n the 90’s I was a quantity consumer. Probably because my kids were little and we made weekly trips to the store for diapers and formula. As the kids got older the diaper and formula money went to “anything princess” and Lego’s. I am ha
Take that Black Friday and Cyber Monday. You can't even buy a scarf for $12 and we are going to give you an entire day of skiing and riding for just 12 bucks. We dreamed up this deal of a lifetime to coincide with that extra special once in a lif
It feels great to be open and the first day jitters behind us. On day two the snow surfaces are just as good as yesterday, a little softer in some areas as the temps are a few degrees higher. And our groomers were able to widen the trails in a fe
After a morning of skiing my feedback to our staff is - thank you for exceeding my expectations! I hiked around the mountain earlier this week and knew that piecing the snow piles together would take some finesse. Our grooming team did an excell
I am relieved that we will open on Thanksgiving at 8 am. But I am also feeling a little uneasy because we had hoped to open with skiing and riding from the summit, with edge to edge coverage. In the end, things did not go according to plan.
I wanted to check back and let you know how our Sandy Relief is going. We are working on three fronts.
Fundraising: At the Mount Snow Valley Chamber of Commerce Gala $3,200 was raised. Over the weekend at our Launch Pad Rail Garden we raise
As I type, there are a few flurries swirling around outside my window - a good sign. And another good sign is that the 14 day forecast is not showing any significant warm ups. In fact, the meteorologists are saying that we are moving into averag
Last night we made the TOUGH decision to shut down snowmaking, with the exception of Launch Pad. It would have been an easier decision to continue snowmaking but sometimes you have to make the hard decision, knowing your decision will be extremely