Unseasonably high temperatures
have shut down all snowmaking operations over the last 2 weeks.
Couple that with three days of rain and we are at a total stand
still. We will remain closed this weekend and reopen December 26th
with day and night skiing. This will give us time to blow as much
snow as possible to get as much terrain open as the weather allows
for Christmas break. It will also help us preserve what snow we
currently have on the mountain. We thank you for your patience and
understanding during this frustrating bout of weather. Winter
officially starts next week and we are looking forward to cooler
temperatures to turn this place white!
We will keep the Welcome Center, Nordic Center and Retail Store open for shopping, gift cards, passes etc! You can see the second round of deals below.
The most recent weather forecast calls for even warmer weather than was previously predicted for the week. Unfortunately there are no snowmaking temperatures until Friday-Saturday night. In order to protect what snow we do have, we have decided to close the resort for the midweek period this week. We will be closed Dacember 14th-18th. We plan to reopen for Saturday, the 19th. Night skiing opening and the Friday Night Lights Rail Jam will be rescheduled.
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