Snow Conditions Report

Updated: Mar 30, 2017, 8:04 am
  • 40Groomed Trails
  • 0Snowmaking Trails
  • 20-30"avg base depth
New Snow:
0"12 hr
0"24 hr
0"48 hr
6"7 day
  • Primary SurfaceMachine Groomed
  • Secondary SurfaceVariable Conditions
Latest Photo: '80s Day + Pow Day = Yes. #loonsnow #80sdayloon
Right Now:
  • 40° Base
  • /
  • 32° Loon Peak
3-day forecast TODAY Partly Cloudy high of 43
  FRIDAY Snow Showers high of 35
  SATURDAY Partly Cloudy high of 36

Mountain Report

Good morning skiers and riders! It looks like we'll have another fun day with some mixed conditions on the mountain. Due to the mild temps at the bottom and cold temps up top we'll have a mix of some firm, fast snow up higher and some soft, buttery snow on the bottom.

We're expecting a partly cloudy day today with a high of 43 at the base and 29 at the summit. We have tons of terrain to shred still, and our tree skiing trails have been super fun with lots of snow. Good news, we are in the forecast for snow showers tomorrow! Some fresh powder and 80's day, I can't think of a better weekend?

Get up here today and you'll get to enjoy 51 trails and 280 acres of skiing and riding. We'll have 6 lifts running at 9 a.m. and lots of corduroy to get first tracks on. Don't forget, if you're planning on buying next year's New England Pass don't wait- buy in full now and use it to ski or ride the rest of this season!

Spring Deals

2017/18 Season Passes are on sale now at Spring Sale prices through April 30. If you pay for your pass in full, you can ski FREE this spring, now through the end of this season (on days when your pass is valid) OR choose the Easy Pay option, lock in the lowest price for just $50 down and then pay the balance over the summer. Either way, you'll save, get access to great skiing & riding and you'll be all set for next winter! 

In other news, 2017/18 M.A.X. Passes are on sale now! The M.A.X. Pass (Multi-Alpine Experience) is the largest pass in North America, giving you 5 days each at 44 mountains across North America - including Loon! That's a total of 220 days of skiing and riding at your favorite resorts in the East, West and everywhere in between.


Check lift ticket prices and you can save by purchasing your tickets now before you visit. The earlier you purchase, the more you can save!

Sunday afternoons are another great time to save with $45 tickets that start at noon. Get yours today and save!

Terrain Parks

Drop into three parks, including Loon Mountain Park and Springboard. The Superpipe - NH's only - is open and was just cut using our Zaugg 18-ft pipe cutter. 

Full Park Report » 


April 1: '80s Day
Celebrate the raddest decade of the 20th Century with big hair, big air, and bold fashion choices. It's all capped off with a legendary après-ski performance from ‘80s cover band Fast Times under the giant slopeside concert tent.

April 8: Slushpool and Wet Tug-O-War
A spring tradition here at Loon, the Slushpool Party is a magical event in which skiers and riders try (and most often fail) to skim across a pond of ice-cold water. And don't forget about the Wet Tug-O-War, a back-and-forth battle where randomly-formed teams of 8 try to pull their competitors into the icy cold Slushpool.


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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.

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