Snowshoe To Extend Ski Season Following March Snowfall


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Snowshoe Mountain is keeping winter going in the Allegheny Mountains.

Originally scheduled to close on March 26th, the resort announced today that they will be extending their ski season through Sunday, April 2nd. The recent shot of winter weather has provided the mountain with over a foot of natural snow as well as extended periods of cold, which has allowed the resort to use its state-of-the-art snowmaking system to beef up its snowpack.

According to Snowshoe officials, ski conditions on the mountain are as good as they’ve been all season.

“Our team has done an outstanding job this winter in spite of some challenging weather, and now we’re finally getting some help from Mother Nature.” said Patti Duncan, Snowshoe Mountain President & COO. “We’ve got the most open terrain in the region, and conditions are fantastic. We’re excited to extend the season and give our guests some extra opportunities to get in on the fun. Our season passholders will be able say they’ve skied in 6 months of the year here at the ‘Shoe.”

Snowshoe’s Unlimited Season Passes for next winter (2023/2024) are now on sale at the lowest price of the year. Purchase now and use it for the rest of the current season as well.

The Ikon Pass, a multi-resort pass offering access to more than 50 mountain resorts around the world including Snowshoe, will go on sale this Thursday, March 16. More information about the Spring Pass Sale is available here > LINK

For more information or to plan a trip, please call 877-441-4386 or visit

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