Well, skiing and riding has wrapped up at Cranmore for the 2014-15 winter - thank you to everyone for an amazing season! The snow was the best it has been in years and we saw many unforgettable powder days. From opening early, to a Thanksgiving storm, freshies from Juno & finally, an Easter Sunday snowfall, it was truly a success!
Not to worry, we'll be here all summer at our Mountain Adventure and Aerial Adventure Parks. Find summer hours of operation here.
Summer Season Passes are on sale for $129, for all ages! Zoom down the Mountain Coaster, reach for the sky on the Giant Swing, zip back and forth the Soaring Eagle Zipline, or hang out in the trees at our Aerial Adventure Park ropes course all summer long! Click here to purchase.
Plus, don't forget we host Arts Jubilee concerts outside at the mountain, throughout the summer. Click here for the schedule & rates.
See you this summer, and watch this space for Snow Reporting come November 2015!
P.S. 2015-16 winter season passes are on sale if you've got winter on the brain! Click here for rates & to purchase.
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Monday, January 19, 2015
Mother Nature treated us to some rain yesterday afternoon and overnight. The good news is that our snowmakers have built a great base of snow so our base depths were not greatly impacted.
Going into Tuesday we will fire up the system and complete snowmaking on Evergreen, Arlberg, Lower Arlberg and North Conway. By Thursday we expect to have these trails completed and as a result we will have 100% of our snowmaking terrain open by Saturday, January 24. In addition to snowmaking on these trails we will go back to Middle, the Summit, top of Schneider and add some more snow to our Beginner Basin/Terrain Based Learning Area. Refreshing these areas will greatly improve our snow surface for the weekend.
Cold temperatures return tonight and will stay with us all week so it looks like a very productive week of snowmaking ahead.
With all the challenges thrown our way this year, my compliments go out to our snowmaking and grooming team who have allowed us to have great skiing for a majority of this season.
So take some time to thank a snowmaker or groomer if you see them.
Thanks and I look forward to seeing everyone at the mountain soon.
President & GM