It's spring, but it's awfully hard to tell here at Sugarloaf. We're buried across the entire mountain, including Brackett Basin and the Snowfields, which has us in great shape for this weekend's Pond Skimming and the upcoming 25th Annual Bud Light Reggae Festival.
It might say spring on your calendar, but here at Sugarloaf we've received nearly two feet of new snow in just the past seven days, and we're skiing and riding on 147 trails covering 1084 acres - the most open terrain east of the Rocky Mountains.
We may have set the clocks ahead already, but winter is far from over here at Sugarloaf. We're still buried in snow, and, with temps in the single digits last night, we fired up the snowguns for a late-season round of snowmaking to beef up base depths for spring skiing.