Happy Summer!

Hi there! How are you?

After a chilly and wet spring and beginning of summer, warmer temperatures have finally arrived just in time for a busy summer season at Loon Mountain.  Daily summer operations begin next Saturday, June 25th.  That means you can take a ride on our scenic Gondola skyride to the top of the mountain or zip acrosst the Pemi River every day of the week!

If you haven’t experienced the Adventure Package yet, I recommend that you do.  Talk about a great deal – for just $44 for guests 13 and over and $34 for kids 12 and under, the Adventure Package includes a trip on the zipline, unlimited bungee jumping, and climbing on the climbing wall, a 2-hour mountain bike rental plus unlimted Gondola skyrides.   In addition, the stable will be open June 25th for guided horseback rides

New this summer, Loon Mountain will have guided tours via Segway.  Guests will get a short orientation to learn how to ride a Segway and then they will glide on a guided tour of the local area, learning about the area’s history and logging heritage, and how it transformed from a logging and mill town to the popular year-round destination that it is today.

So as you can see, we have a lot going on this summer, PLUS a calendar full of fun family events.  Don’t forget to check out our events calendar on our Web site for more information. 

This summer, I will be blogging about my adventures at Loon Mountain, such as horseback riding, ziplining, Segwaying (if that’s a word), and everything else we have going on here.  Be sure to check out the Summer Adventures tab on our blog homepage to read about my experiences. 

Until next time, have a great day.

~ Katelyn Krumperman, Marketing Manager

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