We here at Loon are stoked to be hosting the 5th Annual Monster Mud Run on July 11, a race that will feature dozens of fun and challenging obstacles, miles of shoe-sucking mud, and a Mini Monsters race for kids. You can register for the race here. Not sure if you can hack it? Of […]Read more "Tips for Rocking the Monster Mud Run"
As the epic winter of 2014-15 melts into memory, we here at Loon are already getting ready for summer. Turns out, we won’t have to wait long: Loon will open for summer operations (weekends only) on Memorial Day Weekend, with daily operations beginning June 22. So grab your favorite pair of jorts and slather on the […]Read more "5 Reasons to Visit Loon This Summer & Fall"
Thanks for an awesome season! That’s right, folks. After 156 consecutive days of amazing skiing and riding, the 2014/15 winter season officially came to an end at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 19. It was beloved by many, and will be missed. But we won’t spend too much time mourning the end of winter. There’s just […]Read more "Thanks for an Amazing Winter!"
Big news, everybody: Next year’s New England Passes are on sale now! If you buy your pass in full now, you’ll be able to use that pass for the rest of this season. All the latest long-range forecasts call for cold and snowy weather to continue through the beginning of April, so there’s plenty of shredding left in the tank […]Read more "2015-16 New England Passes On Sale! Buy Now, Ski/Ride Now."
It’s March, which means it’s only a matter of time before we start waxing poetic about bluebird days and goggle tans. But we’re not quite ready for spring – not yet. After plowing through an epic February (42″ of snow and 0 above-freezing days), the first few days of March have been just as awesome. We […]Read more "Springtime at Loon"
It was deep out there today. Very deep. A quick-moving storm dumped 7-10″ of incredibly light and fluffy snow on the mountain Saturday night, giving us the deepest Sunday morning we’ve enjoyed in quite some time. Check out the photos. If you’re interested in the numbers, we’re in the midst of a very snowy winter here at Loon. […]Read more "DEEEP"
Riding high on the wave of publicity generated by Boston Mayor Marty Walsh’s statement that Boston “is not Loon Mountain,” Loon Mountain is pleased to announce it is changing its name to “Boston Mountain.” “We’ve received so much attention from the mayor’s statement that we decided to just go for it,” said Rick Kelley, Loon’s president […]Read more "Loon Mountain Resort Changes Name to “Boston Mountain”"