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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.)

[ Mon, 2009-11-02 12:20 ]
Sugarloaf Resort
Frequent Skier Card offers deals at three New England resorts, plus a few other Boyne-owned mountains


EAST: Labor Day Gear and Season Pass Sales


The New England Pass: Sunday River, Sugarloaf, and Loon Mountain

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16th Anniversary Labor Day Super Clearance Sale at Wachusett Mountain

The Maine Pass Early Season Pricing Deadline Friday, Nov. 30


Time is short for skiers and riders looking to save on The Maine Pass valid at Sunday River and Sugarloaf.

Sunday River Opens Early


Sunday River will be the first northeastern resort to open for the 2007-08 season.

Boyne USA Resorts Announces Coast-to-Coast Expansion


Boyne USA's acquisitions are expected to increase company skier days to 3.6 million.

American Skiing Company Announces Sale of Sunday River and Sugarloaf Resorts


Boyne USA to aquire Sunday River and Sugarloaf in $77 million transaction.

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