Greetings from Hunter Mountain!
Welcome to the 2014-15 Season and Happy Thanksgiving! We will be closed today but will reopen tomorrow, November 28th at 9am with 12 trails serviced by 4 lifts. Last night into this morning winter storm Cato dumped nearly a foot of snow at the Mountain! With temperatures ideal for snow making, our snow making crew will be working hard to cover more trails to make Friday one for the books. As tempting as fresh powder is, we want to remind skiers and riders to please stay on open trails only.Can't wait to see you Friday!
Lift tickets at the window will be $58 this weekend. Save money when you purchase your lift tickets in advance online !
If you don't have a Big Lift Card yet, now is the time to purchase one. Get 50% off Friday's Lift Ticket (as well as all midweek days) and score up to three lift tickets with your purchase before November 30th
See you soon!
-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.