Loon joins the growing list of ski areas OPEN for business…
New England Snow Report November 8, 2013 9:00am
A big welcome to Loon Mtn as they join the list of OPEN New England Ski Areas! They’re telling everyone to “Put down that danish and grab your gear, because we’re opening for the season today!” Seriously? A dansih? Any self respecting Northeasterner is eating nothing but Dunkin’s Coffee this early. Loon has 5 trails, 2 lifts, and an average base depth of 8″. If you’re driving from southern NH or the greater Boston area, Loon may be your destination of choice. With early season lift prices, you’ll save enough on gas to afford one of those danishes they’re talking about. Send photos to us on twitter @zimmermannsNH
is all everyone is talking about! Yes, we’ve seen that they are open. Yes, we know its snowing there. Yes, we cannot wait to ride it. 2 Zimmermann’s scouts have been sent to Killington to get a first person assessment of the conditions, but for all intents and purposes Killington is killing it. With 8 trails, 2 lifts, and 4 webcams open – if you’ve got the time to drive – Killington is the best early season destination. Lift tickets are still just $49.00 for adults. Mixed reports of a recent dusting have reached the Zimmermann’s New England Snow Report team, but for now consider Killington a man-made snow miracle. Enjoy!
Woodbury Ski Area
in Woodbury, CT reports virtually no change in open trails, snow making, or snow conditions. YET onthesnow.com is still listing them as one of the 4 open ski areas in New England. Zimmermann’s New England Snow Report Team (ZNEST) is beginning to suspect a technical error somewhere in the pipeline. We recommend exercising extreme caution when committing to this resort as a destination.
makes the New England Snow Report as open for weekend skiing ONLY. However – dubious photos and rumors have been circulating the internet for example. Friendly and helpful, the Sunday River staff was uncertain about the conditions of their trails for the upcoming weekend (11/2 – 11/3). Only time will tell. Equally frustrating, as of 9:00am this morning, the Sunday River Snow Phone has not been updated since last Sunday.