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Titcomb Mountain Ski Area: Sunday, February 28, 2016
Submitted on February 28, 2016 by rocket21 (274 Rating274)
Session SessionAfternoon
Lift Ticket Ticket TypeRetail Price
Lift Lines Lift Lines0 minutes
Snow Trail Conditions50% open; Loose Granular, Spring Snow
Glades GladesNone open
Moguls MogulsNone
Terrain Park Terrain Park(s)Surprisingly decent sized terrain park on Beagle (over half a dozen features).
Run of the Day Run of the DayUpper Fox
Food and Beverage Food and BeverageSnack bar and grill with decent ski area prices.
Comments CommentsPerhaps in part due to the warmer afternoon temperatures, Titcomb had the best conditions of the three Maine ski areas I visited today; generally loose granular and a slight softening into spring snow.

Initially all three lifts were running, however they shut down the #1 T-Bar (skier's right) at 3 PM. Basically four top to bottom runs open thanks to snowmaking: Cougar into Otter Slide, Upper Fox into The Main (the middle portion of the main slope, between Otter Slide and The Main, was barren due to being too far to reach for the guns), Upper Bunny into Lower Bunny, and Beagle into Young's Way.

All open trails skied well. Not a ghost town, but generally no waiting for either T-Bar. #1 T-Bar's lift line probably can't sustain another thaw, but the other side has some snowmaking base that should get them into March (hearing maybe two more weeks?). Nice intermediate terrain (the steeper expert trails beyond the #1 T-Bar are natural snow and thus not open, though there is a little bit of base if we get snow on top). Sort of feels like what Veteran's Memorial in Franklin, NH could be with a little TLC and a small snowmaking system.
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