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Conditions as of May 03, 2015 at 3:00 PM EDT


Primary Surface: Spring Conditions

Secondary Surface: Corn Snow

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Today at the Loaf
Jaw dropping photo from the summit of Burnt Mountain provided by Waylon Wolfe Photography.
11 days ago

Well folks, that's a wrap. The 2014/15 winter season that began on November 9th came to an end today, and what a wonderful day it was! Temperatures at the base soared to seventy degrees by lunch time, while Sugarloafers made their last turns of the season under mostly sunny skies. Mother Nature threw us a passing shower during the afternoon hours, but not even a little rain could tear our diehard Sugarloafers away from the sheer awesomeness taking place on the slopes. 

Warm temperatures, good vibes, and corn snow we're plentiful, and the tan lines from today's shenanigans are sure to be impressive by tomorrow. Big thanks to all of our friends, guests and loyal pass holders for another wonderful season, we hope to see you back this summer! 

Crews at the Sugarloaf Golf Club are busy preparing the course for its 30th season; the greens and fairways are looking healthier than ever, and opening day is set for Friday, May 22. Click over to the Course Report for more summer updates. 

And, for those of you already thinking ahead to next season, powder days, bluebird mornings and doing Reggae Festival all over again, a 2015-16 New England Pass is the best way to save on skiing all season long. And, new this year, you can 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.

Until next season, happy trails!

Noelle Lake
Communications Manager
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