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Wednesday, March 04, 2015

More Snow Tomorrow!

4-6 inches of new snow on the way = incredible skiing and riding conditions through the weekend.  March is often the BEST time to ski and ride, make plans to visit this weekend!

Hours:  Open with day and night sessions, 9am-9pm.    

Rates:  Midweek rates

Open Trails:  24 trails open – Outer Limits un-groomed. 

Lifts:  4 lifts open – Potato Patch, Blue Ridge Express, Big Acorn and Highlands Express. 

Surface:  40-70+ inch machine groomed and un-groomed base.

Terrain Park:  The Progression Park is open with: small down box, small flat box, long arm pole jam, 15ft flat rail, “A” frame box, flat down box, propane tank, up disco box, small jump, medium jump and medium hip. The Advanced Park is closed for rebuilding and should re-open Thursday. 

Tubing:  Open with sessions from 1:30p until 8:30pm.  Sessions often sellout, you can purchase tickets in advance here:

Ridgelys Fun Park:  Open Saturday and Sunday with sessions from 11am-4pm.   NOTE: RFP closes for the season after Sunday March 8th.

Snowmaking:  Cold temps and consistent natural snow are providing increasing base depths and great surface conditions.  With a ton of snow, we plan to ski and ride into late March.


Skiing and Riding:

3/2 – 3/8 - Normal day and night schedule.

3/9 – 3/12 - Day sessions only - Night skiing resumes over the weekend.

3/13 & 3/14 - Day and night sessions

3/15 - Day sessions only

3/16 – 3/19 - Closed – reopening over the weekend. 

3/20 – 3/22 - Day sessions only 

3/23 – 3/27 Closed – reopening for one final day on Saturday???

3/28 – TBD


3/2 – 3/8 - Normal day and night sessions.

3/9 – 3/12 - Closed

3/13 & 3/14 - Day and night tubing sessions

3/15 - Day tubing sessions only

3/16 – 3/19 - Closed  

3/20 – 3/22 - Day tubing sessions only 

3/23  - Closed for the season


Last Edited by Ski Admin on Wednesday, March 04, 2015

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