What keeps you coming back to Loon every year? The parks? The groomers? The kick-butt snowmaking? We want to hear from you. Tell us why you choose Loon, and you could win a Ski & Stay package for two at the Mountain Club on Loon next winter. The grand-prize winner, plus a bunch of other excellent […]Read more "#ichooseloon"
Another season is in the books, and what a season it was. Consistently cold weather and tons of snowstorms gave us such a good winter that we were skiing and riding on 100% of our terrain well into April. Mother Nature definitely came through for us this year. Props. The end of the season is […]Read more "Thanks for a Great Season!"
Over the course of the last few days, members of the Loon Snowboard and Freeride Competition Teams have absolutely dominated the competition at the USASA National Championships at Copper Mountain in Colorado. The first few days of competition, devoted solely to snowboarding, saw several podium finishes by Loon athletes. Margot Osterman had a great week, […]Read more "Loon Athletes Take Gold at USASA Championships"
This Sunday, Ski Schwarz will celebrate his final Easter Sunrise Service at Loon Mountain. Having served as the director of the Loon Area Christian Ministry since 1990, Skip almost singlehandedly developed an on-snow worship service that very few other resorts offer. Favoring gondolas over church pews, Skip and his flock worship on skis and snowboards, […]Read more "Loon Area Christian Ministry"
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 […]Read more "Almost Weekend Update: Spring Powder"
It’s been an exciting week here at Loon. After some wet weather earlier this week, we decided to make snow on 5 trails Thursday night into Friday morning. With temps in the teens and single digits, we were able to run the guns full-blast for about 18 hours on trails like Upper Picked Rock, Lower […]Read more "Almost Weekend Update March 16"
It’s March, which means it’s maple sugaring time. As the days grow longer and the sun grows stronger, the sap starts to run in maple trees across New England. Here at Loon, we make our own syrup. We’ll be boiling our own sap in front the Octagon Lodge this Saturday and Sunday afternoon, and we’ll […]Read more "How Sweet It Is"