Mountain Update | Windham Mountain
Good afternoon skiers and riders! Today has been an absolutely stunning day with brilliant blue skies. The good times continue to roll tonight with Sunset skiing on 6 trails, serviced by 2 lifts until 8pm. Tonight marks the last night of Sunset skiing for the season - so get it while you can!
For tomorrow, February 23, 2020, 10 lifts are planned to service 49 trails and 4 parks across 274 acres of terrain from 8am until 4pm. G lift and the East Peak are planned to open at 9am.
Sunday's forecast calls for beautiful sunny skies with a high in the mid 40's°.
We're anticipating packed powder and machine-groomed conditions for Sunday - thanks to the hard work of our dedicated snowmaking and grooming teams.
Snowmaking shut down early Saturday morning with rising temperatures but have no fear -- the groomers will be out overnight on nearly all open terrain with the exception of The Wall, Wedel and a few of our natural snow trails.
There are 4 parks open. Whirlwind- 4 Jibs, 3 Jumps. Wilbur Park- on hold this weekend for CMS Skiercross/Boardercross event. What Terrain Park?! - 8 jibs, 4 jumps. Wrap-a-round Park- 4 rollers 1 jump 1 hip 1 skate bowl 1 volcano 4 jibs.
The Adventure Park is open this weekend, Sat 2/22: 11am - 8pm, Sunday 2/23: 11am-4pm. Kids snowmobiling will is also offered during operating hours. Ice Skating is closed. Get Adventure Park hours and info for the season here.
Up-Hill travel using skis or snowshoes is permitted with a current lift or uphill travel ticket. Please see the full uphill travel policy at the end of this report.
Cross-country skiing at Windham Country Club is closed.
The Ski & Ride Simulator opens at 10am daily. 10 minute sessions are $20 each and no reservations are needed. The simulator is located in the base area, just off the patio.
NASTAR is available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Details here.
Hours for Skiing and Riding
8 AM – 4 PM Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays
9 AM - 4 PM Monday - Friday
2 PM- 8 PM Sunset skiing and riding (Fridays, Saturdays, and holiday periods)
All lift tickets must be loaded onto a Windham Mountain RFID card. Ticket window prices are inclusive of a $5 Windham Mountain RFID Card. Cards may be reloaded and prices on return visits will be $5 less. Your Windham Mountain RFID Card should be secured in a left-facing pocket, by itself (smart phones and credit cards will damage the card). Skiers and riders should only carry one RFID Card at a time. Questions about RFID? Read our FAQ's here.
Reload Your RFID Card and Save Up to 50%
Windham Mountain encourages you to purchase lift access online in advance for significant savings and to skip the ticket line! Online pricing and quantity of tickets vary by day. The earlier you buy, the more you can save!
Book at stay at The Winwood Inn & Condos, Whisper Creek, or a private vacation home, and take advantage of a variety of great offers like Third Night Free, and Stay & Play Packages.
For a printable version of today's report, click here.
This conditions report represents a snapshot in time and is subject to change at any time due to weather and numerous other factors. Conditions reports after 2:00pm are a projection of anticipated conditions on the following day.
Winter Up-hill Travel Policy
Up-Hill travel using skis or snowshoes is permitted during regular open hours with a current lift or Up-Hill travel ticket or season pass.
Up-Hill travel is also allowed during daylight hours when the mountain is not open with an Up-Hill travel ticket or season pass. Prior to ascending during closed hours Travelers must check for the designated “Route of the Day” on the “Mountain Report” posted on windhammountain.com.
There may be times Up-Hill travel will be closed to all travelers.
When traveling up-hill, Travelers must stay to the sides of trails and stay visible from above at all times. Always be aware of the following but not limited to downhill traffic, snowmobiles, grooming tractors, other utility vehicles, winch cat cables, snow guns running and non-running and other natural and manmade obstacles. When ascending open trails be aware of downhill traffic at all times. Trail markings and closures may not have been put in place at this time or may only be visible to downhill traffic. It is recommended that Travelers take a cell phone with them and let someone know where they are intending to go. Trails are not patrolled when the mountain is closed. Sledding of any kind is not permitted. Dogs must be on a leash at all times.
D.O. = Delayed Opening
24 = New snow made in the last 24 hours