Snow Conditions Report

Updated: Apr 10, 2016, 2:52 pm
  • 0Groomed Trails
  • 0Snowmaking Trails
  • 0"avg base depth
New Snow:
0"12 hr
0"24 hr
0"48 hr
0"7 day
  • Primary Surface--
  • Secondary Surface--
Latest Photo: Even at the end, Vader kept his mask on. #MonsterMudRun #maythe4thbewithyou #StarWarsDay
Right Now:
  • 52° Base
  • /
  • 42° Loon Peak
3-day forecast TODAY Partly Sunny high of 40
  MONDAY Mostly Cloudy high of 45
  TUESDAY Rain Showers high of 45

Mountain Report

Put a fork in it, folks. The 2015/16 season is officially done.

It wasn't the snowiest year, or the coldest, but you still helped make it a great winter for us. From November 25 to April 10, you took time out of your busy schedules to come ski, ride, and have fun with us. Whether it was below zero and snowing or 60 degrees and raining, you were here. For that, we're immensely thankful.

We're also grateful for our snowmakers, who made snow pretty much nonstop from mid-November to late March. The wild and unpredictable weather forced them to work twice as hard this year, but their work paid off. For the vast majority of the winter, we were able to offer up the most open terrain in New Hampshire - sometimes double the skiable acreage of any other resort in the state. If you're not done skiing and riding yet, I'm happy to tell you that our sister resorts in Maine, Sugarloaf and Sunday River, plan to remain open a bit longer. Be sure to head on up there and say hi for us!

Tickets & Passes
I know that next season seems like a long way off, but you should really think about getting your New England Pass now to lock in a low springtime rate. You can also take advantage of our Easy Pay Plan, where you'll put just $50 down now and pay the rest in 4 installments this summer. And, of course, you can't forget about theM.A.X. Pass, which offers 5 days of skiing and riding each at 25 resorts across North America. Be sure to get your M.A.X. Pass by May 2 to lock in the best rate.

Summer!
Our snowmakers will be back at work before you know it. But we've got a ton of fun summer events and activities to enjoy before that happens. Get here this summer to try our Aerial Forest Adventure Park, go for a zipline over the Pemigewasset River, or take a scenic Gondola ride to the summit.

You should also check out our summer events:

June 24-26 |New England Brewfest
The ultimate craft beer weekend, with more than 100 beers on tap from 30+ regional breweries. 

July 4 | Loon Mountain Race
Named 'Most Competitive Hillclimb' by Runner's World Magazine, this race is an aerobic monster, ascending 2,200 feet in 6.6 miles. 

July 9 | Monster Mud Run
A fast and filthy 5k with more than 20 fun and challenging obstacles. Kids can get in on the muddy action during the Mini Monsters Race!

August 6 | Touch-A-Truck
Get up close and personal with snow cats, backhoes, telehandlers, and a whole bunch of other serious machines that keep Loon running through all four seasons. This event is free and benefits the Lin-Wood Skate Park.

September 16-18 | New Hampshire Highland Games & Festival
One of the largest Scottish festivals in the country, the Highland Games will feature top Scottish bands, classic Highlander cuisine, Scottish heavy athletics, and dozens of other unique cultural attractions.

October 8-9 | White Mountain Oktoberfest
Get a taste of the Bavarian Alps right here at Loon Mountain during White Mountain Oktoberfest, the area's largest celebration of German food, drink and culture.

Social
Remember to like Loon Mountain Resort on Facebook, and follow @loonmtn on Twitter and @loonpov on Instagram for all the latest info on events and operations over the next few months. 

We'll see you this summer,

-Greg

Winter Hours

Mon.-Fri.:
9:00a-4:00p

Weekends/Holidays:
8:00a-4:00p

For complete hours of all our activities, click here.

Watch the latest video
Video: Season Recap

Conditions may vary with weather and skier/snowboarder traffic. Be aware of changing conditions. This report is updated twice daily (morning & afternoon) and more frequently as changes on the mountain dictate. This report reflects conditions as of the time and date noted and is subject to change at any time. Conditions subsequent to the time and date of this report may be different. Lifts and trails may open or close due to weather, usage or maintenance. Reports posted after 2 p.m. reflect what is predicted for the next day and are subject to change the next morning. If a trail is marked as 'groomed,' that means that it has been groomed within the past 12 hours. If a trail is marked as 'snowmaking,' this means that it either currently has snowmaking operations underway or has been subject to snowmaking within the past 12 hours.

Turn Your Ticket into a Pass!
Loon Magazine