Labrador Ski Report
Date effective: Feb 26, 2017 • Last modified: Feb 26 at 6:46 am
|Lifts open day / night||1-2/0|
|Lift hours||9am - 5pm|
|Surface Conditions||Machine Groomed • Loose Granular|
|New snow||1" - Still Snowing|
|Base Depth||8-44 inches|
|New snow in last 24 hours||1" - Still Snowing|
This report is effective 6:00 am Sunday, February 26th. What a ride! Temps in the high 60’s and now we’re back to the more seasonable 20’s. Gotta give credit to the snowmakers and the groomers. The skiing and snowboarding should be pretty darn good!
It’s currently 26 degrees and snowing nicely. The forecast for Sunday… lingering snow showers throughout the morning accumulating a couple inches of new snow, clearing skies in the afternoon, maybe a few peeks of sunshine, highs near 30 degrees.
Song Mountain and Labrador Mountain will both be open Sunday, February 26th from 9am to 5 pm with 1 – 2 lifts serving most if not all of the main trails. We are skiing and riding on an 8-44 inch base with a machine groomed loose granular surface.
Special notes for today: At LAB, just the Triple Chair will be operating, maybe the rope tow. Very little beginner terrain will be available. At Song, the Gunshy and the Triple Chair will be operating serving primarily the main trails. There is more beginner terrain available at Song than Lab. For BOTH MOUNTAINS 😍 we still have pant loads of snow, the groomers have been out, and the skiing and snowboarding will be surprisingly good. 😍
LAST DAY OF PRESIDENTS’ WEEK…You just gotta get out of the house CNY!
Things change fast in our snow belt, so please, CHECK BACK OFTEN FOR UPDATES.
So, as Thanksgiving goes, the rest of the season goes. Song & Lab, first to open, last to close. Your choice really is easy…
And of course, the “Inter-mountain Passport” is back for 2016-17. Full season passes at either mountain… Full reciprocity… No upgrades, no restrictions, NO RESORT FEES! You literally get 2 mountains for the price of one… 2016-17 season passes are on sale now. Check out the SEASON PASS LINK for all the details.
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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!