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: Dec 15, 2019 • Last modified: Dec 15 at 7:00 am

Trails Open 3
Lifts open day / night 1 / 0
Lift hours 9a-4:30p
Surface Conditions Machine Groomed • Packed Powder
New snow 3"
Snowmaking No
Base Depth 12-38" inches
New snow in last 24 hours 3"



This report is effective 6:30 am Sunday, December 15th. You know the nice part of about weather in CNY? If you don’t like it… WAIT A MINUITE. Late afternoon yesterday, the dirty little ‘R’ word switched over to snow right on cue. We received 3” of new snow overnight, it’s now 30 degrees and snowing lightly 😎 I TOLD you to wait till Sunday!

Both Song and Lab will be open Sunday, December 15th from 9 am to 4:30 pm. The triple chair at Labrador will be serving top to bottom Jacobie, Upper Muzzel and Lower Muzzel. The Gunshy chair at Song will be serving the Bunny Hop and Lower Stormy Weather. We are skiing and riding on a 12-38” base with a machine groomed, packed powder surface. No lessons at Labrador but, beginner learn-to-ski packages and Song Bird lessons will be available at Song. All lift tickets, both mountains, ONLY $39!

Now looking forward to next week… A powerful storm will spread several inches of snow across the region late Monday into Tuesday. Then we’re looking at more snow, significant lake effect and single digits right into next weekend. Our two state of the art snow making systems will be JUST CRANKING OUT THE SNOW! Can you hear me smiling?

So… Forget about yesterday and start thinking about today. Drop any Christmas shopping plans, get you and your family to Song or Lab, pick up your passes, make a few turns, have something to eat or drink, but mostly, and more importantly renew your friendship with your favorite two CNY mountains… And yes, I know that you know exactly where we are…

And of course, gift cards are available on-line at SkiCNY.com and make PERFECT stocking stuffers. They’re good for anything we got and they never expire. See the link below.

- - - VERY IMPORTANT LINKS - - -
2019-20 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 Open Closed Yes
9 Upper Muzzle More difficult Open 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 Open 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!