Conditions as of November 25, 2015 at 1:45 PM EDT
Primary Surface: Loose Granular
Secondary Surface: Variable Conditions
Another clear and sunny day of skiing and riding in the books! Ski Patrol started the day by dropping ropes on Hayburner, followed shortly after by Tote Road, giving us even more skiing and riding. They plan give the snow on these trails a chance to set up overnight, and will check in on conditions tomorrow morning, with hopes of being able to to re-open Hayburner and Tote Road by noon.
Our groomers plan to smooth out surfaces on Kings Landing and Candyside tonight, and then Hayburner and Tote Road Thursday night to give us some more corduroy for the weekend. With increasing temperatures the snow makers are getting a well-deserved break for Thanksgiving and will jump back in action when the temps rebound on Saturday, with plans to start work on Sluice and Lower Winter's Way. We are also going to be open for the full day, 8:30 am - 3:50 pm, tomorrow through the weekend.
The forecasts are calling for partly sunny skies tomorrow, with an increase in temperatures putting the base at 41 to 45 degrees and the summit at 36 to 40 degrees. Winds are also forecasted to increase to 10 to 16 mph at the base and 25 to 40 mph at the summit, moving in from the South.
We would like to remind you that early season conditions will be variable and the terrain is recommended for advanced skiers and riders only. Lift ticket prices on Thursday will be set at $39 for all ages.
With the new terrain and full operating schedule, this Friday lift tickets are going to increase to $49 for all ages.
Saturday and Sunday (11/28-11/29), is the Tin Mountain Round Up where you will be able to purchase a lift ticket for just $40 with a donation of three or more cans of food.
The new Doppelmayr King Pine Terminal installation progress continues and our lift maintenance department is wasting no time getting it all put together. If all goes according to plan, we hope to have King Pine up and running by mid to late December! You can check out updates on King Pine over on our lift safety website.
College students, we know you like to procrastinate, but the New England College Pass deadline is fast approaching. Purchase yours by November 30th and save money for ramen, or beer, or whatever you kids are spending money on these days. Details can be found here.
Have a young one that's finally ready to ski? This winter is the perfect time to get them on the slopes, and when you book a ski & stay package at Sugarloaf by November 30th, your kids will ski for free with our Kids Ski Free promotion. Check out all of our vacation packages here.
Have a great Thanksgiving tomorrow, and safe travels whether you are coming or going!
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