Conditions as of March 31, 2015 at 7:15 AM EDT
24 hr 1"
7 days 1,166
skiable acres of 1,230 153
trails open of 160 52
trails groomed 70
Primary Surface: Corn Snow
Secondary Surface: Packed Powder
Good morning, Sugarloafers! We've arrived at the last day of March, and it looks like we'll close the book to this month on a good note. There are some clouds out there this morning but they are expected to burn off once the sun comes around the horizon, and temps are pleasant. If you've been skiing or riding with us the past couple of days, you can expect snow surfaces to be similar; groomed trails should be nice and smooth whereas natural trails may be a bit more firm and fast. So you can have your pick or mix it up; we'll see you out there.
On tap for your Tuesday forecast is the possibility of morning flurries and then the sun will be coming out to play for the remainder of the day. We'll be slightly on the cooler side compared to yesterday as temperatures are expected to be between 29-33 degrees at the base and 18-22 degrees at the summit. Winds are breezy this morning, but will become lighter after lunch.
We're back to our weekday schedule with 7 lifts expected to spin this morning. Winds have kept their momentum so we may see a hold for our elevations lifts to start the day, however winds are forecasted to die down. Our groomers are finishing up their work on the hill this morning and they'll have worked on 52 trails when they wrap things up in a little bit. Be sure to check in with us here or on our @SugarloafSnow account on Twitter for the most up-to-date information.
We're not wishing away the work week (OK, maybe we are), but this coming weekend's Fat Tire Festival has us super stoked. We're hosting, along with support from Maine Huts & Trails and Carrabassett Region NEMBA, our first-ever fat fire festival featuring a downhill race, demos, and guided rides. For more information and to register for the event, head here.
The 2015-16 New England Pass is on sale now. Purchase yours by April 30th to get the best deal; put down $50 to lock in the best rate, or pay in full and use the pass for the remainder of the 2014-15 season beginning March 16th. New this year, add the MAX Pass to your qualifying New England Pass and get 5 days of skiing or riding at 19 additional resorts on the east coast, west coast, and everywhere in between. Order yours at theMAXpass.com.
Spring skiing is stirring up the good vibes, and we're excited to announce Stick Figure is set to headline a stacked lineup for the 27th Annual Reggae Festival on April 9-12th. Tickets and lodging packages are on sale now. Get the full scoop here.
See you on the hill!
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