If you’ve made a trip to Loon this winter season, then you’ve undoubtedly seen how impressive the amount of snow cover and open terrain has been so far. However, Mother Nature doesn’t deserve the praise for dumping snow on the mountain yet – that honor belongs to the snowmakers. I tagged along for a “gun […]Read more "Sultans of Snow: An Interview With a Loon Snowmaker"
This winter, Jay Scambio steps into the corner office as Loon’s new president and general manager. It’s a move that brings his career full circle. In 1998, Jay – then a Plymouth State University student – began working at Loon as a snowboarding instructor. After graduating in 2002, he became the resort’s terrain park manager. […]Read more "A Chat with Loon’s New President and General Manager"
Thanks for an awesome season! That’s right, folks. After 156 consecutive days of amazing skiing and riding, the 2014/15 winter season officially came to an end at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 19. It was beloved by many, and will be missed. But we won’t spend too much time mourning the end of winter. There’s just […]Read more "Thanks for an Amazing Winter!"
Big news, everybody: Next year’s New England Passes are on sale now! If you buy your pass in full now, you’ll be able to use that pass for the rest of this season. All the latest long-range forecasts call for cold and snowy weather to continue through the beginning of April, so there’s plenty of shredding left in the tank […]Read more "2015-16 New England Passes On Sale! Buy Now, Ski/Ride Now."
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"
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"