Good afternoon skiers and riders!
We will be open tomorrow, Saturday December 20, 2014 from 8:30am to 4pm with 40+ trails serviced by 8 lifts.
We will continue making snow as temperatures permit and will open more terrain accordingly. Don't forget to save money on daily lift tickets by purchasing online in advance!
Only 6 MORE DAYS to ski or ride 3 times for less than $47 a day! The 3X Card is available online only until Decmeber 24th! Get your card here!
This Saturday check out live music at the Main Bar with T'bazco Road. The band starts at 4pm!
Calling all snowboarders, this Sunday celebrate World Snowboard Day 2014 at Hunter Mountain! Not a snowboarder yet? This is the perfect opportunity to learn! Get 50% off a snowboard Progression Session lesson Sunday, 12/21/14 only. Click here to purchase and enter promo code wsd14.For all riders, take part in our World Snowboard Day instagram contest! Post your best photo on the mountain Sunday and hashtag #huntermtnWSD14 for a chance to win sweet swag!
See you on the snow!
-Your Friends at Hunter Mountain
Our trail rating system rates each trail against other trails at our area only. All trails are rated from their summit location in comparison to other trails at the same starting point. The easier rating does not always mean easy skiing. Caution must be used in selecting trails that are not beyond your ability. Trail conditions may become difficult due to weather or skier/snowboarder use. Skiing and snowboarding are dangerous sports that can result in serious injury or death. Remember, you must always be in control.
These general surface conditions apply only at the time of this report. Check morning and afternoon trail reports and latest weather reports for updated information. Hunter Mountain management advises skiers and snowboarders that trail conditions vary constantly due to weather changes, grooming, snowmaking and skier/boarder use. Ice, bare spots, variations in terrain, moguls, rocks, forest growth, lift towers, snowmaking equipment and other obstacles and hazards, including other skiers/boarders, exist throughout the area.