Labrador Mountain
6935 Route 91, Truxton, NY 1315 - Map
GPS 42.44° N 76.01° W
(607) 842-6204

  • Today

    29° / 34° Rain And Snow
  • Tomorrow

    29° / 44° Partly Cloudy

Labrador Ski Report

Date effective: Jan 17, 2022 • Last modified: Jan 17 at 6:32 am

Trails Open 7
Lifts open day / night 2 / 2
Lift hours 9a-9p
Surface Conditions Powder • Machine Groomed • Packed Powder
New snow 5-6"
Snowmaking No
Base Depth 18-48" inches
New snow in last 24 hours 5-6"



This report is effective 6:30 AM, Monday, January 17th.

Winter storm IZZY delivered as promised… A nice fresh 6” blanket so far with another 6” of lake effect expected before evening. Remember our COVID motto… “OUTDOORS is in, and INDOORS is out!”

It’s currently 27 degrees with light snow. The forcast for Monday… Snow showers in the morning becoming heavier in the afternoon, temperatures steady in the high twenties, chance of snow 100%. A little powder, a bunch of groomers, temps in the 20’s… It just might be the best day of the season. The skiing and riding will be simply outstanding!

Labrador Mountain is open Monday, January 17th from 9 AM to 9 PM with the Triple and the Badger chairs servicing 8++ trails. Izzy should open a bunch of new trails as well. We are skiing and riding on an 18-48” base with a powder and machine groomed, packed powder surface. Kids’ Towne will operate out of the Children’s Center. The Puffin Bird opens at 11 AM.

Snowmaking at both mountains has really been REALLY cranking out the snow and will continue around the clock whenever conditions permit. And NOW we get IZZY’s new snow to freshen everything up… BADDA BING!

It’s very important for everyone to check back often for updates. And of course, keep praying for snow and cold…

Hours change fast on short notice, especially this winter. PLEASE CHECK BACK OFTEN FOR UPDATES.

Operating hours at both mountains are posted at “Hours Of Operation 7 Days Out”.


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If this report is not current, please call 607-842-6204





Trail Level Day Night Lighted
1 Glade Most difficult Closed Closed No
2 Midnight Express Most difficult Closed Closed No
3 Ptarmigan Most difficult Closed Closed Yes
4 No Name Most difficult Closed Closed No
5 Upper Crossover Easiest Closed Closed Yes
6 Crossover Easiest Closed Closed Yes
7 Cut Throat Most difficult Closed Closed Yes
8 Jacopie Most difficult Open Open Yes
9 Upper Muzzle More difficult Open Open Yes
10 Char Run Easiest Closed Closed No
11 Grenfel More difficult Closed Closed No
12 Slack Waters Easiest Open Open Yes
13 Lower Muzzle More difficult Open Open Yes
14 NASTAR Area More difficult Open Open Yes
15 Red Wine More difficult Closed Closed No
16 White Wine More difficult Closed Closed Yes
17 Minipi Rapids More difficult Open Open Yes
18 Lower Lookout More difficult Closed Closed No
19 Upper Lookout More difficult Closed Closed Yes
20 Chute Easiest Closed Closed Yes
21 Badger Most difficult Open Open Yes
22 Razor Back Easiest Closed Closed Yes
23 Terrain Park Most difficult Closed Closed Yes
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Please note: Ski conditions change constantly

Ski conditions change because of changing weather, including sun, wind, precipitation, and temperature changes; skier traffic and use; and all operations conducted by a ski area, including grooming and snowmaking. You are encouraged to seek out the “Warning to Skiers” posted at the ski area. Always ski in control to ski safely!