We here at Loon are incredibly proud of our award-winning terrain parks. Studded with meticulous features that push the envelope of progression, those parks have earned a reputation for excellence among snowboarders and freeskiers around the world. But it didn’t start out that way. Back in the 1980’s, snowboarders were required to pass a skills test before […]Read More Terrain Parks at Loon: A History Lesson
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 […]Read More 2 Feet of Snow in the Last Week!
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 […]Read More First Superpipe in New England!
By Katelyn Krumperman I am sure you are all dying to know what is in store for you this winter at Loon Mountain, right? Well, I’m here to tell you what’s new at Loon Mountain this winter. After investing $20 million in the past five years to add more terrain, uphill capacity and state-of-the-art snowmaking & […]Read More What’s New at Loon this Winter
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