By Ralph Lewis Director of Skiing Operations Loon Mountain With the weather changing, we have been very fortunate to have cold nights and nice days that have provided great skiing surfaces over the past two weeks at Loon Mountain. We have had very little loss of snow coverage due to the unseasonable cold temperatures. South […]Read more "4/2/11 Mountain Operations Update"
We had two great vacation weeks here at Loon Mountain. We had good conditions throughout both vacation weeks. In the beginning of the first week the weather was unpredictable but got nicer as teh week went on. All of our guest enjoyed their enjoyed. During New Hampshire vacation week we had fantastic skiing weather. It’s […]Read more "Mountain Operations Update 3/6/11"
Thank you to everyone who participated in our recent survey, asking Loon skiers and snowboarders your biggest barriers to improving your on-hill moves. Based on your feedback, we’re launching a new series with quick ski and snowboard tips to address your biggest challenges to improvement, and we’re starting with the most-requested topic – mastering bump […]Read more "Ski and Snowboard Quick Tips: Mastering the Bumps"
Hello! Due to the continued cool weather, we have not had to make snow. We will be watching the weather and keeping a close eye on snow conditions and coverage in order to make a decision on snowmaking this week and the week after next. All lifts and other machinery involved in mountain operations seem […]Read more "Mountain Ops. Update"
The 428 new tower snow guns have made a tremendous difference in the amount of terrain we were able to open earlier in the season. The new guns use one third the amount of air than our traditional guns and have proven to be a great purchase due to their efficiency. We are so impressed […]Read more "Mountain Operations Update"