If you have been out skiing or riding this week, you have probably seen a little of everything….. 10 days ago we were skiing powder, then some wet granular, back to loose granular then to Machine Groomed loose granular. The past few days have seen a real swing in temperatures. Now that the temperatures have gotten colder, the snowmakers have been hard at work.
Resurfacing has been the main focus, but so has heading to new terrain. We have tried to balance the attack with heavy snowmaking happening over on Tuckered Out as well as the snowmakers were working on Promenade, Ledgewood and Kettle Brook to get them all open. We also made on the main line trails from the summit. The plan will be to go to Easy Street & Home Stretch along with going to Punch Line and resurfacing Defiance.
The weather looks like we will have a warm up for the weekend which will probably affect snowmaking. After the weekend a new cold front will be dropping in and with that we will head toward the Super Pipe and some of the terrain parks. There is a need for more snow on Black Out to put in some features as well as some new snow on Nor’easter to add some character in the Super Park. Also on the list will be the lower half of Timberline, Big Bang and eventually Upper and Lower Fall Line.
Because of all this aggressive Snowmaking and the committment to snowmaking with the purchase of over $1 Million in equipment, Okemo is leading New England with the most skiing and riding.
Most Trails open-74 Trails
Most Lifts open - 18 Lifts
Most Miles open- 28.1 mile
Most Acres open - 445 acres
With the New Year coming all of us here at Okemo wanted to wish you a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year. Here is to great snowmaking weather, sunny skies and lot of skiing and riding days.
Let me know how we are doing. Email at email@example.com