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"
We here at Loon are pumped to present “Loon EveryDay Again,” the latest heavy edit from Skylar Brent and his Keep The Change crew. Skylar, who also produced the crazy-popular “Loonatics” web series, was picked up by Videograss while filming Loonatics during the 2011-12 season. Last winter, Brent and his own independent production company, Keep The Change, […]Read more "Loon EveryDay Again"
New Hampshire’s most powerful snowmaking system just got even more powerful. This summer, we’re making $1.3 million in capital improvements that will streamline the snowmaking process and nearly double our snowmaking output. We’ll also expand the Burton Lil’ Stash terrain park, adding new rollers, berms, and other exciting features. SNOWMAKING – WHAT’S NEW Snowmaking Capacity […]Read more "$1.3 Million in Snowmaking, Terrain Park Improvements for 2013-14"
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!"
The weekend’s almost here again, which can only mean one thing: it’s time for your Almost Weekend Update! In this week’s very special episode, Jordan goes helmet shopping, and communes with nature. It’s a special time to be at Loon, especially if you have birdseed.Read more "Almost Weekend Update 1/25"
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 From the words of Ralph Lewis, Director of Skiing Operations Snowmaking will continue into mid February and then we’ll reevaluate and see what the weather is doing. At this point, all snowmaking terrain is open and our main focus right now is to resurface all open terrain and concentrate on grooming. One […]Read more "Mountain Ops Update 2/9/12"