We are having a great day out on the slopes. There is a lot of snow up here. Don't forget to set those clocks ahead an hour tonight for daylight savings time. If you need it, take an extra hour of sleep in the morning but the slopes will open at 9a and the latest forecast has the sun joining us tomorrow.
After a full day of skiing make sure to stop by the edge for some dinner and stick around for live music by The John Spear Band playing some Blues.
Don't forget about the silent disco at the Terrace Cafe at 6pm as well as family game night.
Go to bed early so you don't lose that hour of sleep. That way you will get the fresh turns in at 9am. See you tomorrow!
It's a winter wonderland up here this morning. We got about 4" of fresh snow yesterday and the slopes are in some of the best shape of the season. We have all of our slopes open and will be skiing and riding from 9a-9p. For you night skiing fans today will be the last day of night skiing for the season. Starting tomorrow we will be operating from 9a-5p through at least the 17th.
We have so much snow up here for this time of the year. It truly doesn't look like we're nearing the end. The Nature Foundation will be hosting there annual pancake breakfast this morning. Enjoy real maple syrup over fresh pancakes and support The Nature Foundation's research and educational programs at the same time. We will have a bonfire from 5-7pm on the Blue Ridge Terrace. There is a silent disco at the terrace cafe at 6 as well as family game night.
We hope to see you out on the slopes today. Nobody should miss out on conditions these good in March. Have a great day!Last Edited by Mountain Messenger on Saturday, March 09, 2019