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 28, 2020 • Last modified: Jan 28 at 6:04 am

Trails Open 15
Lifts open day / night 3 / 3 - Badger is open
Lift hours 10a-9p
Surface Conditions Powder • Machine Groomed • Packed Powder
New snow 3-4" the last few days.
Snowmaking No
Base Depth 14-46" inches
New snow in last 24 hours 3-4" the last few days.



This report is effective 6:00 am Tuesday, January 28th.

The winter roller coaster continues BUT we are definitely on an upswing! 3” of new snow the past couple days, it’s still snowing, more snow is in the forecast, and a nice single digit snowmaking window is right around the corner. THE BEST PART OF THIS WINTER IS RIGHT IN FRONT OF US! 😎

It’s currently 26 degrees and snowing. The forecast for Tuesday… Persistent snow showers in the morning, scattered snow showers in the afternoon, maybe another couple inches of new snow, highs steady in the upper 20’s.

Labrador Mountain will be open Tuesday, January 28th from 10 am to 9 pm with 3 lifts serving somewhere around 12 trails. Badger lift will run today. We are skiing and riding on a 14 to 46” base with a powder and machine groomed, packed powder surface. All Tuesday College and school programs are a GO!

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

The snow is deep and getting deeper… And the skiing and riding are really pretty darn good. There’s snow in the air, the roads are bare, temperatures are moderate, and the mountains remain in great shape… Bottom line… GET OUT OF THE HOUSE CNY!

So you know the jingle. Round up the posse, pack up the SUV, Song and Labrador are the ONLY places you should be.

Keep praying for snow and cold, and PLEASE, check back often for updates.

And a reminder for all. 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.

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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 Open Open Yes
8 Jacopie Most difficult Open Open Yes
9 Upper Muzzle More difficult Open Open Yes
10 Char Run Easiest Open Closed No
11 Grenfel More difficult Open 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 Open Open Yes
17 Minipi Rapids More difficult Open Open Yes
18 Lower Lookout More difficult Open Closed No
19 Upper Lookout More difficult Open Open Yes
20 Chute Easiest Open Open Yes
21 Badger Most difficult Open Open Yes
22 Razor Back Easiest Open Open 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!