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Conditions as of September 23, 2014 at 1:30 PM EDT


Primary Surface: Grass

Secondary Surface: Dirt

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Today at the Loaf
What fall foliage?

According to the callendar fall has only just begun, but that didn't stop our snowmakers from giving us a quick taste of winter last week.

Temperatures got down to a brisk 18 degrees up on the mountain Thursday night, and we took the opportunity to fire up 15 snowguns up on Tote Road and cover the ground in a frosty coat of deliciousness. 

Is it necessary to test your snowmaking system in September? Certainly not. Is it fun? Most definitely. 

Summer has been fun and all, but now that temps are dropping and leaves are changing, we're itching for winter to get started, and we're betting you are too. And while we're blowing the proverbial mice out of the snowmaking system and wrapping up summer projects on the mountain, you can do a lot to get ready for winter too. 

A good start would be making sure you grab your 14-15 New England Pass by the fall deadline on October 13. The New England Pass gets you a front row seat to all of the action, all winter, and options start as low $475. 

And if an extended stay is what you're after, you'll want to book your ski and stay package by September 30 to take advantage of our Low Price Guarantee, which (like it sounds) will guarantee you pay the absolute lowest possible rate for your vacation. If the price on a package identical to your does happen to drop later in the season, we'll even pay you the difference. 

Have kids? That's even better. If you book any package for two or more nights by October 31, your kids 12 and under will be skiing for free, thanks to our Kids Ski Free promotion. Check out the details here

There are lots of ways to save, but just like summer, they won't stick around for long. 

Think snow, and we'll see you here soon. 

What more reason do you need to get excited for winter? Call 800-THE-LOAF today to book your winter ski getaway and save!

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