Labrador Ski Report
Date effective: Feb 17, 2018 • Last modified: Feb 17 at 6:41 am
|Lifts open day / night||3 / 3|
|Lift hours||9a - 9p|
|Surface Conditions||Machine Groomed • Loose Granular|
|Base Depth||20-50 inches|
|New snow in last 24 hours||0"|
This report is effective 6:00 am Saturday, February 17th.
A bit of a February roller coaster lately, but were back to winter for the weekend. Both mountains remain buried and the skiing and snowboarding remain surprisingly good 😍
Labrador Mountain will be open Saturday, February 17th from 9 am to 9 pm with 3 lifts serving 18 trails. We are skiing and riding on a 20-50” base, with a machine groomed, loose granular surface…
Special notes for Saturday: Labfest 2018 is today. FUN STUFF FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY ALL DAY. And in The Last Run, Steve Roemer starts it off at 5 pm and then, all the way from Tully, THE VECTORS entertain from 7-10.
It’s currently 18 degrees and partly cloudy. The forecast for Saturday is increasing clouds with snow likely in the afternoon, highs in the low 30’s, winds light and variable.
Lots of stuff going on at both mountains… Get out of the house CNY. We know there’s no snow in YOUR backyard but there’s TONS of snow in OUR backyard and the skiing and snowboarding remain surprisingly good.
Remember, weather swings dictate that hours and conditions change fast on short notice. So, please, check back often for updates.
And, the “Inter-mountain Passport” is back for 2017-18. Full season passes at either mountain… Full reciprocity… No upgrades, no restrictions, NO RESORT FEES! AND OKEMO TOO! You literally get 3 mountains for the price of one… Check out the SEASON PASS LINK for all the details.
Thank you for visiting www.SkiCNY.com.
If this report is not current, please call 607-842-6204
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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!