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Holiday Torchlight Parade & Santa Visit:
Join the Saddleback family on Friday, December 30 for a night of fun! While they were planning on this being today, the weather made it so Santa couldn’t come down from the north pole. Thankfully, he is able to be there the following Friday, December 30, and will be accompanied by the employee torchlight parade down Grey Ghost. This is free and open to anyone! For more information, click the link below.
Saddleback: 54 / 68 Trails Open
Sugarloaf: 60 / 162 Trails Open
Sunday River: 55 / 139 Trails Open
Pleasant Mountain: 15 / 47 Trails Open
Trail of the Day: Royal Tiger (Saddleback)
Make sure to add these events to your calendar to keep yourself up to date with the local happenings. Of course, you can always visit our events page which is constantly getting updated so you can know about the event before anyone else! Click here
|Event Name:||Start Date:||End Date:||Occurrence:|
|Christmas Vacation Week||December 26||December 30||Five Days|
|Holiday Torchlight Parade @ Saddleback||December 30||December 30||One Day|
|New Year’s Eve @ The Widowmaker||December 31||December 31||One Day|
|Vertical Challenge @ Saddleback||January 8||January 8||One Day|
|Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend||January 14||January 16||Three Days|
Have you visited the Saddleback Webcams? With three cameras scattered across the mountain, you’re guaranteed to get the best sunset. You could go back in time if you missed the best part. While you can catch some pretty amazing sunsets, you also are able to watch crews working. This past week, they strung the haul rope and the aXess gates are installed. Click the link below to watch them build the new Sandy Quad.
Yesterday was a treat if you were lucky enough to be out on the slopes. Think snow everyone – we need it! If you’re ripping it up on the slopes this winter, make sure to tag us on Twitter (@mainelyskiing) and we’ll repost!
If you’re planning on going out for tomorrow or Sunday, you might want to invest in some Gore-Tex if you haven’t already. Warm and dry is the name of the game. It’s shaping up to be a wet weekend and with the warm temps, snowpack gets affected. Don’t worry though, as man-made snow holds up better to rain and thaw events than natural snow.
Make sure to check out the Mountain Lift Status as the weather for this extended weekend might be interesting. Click the link below for more.
Stay dry, Mainely Skiers!