This weekend is the last for some, but further north the spring skiing has just begun. Here’s how this weekend looks:
Sugarloaf: All 13 lifts are scheduled to operate this weekend. SuperQuad will remain open until 4:20 on Saturday. 155 trails and 1180 acres are currently open including Burnt, Brackett, and the Backside. Gold Plus Pass holders can access SuperQuad and Skyline at 7:30 Sunday morning for the last time this season. Follow @SugarloafSnow on Twitter for the latest lift and trail updates throughout the day.
The 9th Annual Sugarloaf Banked Slalom kicks off Saturday morning on Sidewinder. Registered snowboarders will take on the challenge of racing Seth Wescott and their age groups down the winding course. Check out the action on Peavy X-Cut or from SuperQuad.
Sunday River: The Little White Cap Quad, White Cap Quad, White Heat Quad, Barker Mountain Express, the Chondola, South Ridge Express, Spruce Peak Triple, Aurora Peak Quad, Jordan Bowl Express, and the Sundance Surface lift are scheduled starting at 8am. 133 trails and 870 acres are currently open.
The World Pro Ski Tour kicked off today and the action will continue into tomorrow. Click HERE for the specifics and see how amazing this event really is.
Shawnee Peak: 5 lifts will be open with 38 trails. Closing day is set for Saturday, April 6th. Please note the East Base Lodge will not be open for tickets or food but the restrooms will be available.
Mt. Abram: The Wayback Machine, Skyline Chair, and Sawicki will be open with 43 trails anticipated. Even with all the snow, this Sunday, the 31st, will be the last day of winter operations this season.
Lost Valley: All 3 lifts will be open this weekend with 20 trails. The Beach Bash kicks of at 10am on Sunday with Pond Skimming, a Cardboard Box Race, and more! Although this Sunday will be the last day of ski ops, participate in a Snowmobile Slalom race and more between April 5th and the 7th.
Camden Snow Bowl: 2 lifts are scheduled to operate with 12 trails this weekend. The Double Chair is closed for repairs the rest of the season. Sunday will be the Snow Bowl’s last day.
Hermon Mountain: Hermon will be for the last day of the season with 1 lift. Tubing will also be available for the last time this year!
Titcomb (Saturday only), Lonesome Pine Trails, Quoggy Jo, Baker Mountain, and Spruce Mountain should also be open with no aerial lifts.
Check out the Mountain Staus page for closing dates and more!
Have a good one,