We don’t want to jinx anything, but it’s starting to look like this weekend will be one you don’t want to miss. Besides the forecast, there’s plenty of events and things to do this weekend for everyone on the mountain. Torchlight Parade and Fireworks Whether you’re six or sixty, there’s options for everyone. Join the […]Read more "MLK Weekend Run Down"
The Leap Year is here, so why not take the leap of love! Nestled in White Mountain National Forest, Loon Mountain Resort is not only a place for skiing and riding, but a scenic destination for those looking to pop the Q or say “I do.” Below is our official list of the best locations […]Read more "Best Places to Pop the Question at Loon"
You know it’s the holidays here at Loon when you spot Santa skiing down the slopes. If you’re planning on celebrating this year, whether it’s Christmas, Hanukkah or Festivus, we have a full lineup of holiday fun, even spanning into the next decade. Christmas Eve Tree Lighting Service You don’t need to be at home […]Read more "Holiday Happenings"
Summer maintenance has started on the lifts at Loon. My name is Scot and I’m a lift mechanic at Loon. I’ve been working here since 1993, as a liftie, a patroller and occasionally as a snow maker. I’ll be contributing some updates and photos from the perspective of a mechanic. There will be lots of […]Read more "Summer Lift Maintenance"
From the words of Ralph Lewis, Director of Skiing Operations Written by Katelyn Krumperman We had a great week of fantastic spring conditions with plenty of sunshine. The forecast for the upcoming week is calling for milder temperatures which will mean another week of great spring conditions is ahead of us. We are currently grooming 100% […]Read more "Mountain Update: 3.10.12"
By Katelyn Krumperman From the words of Ralph Lewis, Director of Skiing Operations Snowmaking will continue into mid February and then we’ll reevaluate and see what the weather is doing. At this point, all snowmaking terrain is open and our main focus right now is to resurface all open terrain and concentrate on grooming. One […]Read more "Mountain Ops Update 2/9/12"
By Katelyn Krumperman You know the saying, ‘Good things come to those who wait?’ Well good things finally came our way. On Thursday, January 12 we picked up 4-6 inches of snow. Yes, SNOW, you know, that white fluffy stuff that falls from the sky and makes everyone smile? And today, even though it was […]Read more "Better Late Than Never 1.13.12"