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Snow Report

March 06, 2015 | Updated 8:00AM

SKIING & SNOWBOARDING: 10AM-10PM | SNOW TUBING: OPEN 4PM-9PM

Wednesday night we received around 8 inches of natural snow... IN MARCH! Conditions here at Paoli Peaks are fantastic. We are opening early at 10am today for those of you who have or are taking a Snow Day. See ya when you get here!

There is no Midnight tonight. Slopes close at 10pm and Tubing closes at 9pm. College Discounts are still available from 5pm-10pm. $16 lift and $14 rental to those with a valid student ID. Evening Session begins at 4pm with a $26 lift ticket for everyone else partaking in some night time skiing. 

Moguls are set up on Indiana Jones, which means it is temporarily set to a Double Black Diamond difficulty. The rest of the Family trails are open and are still at beginner levels. 

CARNIVAL HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO SUNDAY, MARCH 8TH. In lieu of the Wednesday Night's snowfall, we are anticipating large crowds on Saturday, which will not allow for the accommodation of Carnival events. To provide a day more suitable for Carnival shenanigans, we are moving it to Sunday. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

TODAY'S EVENTS: 

  • AMAZING CONDITIONS!
  • Paoli Peaks Logo-Wear is now on sale to the end of season. Get up to 65% off! Offer valid at the Paoli Peaks ticket windows only - Sale not available in the Pro Shop.
  • Buy your 2015/2016 Season Passes today! Ski the rest of this season and all of next season at the lowest price!

COMING UP:  ‚Äč

  • NOTE - Midnight Sessions have ended for the season. On Friday and Saturday Skiing/Boarding will be open until 10pm and Tubing will be open until 9pm. 
  • Spring Carnival RESCHEDULED TO March 8th - View Calendar for Carnival Events!
  • March 7th & 8th is last weekend for Nastar Racing. 
  • Check out Deal of the Week 
  • Have you heard? ONLINE TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE! BUY NOW!
DATE:

FRI, MAR 06, 2015

SKI RESORT HOURS: OPEN 10AM-10PM
TRAILS OPEN: 15 of 15 NEW SNOW: 8"
LIFTS OPEN: 3 of 8 BASE DEPTHS:  42-70"
PRIMARY SNOW SURFACE: Machine Groomed
SECONDARY SNOW SURFACE: Fresh powder
WEATHER: Partly Coudy and Cold. High near 33.
LIFT NAME STATUS COMMENTS
CTEC I CLOSED  
CTEC II CLOSED  
Double OPEN  
Quad Lift OPEN  
Triple OPEN  
SURFACE LIFTS STATUS COMMENTS
300ft Carpet in Discovery Zone CLOSED  
80ft Carpet in Discovery Zone CLOSED  
Bonk Tow CLOSED  
EASIER TRAILS STATUS GROOMED | SNOWMAKING | NOTES
Cake Walk OPEN  
Discovery OPEN  
Hoosier Bend OPEN  
Indiana Jones OPEN*

Fresh Powder on the Bumps! | TEMPORARILY A DOUBLE BLACK DIAMOND (ADVANCED) due to the addition of moguls. 

Family Trail OPEN  
Skywalker OPEN  
Bunny Meadows OPEN  
MORE DIFFICULT STATUS
GROOMED | SNOWMAKING | NOTES
Oak Trail OPEN   
Beech Grove OPEN  
Mind Bender OPEN  
Walnut Alley OPEN  
Powerline OPEN  
Haywagon (aka Empire Park w/o features) OPEN

 

MOST DIFFICULT STATUS GROOMED | SNOWMAKING | NOTES
Graber's Express OPEN  
Bobcat OPEN Natural Terrain 
TERRAIN PARKS STATUS GROOMED | SNOWMAKING | NOTES
Bonk OPEN

 

Features: 8ft flat down, flat down box rail, mini rainbow box rail, 16ft flat box rail, mini battleship box rail, small jump, flat down box rail, & mini dance pad
Empire Park OPEN  

Features: Flat T-Bar, 20' Down Box Rail, 10' Jump, Pole Jam Wall Lander, 25' Jump, Close Out Rail, Rainbow Box, Battleship Box, Flat Down Tank, 3" Pipe Flat Down Rail, Dragon Box, 16' Dance Pad, Urban Double Barrell, Urban 20' Box Rail, The 8 Ball, 30' Jump

ARCTIC BLAST TUBE PARK STATUS
OPEN 4P-9P 5-12 Lanes

**Surface conditions listed are at opening time and are subject to change due to weather, time of day, skier traffic and other factors. Always watch your fellow skiers and snowboarders along with other obstructions, both natural and man-made. Ice, thin spots, bare spots and variations on the snow surface can and will exist.   Click here for Snow Conditions Terminology

***Snowmaking is possible at any time and should be anticipated regardless if the Snow Report states it or not. While specific trails may be noted for possible snowmaking, that DOES NOT exempt any other trail from snowmaking. In order for us to provide our customers with skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing services, we have to make snow when we can. We know conditions are unfavorable during snowmaking; HOWEVER, Midwest weather does not always provide good snowmaking conditions and we must seize all opportunities when we have them.

****All open lifts operate as an as-needed basis. The number of lifts listed as open is an estimate of the day.   High winds, weather may cause temporary lift closures at Paoli Peaks at any point.
 
*****Any partial closure of the slope due to events or lessons on a given day will be noted next to that trail. Especially on days when snowmaking has occurred overnight, every trail may not open right at opening time. If there is a lot of snow to push for fine-tuning to be done on the surface, a staggered start may be necessary to ensure that the snow conditions on each trail are optimized for your enjoyment.
 
Always follow Your Responsibility Code when you are out on the slopes.
 
Remember, you are responsible for your possessions while you were visiting our resorts. Refrain from bringing any extra items into the lodge if at all possible, and use token or digital lockers (located in the Rental Department or in Ticket Lobby) to secure the items you must bring with you. If you leave your skis or snowboard in the outdoor racks use locks to secure them. Personal locks are available for sale at the Ticket Windows and Pro Shop.