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Customer Service Notice

(March 10, 2016 - 3:01 pm)

Due to weather conditions, we will be closing for the season on Saturday March 12th.

We will be open Thursday March 10th from 8:30am to 8pm.
Friday March 11th from 9am to 5pm.
Saturday March 12th from 8:30am to 5pm.

On Saturday, lift tickets will be $20, and discover programs are $39 (10am to 3pm).

Sorry for the inconvenience!

Snow Report

Date & Time: Mar 12, 2016 - 11:21 pm Natural Snow: 0 cm
Status: Closed # of Lifts Open: 0 / 5
Surface Conditions: # of Trails Open 0 / 11
Freestyle Park
Check Hours
0 / 1 Average Base 0 cm
Winter Disc Golf: Closed Snowmaking in Last 24 Hours No

Snow Notes:
Please Note: closed for the season

Lifts

Lift Status Servicing
Littlefoot (Magic Carpet Lift) Closed
Tenderfoot (Double Chairlift) Closed
North (Quad Chairlift) Closed
Apple Bowl (Triple Chairlift) Closed
Bearfoot (Magic Carpet Lift) Closed

Trails

Trail Status Difficulty
Kids Zone Closed
Littlefoot Closed
Tenderfoot Closed
Camel's Hump Closed
Easy Rider Closed
North Closed
Mic Mac Closed
Chicane Closed
Roughshod Closed
Apple Bowl Closed
Racer's Alley Closed

Terrain Park

Park Status Difficulty
Freestyle Park Closed

The snow & activity report is updated daily based on the conditions at Chicopee. As the weather changes throughout the day, so do the conditions of the hill.

Surface Conditions Explained:

New Powder – More than 5 cm new snow with no significant drifting. Ungroomed and untracked at opening time.

Packed Powder – Machine packed after a fresh fall, no time limit, providing the surface does not become hard.

Machine Groomed Powder – Conditioned with the power tiller or powder maker, etc. to provide a relatively loose uniform surface.

Hard Pack – Very dense, hard surface, even after grooming with powder maker. (Surface fluff covers real base)

Frozen Granular – Solid, crusty, textured surface. Refrozen corn.

Machine Groomed Granular – Loose, uniform surface or granular snow created by machine grooming frozen granular or hard pack.

Wet Snow – Snow which is moist, heavy and sticky and which clings together when compacted.

Icy – Large areas of hard ice or after freezing rain storm. A ski pole will not penetrate or stand supported by the surface alone.

Corn Snow – When temperature is above freezing and corn snow is loose, not packing.

Spring Conditions – Temperature is above 5C, granular snow. Any amount of bare areas provided more than 50% of skiable terrain is open, and runs are skiable more than 6 meters wide at narrowest point on every run.