The Snow Report
*We plan to update the snow report a couple times a week until we open to keep you guys in the loop. Daily updates will begin once we are open for the season.
We like to say we make "smart snow", meaning if there's a few hours of snowmaking conditions forthcoming followed by three days of tropical weather that will melt any of the snow we made, it's likely we won't fire up the guns. Because, stating the obvious, that wouldn't be smart.
With that said, did you know for this season we installed something called SmartSnow? It's true. SmartSnow is the world's most state-of-the-art snowmaking control system. In other words, it's the computer brain behind the operation. This technology gives our snowmaking control room up to the minute data on the performance of our snowmaking system. This in turn helps them make the best decisions as to how to run the system most efficienctly while maximizing output. Smart. Snow.
That's just one of the many snowmaking improvements we've undergone in preparation for our 60th anniversary season. Looking forward to it? We are. Winter will be here soon.
If you’re 18 to 26 years old be sure to check out the 1826 Pass and the Double Down Pass. The 1826 Pass provides you with unlimited access to Mount Snow all season, no blackout dates, for just $339. The Double Down Pass has zero blackout dates to visit both Mount Snow and Stratton for just $369. Get yours by December 15 before the prices go up!
So get those legs ready, tune up your equipment and bookmark this page so you can keep up with the latest on our winter prep.
Our business is very weather dependent, but here’s what we have planned. Early Season: · Early season is defined as the day we open through Dec. 19. Lifts open daily at 9 a.m. and close at 3:30 p.m., daily. · The Main Base, Summit and Carinthia Lodges are open daily · Sundance Lodge opens for the season on Sat, Dec 14. Sundance is only open weekends and holidays. As of Dec. 20, lifts open at 8 a.m. on weekends and holidays and at 9 a.m. midweek. Lifts close daily at 4 p.m.