Massanutten Powder Alert: Ski Mar 21-25 + Specials!

Spring Powder Days Are In The Forecast!

Winter Storm Toby has brought with it some spring powder days – and Massanutten just couldn’t wait until Friday to open! Their Ski Slopes will be open tomorrow, Wednesday, March 21 – Sunday, March 25 from 9 am – 5 pm.  

Snow is currently falling and the NWS is predicting 3″-7″ or 4″-8″  for tonight and tomorrow with other forecasters calling for the same or more. Check their snow conditions page for the most up to date info. *Snow Tubing is closed for the season. 

Bring Your Other Pass Special

Show your 2017-18 season pass from any other ski resort at the ski ticket window to receive a $25 lift ticket. (lift ticket valid for 8 hours)

Spring School’s Out Special – NEW Reduced Rates!

Students, their parents, school faculty, and staff who are out of school due to inclement weather can spend 8 hours skiing or snowboarding at Massanutten at reduced rates.

  • 8-Hour Slope-Use Ticket  |  $25
  • 8-Hour Equipment Rentals  |  $15

Ski Season Passholder Bonus Special

Ski season pass holders can receive one free slope-use ticket for a friend. This special can only be used one time per Passholder during the 2017/18 snow sports season. Season pass holders must show their season pass at the ticket window to receive their one free ticket.

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Kenny Griffin
Kenny grew up in Concord, NC, which is right outside of Charlotte. He graduated from UNC Charlotte in December 2010 with a degree in meteorology and joined Ski Southeast immediately thereafter. In addition to his Appnet duties, he helps with day to day operations of Ski Southeast and is also in charge of our sister site, ResortCams.com. In his own words... "I discovered this website a few years back and visit it on a daily basis. I lurked on the messageboard for a while before becoming actively involved and have met some very cool people because of it. Needless to say, I am VERY stoked to be a part of the team and I think I have a unique insight into what people want from the site seeing as I used to be on the outside looking in. I'm sure some people who are reading this have seen me on the mountain before. I am frequently at Beech Mountain and it’s not hard to spot me, as I usually have a camera on my head. I love to document my days on snow and have posted some videos on the messageboard before. If you ever see me out there, feel free to say hey!" You can email Kenny directly at [email protected]