Lost Valley Ski Area
Lost Valley Ski Area
Thursday, January 26, 2023
Submitted on January 27, 2023 by newenglandskier13 (629 Rating629)
Session SessionNight
Lift Ticket Ticket TypeDiscount from Ski Area
Lift Lines Lift Lines1 to 2 minutes
Snow Trail Conditions75% open; Wet Packed Powder, Wet Powder
Glades GladesThere was enough snow to ski many of them with care, but most were closed. However, plenty of people were skiing them anyway.
Moguls MogulsNot really any, although some were starting to form on Bull Moose by the end of the night
Terrain Park Terrain Park(s)large park on Bobcat, smaller park on Deer Run
Run of the Day Run of the DayBull Moose
Food and Beverage Food and BeverageWe had a $6 fried dough from the food truck at the base of Chair 2, but we brought our own dinner.
Comments CommentsOur original plan was to go to Hermon, but they were closed for the day, so we ended up at Lost Valley. They had received around 6 inches of new snow, and it was wet snow, but better than expected after the rain. Both chairs and all of the snowmaking/night skiing terrain was open, except for Otter Slide and the last section of Squirrel Run. Bull Moose, Skunk, Beaver, Fisher, Porcupine, and Bear were left ungroomed and were quite fun to ski. As usual, it was quite busy on the mountain and in the lodge, but their efficient lift system kept people moving, and there was never a wait of more than a minute or two for either chairlift. Things started freezing up near the end of the night, and there were some pretty epic wipeouts when unsuspecting skiers would end up in an area of untracked snow that now had crust on it. One new feature this year is a food truck at the bottom of Chair 2, which we bought a fried dough from. Lost Valley offers a surprising variety of terrain for a smaller area, and is always a fun place to ski.
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