Mountain Information Loon Mountain Snow Conditions, Weather, Lifts & Trail Grooming
Mountain Report Summary - December 4, 2013 01:54:15 PM
» Last 24 hours: 0 inches
» Last 48 hours: 0 inches
» Last 7 days: 1 inches
Primary surface: Loose Granular
Secondary surface: Variable Conditions
Avg. base depth: 6-12 inches
Snowmaking: 0 trails (last 12 hours)
Grooming: 20 trails
Tree Terrain open: 0 areas
Snow Tubing: Closed
Base Temp.: 29.9°F
Summit Temp.: 28.8°F
WED: Partly Sunny, high of 36
Weather Forecast: THU: Showers, high of 38
FRI: Mixed Precipitation, high of 36
Snow Reporter's Comments
The sun was a little shy this morning but came out of its shell for the afternoon, but regardless of the sun conditions have been pretty great. Tomorrow looks like it will be a little wet with some showers possible so come prepared with a poncho or trash bag, just in case.
A little bit of water falling from the sky never hurt anyone and it certainly won't be hurting us. We'll still have the most open terrain in New Hampshire - 21 trails and 140 acres with 3 lifts running including the Gondola, North Peak Quad, and Sarsaparilla Carpet.
Temperatures should be dropping by Friday night which means our snowmakers will be back in action and very busy. Once our snowguns are back doing what they do best (blasting snow, duh) you could see some new terrain opening up so be sure to keep checking here for updates!
The park on Lower Picked Rock is back, with three features this time around! There's a down rail, small jump, and barrel jib. There is also a park containing a flat box for beginner/intermediate riders by the Little Sister lift, and the Cease and Desist setup outside the Mountain Club is also open. The upper half of LMP is currently open without features, but we hope to build something in there soon.
If you haven’t purchased your New England Pass
yet, it's time to get in gear! You can't go wrong with one of these passes, since they give you access to three premier New England resorts, one of the longest seasons in the northeast, and plenty of other perks.
And if you’re not ready to get a season pass, you should consider getting a Frequent Skier Card
. For a few bucks more than a regular lift ticket, you’ll get a free lift ticket, plus savings of up to $25 per lift ticket for the rest of the season. It pays for itself in just two days, so you should seriously think about getting one.
Shopping for new gear? Get here for Demo Day on Dec. 14 and try all the latest gear from Salomon, Head, K2, Dynastar, Line, Blizzard, Nordica, and more. For just $10, plus a valid lift ticket or season pass, you'll be able to try as much new gear as you'd like.
Village Ski and Sport will also provide telemark demo skis and boots in Governor's Pavilion, with Loon providing lessons for $45.00. Lessons will be offered at 9:00am, 10:30am, and 12:30pm. Lessons will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Participants must be 18+ and have a valid driver's license. Demo Day runs from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Governor Adams Lodge.
Conditions may vary with weather and skier/snowboarder traffic. Be aware of changing conditions. This report is updated twice daily (morning & afternoon) and more frequently as changes on the mountain dictate. This report reflects conditions as of the time and date noted and is subject to change at any time. Conditions subsequent to the time and date of this report may be different. Lifts and trails may open or close due to weather, usage or maintenance. Reports posted after 2 p.m. reflect what is predicted for the next day and are subject to change the next morning. If a trail is marked as ‘groomed,’ that means that it has been groomed within the past 12 hours. If a trail is marked as ‘snowmaking,’ this means that it either currently has snowmaking operations underway or has been subject to snowmaking within the past 12 hours.
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