Windham Mountain Resort

Mountain Report

Friday, April 29, 2016

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Trails
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Lifts
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Acres
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Parks
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Groomed
Trails

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Big Air Bag
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Windham Weather Today's Forecast

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Trails
Difficulty Trail Name Open Groomed Snowmaking Night
easy Wanderer blank blank blank blank
most-difficult Why Not blank blank blank blank
most-difficult WinTuck blank blank blank blank
most-difficult Wigeon blank blank blank blank
most-difficult Wing'n It blank blank blank blank
most-difficult Wonderfully Wicked blank blank blank blank
more-difficult-advanced World Cup blank blank blank blank
easy Wapeka blank blank blank blank
easy Way To Go blank blank blank blank
easy Where's Charlie? blank blank blank blank
easy Wooly Bear blank blank blank blank
easy Whisper Run blank blank blank blank
easy What's Next? blank blank blank blank
most-difficult Wilbur blank blank blank blank
easy White Way blank blank blank blank
easy Willpower blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Upper Wraparound blank blank blank blank
easy Lower Wraparound blank blank blank blank
more-difficult-advanced Wolf's Prey blank blank blank blank
more-difficult-advanced Wildcat blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Whiskey Jack blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Waltz blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Wrangler blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Wizard blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Wall Street blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Warpath Chute blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Upper Warpath blank blank blank blank
easy Lower Warpath blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Upper Wiseacres blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Lower Wiseacres blank blank blank blank
most-difficult The Whistler Chute blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Upper Whistler blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Lower Whistler blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Mini Wall Bypass blank blank blank blank
expert-only The Wall blank blank blank blank
most-difficult Old Wolverine blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Upper Whirlwind blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Lower Whirlwind blank blank blank blank
expert-only Upper Wolverine blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Lower Wolverine blank blank blank blank
expert-only Upper Wheelchair blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Lower Wheelchair blank blank blank blank
expert-only Wide Connection blank blank blank blank
expert-only Wedel blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Upper Wall St blank blank blank blank
most-difficult Warm Up Road blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Warm Up blank blank blank blank
easy Wonderama blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Assembly Line blank blank blank blank
more-difficult-advanced Windfall blank blank blank blank
most-difficult Whataride Glades blank blank blank blank
expert-only Upper Wipeout blank blank blank blank
more-difficult Lower Wipeout blank blank blank blank
expert-only Way Out blank blank blank blank
Parks
  The Jib Park blank blank blank blank
  Wilbur Park blank blank blank blank
  Wraparound Park blank blank blank blank
  Lower Warpath Park blank blank blank blank
  Whirlwind Park blank blank blank blank
  The Warm Up Park blank blank blank blank
  Big Air Bag blank blank blank blank
east-peak west-peak

delayed = Delayed Opening last 24 hours = New Snow made in last 24 hours

5-Day Forecast Updated: Fri, Apr 29 - 12PM
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Lifts
Name of Lift Open Night
K. K Triple Chairlift blank blank
J. Park Tow blank blank
D. Whiteway Triple Chairlift (D) blank blank
G. East Peak Express Quad (G) blank blank
A. Whirlwind High Speed Quad (A) blank blank
F. Whistler Triple Chairlift (F) blank blank
B. Wheelchair Double Chairlift (B) blank blank
  (Serves Expert Terrain Only)
C. Wonderama Triple Chairlift (C) blank blank
E. Wooly Bear Conveyor (E) blank blank
L. Enclave Conveyor L blank blank
N. Whisper Run Lower blank blank
M. Whisper Run Upper blank blank

Surface Conditions

Base: 0" - 0"
Surface: /
New Snow: 0" - 0"
New Snow Made: 0

Surface Notes:

