Spectacular Sunday River Efficiency Apartment for Rent in Powder Ridge less than 2 miles from Sunday River. Apartment includes heat, hot water, cable, wireless internet, electric, and beautiful views of Mahoosuc Mountains. $450 per month through October. No pets
Added by paul legault on June 28, 2010 at 6:09pm —
Since I can't ski just now I'm working on a fundraising cookbook for Maine Handicapped Skiing. My goal is 350-400 recipes by September 1st with publication around Thanksgiving. If you'd be willing to share any of your favorite recipes would you e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Thanks a lot!!
Added by Jackie Brackett on May 26, 2010 at 6:53am —
Added by thaller1 on February 23, 2010 at 10:30am —
It is time for another addition of the snow reporter blog, and this time around I felt it would be safe to let the inmates run the asylum. I asked for your questions, and you responded very nicely and I thank you for your questions. These are real questions, from real community members……
Added by Sunday River Snowreporter on February 6, 2010 at 2:32pm —
One of the more popular questions around Sunday River is regarding how we do our snow reporting. Here, we hope to shed some light on how Team Snow completes the Sunday River snow report to provide you with the most accurate snapshot of what is going on across the resort’s eight peaks.
Every morning, the snow reporter gets to the mountain between two and two-and-a-half hours before the lifts open. On “snow event” days, the snow reporter will be in the office as early as three hours… Continue
Added by Sunday River Snowreporter on January 27, 2010 at 5:15pm —
Hello. I am a 21 year old male. I work full time at the Grand Summit Hotel as a valet driver, I also snowboard fulltime. I am clean, laid back, fun, easy to get along with and not a creep. I want to spend around 300 a month. Anyone out there have a room for me?
Added by Wills Dowd on January 11, 2010 at 2:02am —
Well if you haven't noticed recently it has been a bit, um, frosty outside. Granted cold is great for snow, snow sports, snowmaking, and snowpeople, it can sometimes take away from our ski day. To prevent such further interruption of the enjoyment of skiing and riding I have done some research and compiled a list of ways to, and ways not to, keep warm.
1. Dress in layers- I know that is kind of simple and straightforward but it can go a long way in insuring your comfort, and ultimate… Continue
Added by Sunday River Snowreporter on January 10, 2010 at 11:25am —
Added by paul legault on January 9, 2010 at 8:57pm —
Gourmet in a Pinch Specials:
Short for time or want to get a meal for Monday's dinner. Consider Gourmet in a Pinch on Route 2 between Sunday River Access Road and Town of Bethel. Here is some of the delicacies being hosted up....
Hearty Sausage Bread $7.99
Fuzzy Chicken Fingers $4.49/$8.49 Spinach & Feta Phyllo Cups $ 3.49
Spicy Chicken Wings $ 5.99 Cod Cakes w/ Garlic Mayo $6.99/12.99Savory Cocktail Meatballs $8.99Bacon Wrapped Chicken Bites $15.99Chicken Kiev Phyllo… Continue
Added by paul legault on January 9, 2010 at 8:54pm —
started my "what to pack" "what to buy" list..
house/pet sitter is coming to visit this weekend.....
starting to lose interest in work... have the "I'll do that later" attitude..
Added by thaller1 on January 8, 2010 at 11:30am —
‘Twas the day before Christmas and all ‘round the River
The snowguns were blazing, the best snow they deliver.
Each trail being covered with precision and care,
With billions of snowflakes being tossed through the air.
All nestled in my office I felt a sense of dread,
With the snow report due I was going brain dead.
I had writers block, and creativity I lack,
Then in busted Santa, with many gifts in his sack!
“I hear you need help, and I can… Continue
Added by Sunday River Snowreporter on December 24, 2009 at 10:00pm —
So after a couple hours of sleep and a case of Red Bull later here comes part deux of the 50 fun facts about Sunday River.
26. There are ten times the trails now at Sunday River then there were from 1965 to 1971.
27. The trails Agony and Ecstasy were named as such in 1974 as a play on the popular movie The Agony and the Ecstasy
28. Other trails in that area named for movies include Right Stuff
Added by Sunday River Snowreporter on December 18, 2009 at 2:56pm —
So with Sunday River celebrating its 50th season this coming weekend I felt it was high time to roll out 50 fun facts about the mountain we all know and love.
1. Sunday River is not an active volcano
2. At maximum our snowmaking system can pump out 8,000 gallons of water a minute. That is enough water to fill a 14' x 28' pool with an average depth of 5 and a half feet, in two minutes.
3. The trail T2 is so named because the t-bar lift named T2 got you to the top of Locke… Continue
Added by Sunday River Snowreporter on December 15, 2009 at 9:58pm —
A lot of people ask me, "Jarod, how hard is it to be so good looking?" Ok, maybe I don't get asked that a lot, but what I do get asked is how does the mountain decide where to make snow, and what will open next. The simple answer is that the mountain doesn't, it is a mountain, a big hunk of risen earth. There are a group of people who make this decision, and the meet at what is known as, "Snowplan."
There are many mysteries surrounding snowplan, where it is, when it is, who goes,… Continue
Added by Sunday River Snowreporter on December 3, 2009 at 4:30pm —
That's right boys and girls, its time once again for another installment of the Snow Reporter's blog! I look at Thanksgiving as being the true start to the heart of ski season, granted we have been skiing and riding for over a month now, but still this is where things really start to pick up. Before things really start to pick up, and trust me they will in a quick way, I just wanted to reflect on some things that I am thankful for.
ROUND FOODS… Continue
Added by Sunday River Snowreporter on November 27, 2009 at 11:39pm —
Welcome to the new community everyone, and more importantly welcome back to another exciting season at Sunday River. For those of you who don't know me, or maybe those of you who have forgotten, my name is Jarod and I am the snowreporter here at Sunday River. This is my second season here at the River and in short I pretty much have the coolest job on the mountain. It falls on me to get the information out about conditions, open trails, where snowmaking is, etc. Oh, and I occasionally can be… Continue
Added by Sunday River Snowreporter on November 18, 2009 at 10:43am —