Well folks, that’s a wrap. We’re now closed for skiing and riding. The 2016/17 winter season now belongs to the ages – and what a historically awesome season it was. The last five months have given us a whopping 210″ of snow – which, according to our records, was our snowiest winter since the 2007/08 season. […]Read more "Thanks for an Amazing Winter!"
We here at Loon are incredibly proud of our award-winning terrain parks. Studded with meticulous features that push the envelope of progression, those parks have earned a reputation for excellence among snowboarders and freeskiers around the world. But it didn’t start out that way. Back in the 1980’s, snowboarders were required to pass a skills test before […]Read more "Terrain Parks at Loon: A History Lesson"
Winter Storm Stella dropped by earlier this week and gave us 12-22″ of new snow! Thanks to all that fresh pow, we’re rocking 60 of 61 trails as we head into the weekend. Check out Wednesday’s video: If you haven’t already snagged our all-new Spring Pass, now’s definitely the time to do so. The Spring […]Read more "Winter Storm Stelllaaa!"
The time you’ve been waiting for has finally arrived: 2017/18 New England Passes are now on sale! Pro Tip: If you buy your pass in full now, you can use it to ski or ride for FREE the rest of this season, starting March 20. Can’t swing a full pass right now? Take advantage of […]Read more "17/18 New England Passes Now on Sale!"
As New Englanders, we know a thing or two about changeable weather and snow conditions. A foot of fresh powder can be followed by a 60-degree day, which could just as easily be chased by an arctic cold front. Maybe it’s that kind of topsy-turvy weather that makes us truly appreciate the importance of dialing in our gear. While […]Read more "Tune In at Loon Mountain Sports"
With nearly 5 feet of new snow since February 1st, February Vacation Week is looking like the perfect time to escape the daily grind at work or school and have some fun in the mountains. Here at Loon, we’ve planned a week filled with fun events for everyone. Whether you’re looking to rock out in the Bunyan […]Read more "February Vacation Week at Loon"
When Loon Mountain first opened to the public on December 27, 1966, the up-and-coming resort had just two lifts, 12 trails, and one toilet. “We began because we had to, not because we were ready,” said Gov. Sherman Adams, the resort’s founder. “Five hundred people showed up with their skis without being invited.” Described as a “flinty […]Read more "The Founder: Sherman Adams"