Conditions as of April 25, 2018 at 2:00 PM EDT
Primary Surface: Corn Snow
Secondary Surface: Loose Granular
Chance of Rain
The rain (mostly) held off and the corn harvest continued here at Sugarloaf today, with unbelievable spring conditions across more than 600 acres of open terrain. Coverage is still wall to wall nearly everywhere, and classics like White Nitro and Gondi Line are just about as good as you'll ever find them, right from the summit.
Tomorrow's forecast looks to be more of the same, with scattered showers throughout the day and temps climing into the mid-50s once again. We won't even approach the freezing mark tonight, and with more showers in the forecast our groomers will stay off of everything once again. Look for five lifts again tomorrow, with the SuperQuad, Skyline, Skidway, and Double Runner East opening at 8:30am, followed by Timberline at 9am. It doesn't look like winds will give us any issues tomorrow, but be sure to check in tomorrow morning and follow @SugarloafSnow on Twitter for the latest updates.
With the deepest snow pack and best spring skiing and riding conditions in recent memory, we're not ready to call it quits just yet. So we'll be extending our season through 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.
Although you have a little extra time to take your last few runs of the season, time is running out for you to lock in discounted spring rates on your 2018/19 New England Passes during our Spring Sale. Act by April 30 to secure your pass with just $50 down, or buy in full and use it to ski or ride for the rest of this season - for free. Click here for complete details and to snag your pass today.
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