Thanks to some cutting edge snow making, Sunday River plans to open its doors on November 6, 2012 for the 2012/13 season. Boasting $1 million in snow making equipment and with a push from Hurricane Sandy, Sunday River has their top-to-bottom runs all covered and ready for a wild season.
“Thanks to our new energy-efficient snowguns, we’re able to make more snow on more trails by using less air than in years past,” Dana Bullen, President and General Manager, says.
The following trails are set to open— T2, Upper Punch, Sunday Punch, and Lower Punch with access off of its Locke Mountain Triple chairlift. To the pleasure of all the locals itching to hit the slopes, Sunday River will continue to make snow as temperatures allow and push to open more terrain as snowmaking progresses.
For updated mountain info, visit their website. See you on the hill!