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Not Done Yet: Boyne Blows Spring Snow at Eastern Resorts

Not Done Yet: Boyne Blows Spring Snow at Eastern Resorts
Sunday River Snowmaking
Snow guns are turned back on at Sugarloaf, Sunday River and Loon—because spring skiing should be a right, not a privilege.

SKI Mag’s East Coast staff needed to squeeze in a trip to Sugarloaf before the lifts close this spring. Running out of both time and snow, we were nervous, but thanks to an unprecedented initiative by Boyne Resorts’ three New England resorts, we’re in luck.

 Michigan-based Boyne announced last week that it had turned the snow guns back on for a late-season burst that ensures good spring conditions at Sugarloaf, Sunday River and Loon Mountain. Good for them. (See the press release below.)

Village Of Loon Mountain

Village Of Loon Mountain
Village of Loon
A great ski vacation destination with all the amenities of home

Located adjacent to Loon Mountain, this resort offers visitors all the amenities of home, plus a little on the side. Each of their spacious one, two, or three bedroom units offers a full kitchen, fireplace, living room, and deck to make your stay away from home a little easier. Combined with 4 pools (2 indoor, 2 outdoor), 4 hot tubs (3 indoor, 1 outdoor), and a health and exercise club, you’ll have plenty of ways to unwind. $99-$319; 603-745-3401.

Loon Mountain, NH

A White Mountain beauty heralds the Northeast's largest expansion in almost a quarter-century.

Approaching Loon, discerning skiers instinctively rubberneck the steep cleft of Franconia Notch in New Hampshire's rugged White Mountains. Some eye the stark white slide paths on Liberty and Lafayette peaks, wondering if they're skiable. More reasonable types look for remnants of the Old Man of the Mountain, a rock formation that succumbed to gravity a few years back.

Loon, New Hampshire: Rank 7 East, 1997


Jack of all trades, master of none, Loon makes no boasts about having the longest, widest or steepest anything in New England.

2003 Number 20 Resort in the East: Waterville Valley, N.H


Listen closely to the mantra of Waterville Valley's staff, and you'll hear what the resort is all about: "Cool, easy and playful." Waterville may not have the urban vibe of nearby sister-resort Loon or the blood-and-guts steeps of its big-mountain neighbor Cannon, but it does have something that's hard to find in today's ski world: a multi-generational soul.

Boston: The Details


Everything you need to know about Boston.

SKIING's Boot Testers


Here are the folks behind the boot test: the testers. Here, also, are their stories.

Big Air Vacation


Looking to do some learning when school is out between Christmas and New Years? Probably not, unless you are attending Dan Egan's Big Air Vacation Camp.

How Many Hot Dogs Can You Eat?


Get wild in New Hampshire this weekend with Glen Plake at Loon and Waterville Valley.

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