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: Apr 4, 2022 • Last modified: Apr 4 at 7:30 am

Trails Open 0
Lifts open day / night 0 / 0
Lift hours Closed for the season.
Surface Conditions
New snow 0"
Snowmaking No
New snow in last 24 hours 0"



This report is effective 7:00 AM, Monday, April 4th.

Was March like a lion or a lamb? Or was it just another CNY holy roller coaster Batman? Maybe it was just like to whole 2021-22 season.

With both a sunny Saturday and a snowy Sunday, this past weekend was just a particularly fine finish to a particularly fine season. After 89 days of some really outstanding skiing and snowboarding, Song and Labrador are now officially closed for the season.

Only a few spring cleaning items remain. First, the spring season season pass sale ends this Friday at midnight. Through Friday, April 8th, no inflationary price increase, a 2022-23 buddy pass, and a $25 voucher to Song’s now famous Heuga’s Alpine. Second, due to ongoing COVID-19 deep cleaning and some locker room renovations, please clean out your locker no later than Friday, April 29th. Song’s office is open Mon through Friday from 9 AM to 4 PM.

Third and finally, Heuga’s Alpine reopens for the summer with a new menu Thursday, April 21st. And don’t forget to make reservations for Heuga’s first Mother’s Day Brunch, Sunday, May 8th. Visit HeugasAlpine.com for details.

Everyone here at Song and Labrador sincerely appreciate all our patrons who traveled to Song and Labrador this winter. We all wish you and yours a happy, safe, healthy, and properous summer…

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

And a reminder for all... 2022-23 Season Passes are ON SALE NOW. Beat any price increase and get a "Buddy Pass" TOO, PLUS PLUS A $25 voucher to Song's now famous Heuga's Alpine.
See the link below.

- - - VERY IMPORTANT LINKS - - -
2022-23 SEASON PASS LINK
SkiCNY.com GIFT CARD LINK

Thank you for visiting www.SkiCNY.com.

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 Closed Closed Yes
9 Upper Muzzle More difficult Closed Closed Yes
10 Char Run Easiest Closed Closed No
11 Grenfel More difficult Closed Closed No
12 Slack Waters Easiest Closed Closed Yes
13 Lower Muzzle More difficult Closed Closed Yes
14 NASTAR Area More difficult Closed Closed Yes
15 Red Wine More difficult Closed Closed No
16 White Wine More difficult Closed Closed Yes
17 Minipi Rapids More difficult Closed Closed 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 Closed Closed 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!