcomb, Mt. Jefferson, Lonesome Pine Trails, Quoggy Jo, Pinnacle, Eaton Mountain, Baker Mountain, Powderhouse Hill and Spruce Mountain should also be open with no aerial lifts.

I’m over in Vermont this weekend skiing Stowe and Burke. Follow along on my Instagram page @maine.lift.

Rip it up,
Kai

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