Sunday, April 12 - 8:20pm
Good evening skiers and riders! As of Sunday, April 12th we are now closed for the 2014-2015 ski and snowboard season.
As the season comes to a close, we'd like to thank you for joining us on the slopes, no matter if you were here once or 100 times! We were fortunate to have an epic season with several snowstorms, ideal temperatures for massive amounts of snowmaking, and unseasonally cooler weather that kept the snow on the slopes later in the season! What makes our season even better is watching skiers and riders make Hunter Mountain memories with us! Prepare for next season and get your 2015-16 Season Pass now before rates increase, plus get a FREE Lift Ticket for every GOLD Pass purchase before 4/30! We're offering NEW season passes this year, all of which come with benefits, so make sure you check them out!
If you think you'll miss us as much as we'll miss you, remember that we're a four season resort with numerous festivals, concerts, and fun events all spring, summer, and fall! Two weekends from now, April 25 & 26, marks the 18th annual TAP New York Craft Beer and Food Festival! TAP is the largest and longest-running NYS craft beer festival, with 100+ NYS craft breweries pouring 350+ NYS craft beers! Combine that with mouth-watering creations from the History of the Sandwich themed cuisine, and you've got a taste-bud explosion waiting to happen! As always, both days of the event also feature live music, cooking demonstrations, and specialty vendors. Grab your tickets online in advance for the discounted rate!
See you on the slopes!
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.