Lift Tickets & Hours

Adult (18-64) Young Adult (13-17) Junior (7-12) Senior (65-74) Senior (75+) 6 & Under
Saturday, 3/19 (8am-4pm) $49 $38 $32 $38 $32 $0
Midweek non-Holiday (9am-4pm) $65 $50 $42 $50 $35 $10
Weekends and Holidays (8am-4pm) $65 $50 $42 $50 $35 $10
Holiday Saturdays* (8am-4pm) $84 $72 $63 $72 $62 $10
4 Hour Flex** $52 $47 $30 $45 $29 $10
Sunset*** (2pm-8pm) $51 $46 $41 $51 $51 $10
Night*** (4pm-8pm) $41 $41 $41 $41 $41 $10
Upgrade Day to Night $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $10
*Holiday Saturdays are 12/26, 1/2, 1/16, 2/13, and 2/20. **Flex tickets are available midweek during non-Holiday Periods, and are valid for 4 hours, starting from the moment you get on the lift. ***Sunset and Night skiing are available Friday and Saturday plus Holiday Periods from December 26, 2015 – February 27, 2016.

Events

     

Cross Country/Snowshoe Center

Currently Closed X/C & Snowshoe Trail Fee: $10 for Adult, $6 for Junior, FREE for 6&Under. Rentals: $15 for skis/boots/poles, and $10 for snowshoes.

NOTICE

Be aware of changing weather conditions. Natural and man made obstacles exist. Snowmaking and grooming activities are routinely in progress on slopes and trails designated as open. SKI WITH CARE

This report reflects the daily operational plan. Changes to this plan may occur from weather, snow conditions or other factors during the day or night.

Skiing Surface

(CO) Corn Snow - Large ice-like granules, which are loose during above-freezing temperatures and which freeze together during below-freezing temperatures. Corn snow is usually a product of the above / below freezing cycle of temperatures typical of spring days. Large ice-like granules which remain frozen together in extended cold periods, or chunks of ice created by incomplete grooming or icy surfaces are not characteristic of corn snow.

(FG) Frozen Granular - Granular snow which was once wet and which has frozen together forming a rather solid or crusty-textured surface. It can return to loose granular after thawing or being worked by a grooming machine, or from the effects of skier traffic breaking up the crust. Frozen granular snow will support a ski pole stuck into it. However, if the pole makes ice chips and the surface will not support the pole, the surface is ICY. HP= HARD PACK - Hard pack snow is a dense, compressed snow condition harder than packed powder and softer than ice.

(HP) Hard Pack

(IS) Icy - Ice represents a hard, glazed surface usually created by freezing rain, or old surface snow melting and quickly refreezing again, or by ground water seeping up into the snow and freezing. Also may describe a very wet surface that has been skied into a smooth surface while above-freezing temperatures are existent and then rapidly dropping temperatures occur. When broken, ice breaks into chunks rather than granules. Patches describe localized occurrences of ice; surface describes a more prevailing icy condition on the slope.

(LG) Loose Granular - Loose granules similar to rock salt, usually formed after powder snow thaws, refreezes and crystallizes; or an accumulation of sleet. Loose granular also may characterize surface conditions produced by machine conditioning of frozen granular or icy surfaces.

(PP) Packed Powder - Loose powder snow compacted by rollers, drags or other mechanical apparatus or by skier traffic to a state which leaves little air space between particles. It is no longer fluffy, but it is not so extremely compacted that it is hard and icy.

(P) Powder - New snow generally of dry and fluffy consistency. Will not make a snowball easily.

(SC) Spring Conditions - This term is used to characterize the wide variety of surface conditions which results from the alternate freezing and thawing of snow cover in spring weather. This term is used in place of other terms when the usual surface descriptions cannot accurately or completely describe the situation, that is, when no single surface type covers at least 50% of the skiable surface of a trail.

(V) Variable Conditions - A wide variety of conditions which can not accurately or completely be describe using usual terminology, such as when no single surface type predominates.

(WG) Wet Granular - Loose or frozen granular snow which has become wet and soft after a thaw or from a rainfall.

(WETPS) Wet Packed

(WETSN) Wet Snow

(WBLN) Windblown