Sugarloaf will be the only mountain in Maine opening this weekend. The SuperQuad chair will run from 8:30am to 3:50pm on both Saturday and Sunday. After this weekend, Sugarloaf will be closing down for the 2017-18 ski season.
All though I usually stick to Maine, over in Vermont three ski areas will operate this weekend.
Jay Peak has the Jet Triple and Bonaventure Quad open today and into the weekend. They originally planned to close after this weekend, but now have new plans. Jay Peak will be suspending all operations this upcoming week with plans to reopen next weekend (conditions permitting).
Killington is running the Superstar lift today and into the weekend. Their plan is to close Monday to Thursday and reopen Friday to Sunday as long as conditions allow.
Sugarbush will open for their final weekend Saturday. The Valley House Quad will spin from 9am to 5pm on both May 5th and 6th accessing limited terrain.
Get in those last runs!
Update: Jay Peak will not reopen for a final weekend on May 12th and 13th. Killington continues to open Friday to Sunday until the snow is gone.
This weekend, 3 ski areas in Maine will be operating.
Big Rock will be open top to bottom this weekend with access to all trails and 3 lifts. Closing Sunday for the 2017-18 season.
Sunday River will be running White Cap and Barker lifts this weekend with access to about 50 trails. Weekend operations only through 4/29.
Sugarloaf will be open top to bottom this weekend with 127 trails and 6 lifts. Daily operations through 4/29.
4/23/18 UPDATE: Sugarloaf Mountain will be extending their season to Sunday, May 6th. “We’ll be open daily through April 29th, with plans to suspend mid-week operations April 30th – May 4th, and reopen for a final weekend May 5-6th,” says today’s Sugarloaf Daily Report.