Skiing moguls can add a new excitement to your day on Loon Mountain’s slopes. If it’s your first time or a seasoned veteran in a mogul field, I offer these simple tips. First for your warm up, find an isolated bump and practice absorbing the terrain by allowing your ankles, knees, hips, and spine to […]Read more "Bump it Up at Loon Mountain!"
By Katelyn Krumperman Are you competitive? Do you like to challenge yourself? Do you like getting dirty? If you answered yes, to the following questions then the Loon Mountain Monster Mud Run on October 29 is for you! The Monster Mud Run is a race for the ambitious, for people who like to push themselves to the limit. […]Read more "Mud, Guts, and Glory – 1st Annual Monster Mud Run"
By Katelyn Krumperman, Marketing Manager Hello! How are you? Can you believe another winter season at Loon Mountain has come and gone? With 198 inches in snowfall, we couldn’t have asked for a better winter of skiing and riding at Loon. It was one of the best that I can remember. What about you? What […]Read more "Eventually, the snow must melt …"
Hello everyone! I am Katie, the new Marketing Intern for the spring 2011 season. Some of you may know me from my pervious position at Loon Mountain, working the Gondola. I am in my fifth year of employment at Loon Mountain and the change of departments has been very exciting and has opened my awareness to […]Read more "4-4-11 Spring Interning at Loon Mountain, My First Days"
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"