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Conditions Summary

Updated 9:28pm, Saturday 22nd November 2014



Hours of Operation: 9am-4pm
Lifts Running 2
Trails Open 6
Snow Conditions Packed Powder
Acres Open 20
Approx. Base Depth 6-18 inches
New Snow 24 hrs/72 hrs 0" / 0"
Season Snowfall Total 3"
NASTAR CLOSED

Snow Reporter's Comments

Winter is here! With favorable cold temperatures, our Snowmageddon Team has been hard at work making winter happen.  These cold temperatures has allowed us to open an entire week earlier then planned, making it one of the earliest openings in our history and it’s all made possible thanks to all the snowmaking upgrades we have had over the last few years and the hard work of our snowmaking team.

 

We are open with top to bottom skiing and riding on 6 trails (novice terrain) and 2 lifts spinning today from 9am-4pm.  The weather looks to be partly sunny, with highs in the upper 40's making it a great day to get out there and make some turns.  Swing by Legends Grill for some lunch, and then stop in Zip's Pub for apres, both serving through the weekend.

 

After this weekend, we will close midweek to maximize snowmaking.  We will reopen for Thanksgiving Weekend on November 28, 29 and 30 for skiing and tubing and the Mountain Adventure Park.  Look for additional open terrain as we could open up to 22 more acres of skiable terrain including South Slope, Schneider and Artist Falls.  

 

Lift ticket rates for this weekend are $29 for adults and $19 for teens and juniors.  As always, children 5 and under ski for free.  Lifts will run from 9am-4pm.  Ski and snowboard Rentals will be available. 

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Join us Saturday, November 29th, In Zip's Pub and Grille from 3pm-5pm for our annual Homecoming event!  This year's Homecoming includes live music in Zip's Pub from local musician, Ryan St. Onge, a brew fest with sampling from Longtrail, Shed, Shocktop, Tuckermans, Seadog, Gansette, Sam Adams and Angry Orchard, Moat and Blue Moon, a trail sign auction, and a premier of Warren Miller's latest film, No Turning Back at 6:15pm.  Tickets for the film are $10 and will be available at the door or online here

 

2014-2015 Season Passes are now on sale, and Cranmore offers many different options when it comes to finding the best season pass for your needs.  From multi mountain, to college passes, to any day and limited options, there is something for everyone.  Click here to find yours today!

 

Give the gift of Cranmore this holiday season with a Cranmore Value Card or Cranmore Gift Card.  Purchase yours online here


Think cold weather and snow! 


We'll see you on the slopes.


Your friends at Cranmore


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Base Temp at Time of Report 34
Current Weather partly cloudy

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November 22 Update

Saturday, November 22

 

Today we opened for skiing and riding which marked the start of our 77th season of operation.  November 22 is one of the earliest dates we have opened in our history thanks to aggressive snowmaking this last week.  We opened 6 trails and 20 acres of skiing after approximately 4 to 5 productive days of snowmaking.  In addition to the trails we have open this weekend, we have stockpiled snow on the South Slope, Schneider Pitch, Beginner Basin and Artist Falls and we hope to add these trails on Friday, November 28.  This will give us about 42 acres of skiing with two top to bottom runs.  Two top to bottom runs for Thanksgiving Weekend is truly a first for us. 

 

As I write this at 1pm on Saturday, the sun is popping out of the clouds and temps have warmed.  We have shut down snowmaking for now and plan to restart in the middle of this coming week.

 

If you plan to visit over the Thanksgiving Weekend you will see snowmaking in progress on Upper Hurricane, Middle, the North Slope, the Alley and Upper Beginner’s Luck.

 

I look forward to seeing everyone soon!

 

Ben Wilcox

President & GM 


Lifts


Lift Open Lift Open
Skimobile Express Quad C-more Double
South Quad Flying Carpet
Lookout Triple Magic Carpet
Schneider Triple

Easier Trails


Trail Open Groomed Snowmaking
Last 24 Hrs
Trail Open Groomed Snowmaking
Last 24 Hrs
Beginner Basin Lower Gibson
Lower Beginners Luck Macaroni
Upper Beginners Luck Outta Luck
Chinstrap Rockhopper
Easy Street Snow Train
Emperor South Slope
Gentoo        
Gibson        

More Difficult Trails


Trail Open Groomed Snowmaking
Last 24 Hrs
Trail Open Groomed Snowmaking
Last 24 Hrs
Arlberg Lower Koessler
Artist Falls Lower Schneider
Bandit Lower Skimeister
Competition Slope Lucky Pitch
The Alley North Slope
East Slope Quad Chute
Evergreen Rattlesnake
Jimmy's Run Roundabout
K-Connector Schneider
Kandahar Skimeister
Lower Arlberg Lower Tommy's Trail
Lower East Slope Upper Tommy's Trail
Lower Hurricane Zip's Trail

Most Difficult Trails


Trail Open Groomed Snowmaking
Last 24 Hrs
Trail Open Groomed Snowmaking
Last 24 Hrs
Gibson Pitch Middle
Hurricane North Conway
Koessler Split Decision

Lower Kandahar The Ledges

Glades - Most Difficult


Trail Open Trail Open
Beech Black Forest
Pipeline Stemboggen
Red Pine Gibson Chutes
Jughandle Treemeister

Freestyle Terrain

Park Open Park Open
Director's Cut Skier/Boarder Cross The Reel
Matinee Upper Double Feature
Lower Double Feature    
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