March is a big month here at Loon. Not only does it mean spring snowstorms and the beginning of spring skiing, but it is by far one of the best months for events. With all there is to do, we wanted to give you a rundown on what lies ahead. First Class Beginner’s Weekend Looking […]
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Seasonal programs – it’s one of those words often tossed around when you’re on the mountain. What is it you may ask? It’s a season-long ski or snowboard program for any winter lover starting at age four and all the way up past 50. These programs are perfect for those looking to increase their on-snow […]
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The calender may say spring, but Old Man Winter has different ideas. A snowstorm on the last day of winter dumped 11 inches of dry, fluffy snow on the mountain, giving us some of the best conditions yet this season. With cold weather in the forecast through the beginning of April, we’re expecting some of […]
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February closed out in an explosion of snow this year, with more than two feet of snow in the final week of the month. We’ve had a few exceptional powder days, and we’re now 100% open. Whether you’re looking to explore the trees in Undercut or rip the bumps on Lower Flume, you’ll be able […]
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The weekend is almost here, which means it’s time for the Almost Weekend Update! In this week’s episode, we shred some pow and talk about a weekend Nor’easter that’s headed to Loon. Jordan tries his hand as a cook at the Summit Cafe, and is rebuffed. You can watch the video here: http://bit.ly/WZ392Q We’ve had a […]
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We’re loving life here at Loon, having picked up more than two feet of new snow and three powder days in just the last week. While the rest of us have been scoring freshies,our park crew have had their hands full building sick features and carving out our mammoth Superpipe. That pipe should be open […]
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Last weekend we opened the Burton Riglet Park & Lil’ Stash. These two Paul Bunyan-themed terrain parks are the perfect place to learn to ride. Check out the video to see what it’s like!
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