And you thought winter was over! The snow machines have been covering the slopes around the clock since the wee hours of Thursday, and should continue throughout Saturday. Natural snow began falling early this morning and has created a pretty back drop.
Expect ten slopes including Tom Terrific and Gunther’s Way to be covered with a fifteen to forty-five inch, man-made, packed powder, and frozen granular snow surface. The tubing park is open with three lanes, and all sessions are open. Six sessions of ice skating are also offered.
This Sunday, Sugar Bear celebrates his birthday and the Dick Trundy Sugar Cup competition honors the life of Sugar’s former director of operations, a two-star Marine Corp General. One-hundred percent of the entry fees goes to the American Cancer Society.
On Monday, March 6, customers will realize an automatic twenty-five percent savings on lift/slope tickets, lessons, and equipment rentals. Items throughout the ski shop are on sale, and winter value packages drop another notch in discounts and expand into weekends. On March 12, Sugar’s annual Easter egg hunt is open for youngsters twelve and under. A season pass valid for next winter is among the thousands of eggs scattered along the Lower Flying Mile slope.
View www.skisugar.com/cams for a real-time look at Sugar Mountain Resort’s spring-time fun.
For more information call 800-SUGAR-MT or visit www.skisugar.com.