Today’s featured image is from App Ski Mountain.
It is a gray-looking Thursday out there this morning.
It is going to be milder over the next couple of days, but the warm-up isn’t going to last all that long.
As a result of the milder temps, the snow report is almost status quo from yesterday as snowmaking has come to a pause all across the region. (You can check out the full details over at the Snow Reports page).
App, Beech, Cataloochee, Snowshoe and Sugar are all open for play today.
There is plenty of snow to play on as we head into the weekend and we are set to add a couple more resorts back to the mix.
As announced earlier this week, Timberline Mountain will rope drop their 2021-22 season on Friday with 55% of their terrain available for opening day.
With an announcement yesterday, Wisp Resort will also kick off its winter season this weekend with tubing opening on Friday, Dec. 3, and skiing and riding on Saturday, Dec. 4.
In addition, we also received word that Bryce Resort will reopen Saturday and Sunday for skiing and riding. They also announced that tubing will be open.
That will put us at eight open resorts on Saturday – pretty sweet for the first weekend of December.
A couple of other cool events going on this week includes a showing of Warren Miller Winter Starts Now at the TAPestry Event Space at Barrelhouse in Knoxville, TN.
Cataloochee is hosting the event and everyone that goes gets a free six-hour lift ticket.
Massanutten has also kicked off their Annual Toy Drive at the Massanutten Indoor WaterPark. From now until Dec. 21, you can receive two $10 off All-Day General WaterPark Admission vouchers when you bring any unwrapped toy valued at $10 or more. They are also accepting toys through Amazon – check the post below for details.
That does it for today, but until next time, #ThinkSnow!
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