Opening times or the hill this week have been revised. There will be no night skiing on Friday. Instead, the hill will be open during the day from 1 pm to 4 pm.
The revised schedule is that the hill will be open every day from January 1st to January 6th from 1 pm to 4 pm. The hill will be closed on January 7th. After that, we will revert to normal operating hours.
With snow in the forecast we expect conditions to be really good for the rest of the week. come out and enjoy our facilities – even if you don’t ski or board.
Season opener was a great success. Here’s to a great 2018/2019 season
Our prayers to the snow gods have been answered! We have great conditions at the hill, snow in the forecast and nice mild weather for the weekend. In order to make up some of the time we lost at the beginning of this season, the regular operating hours for MMSC are being extended. Starting this Friday our regular hours are as follows:
Get your family and friends out and enjoy the hill!
I thought I should take this opportunity to update everyone as to the condition of The Hill.
This morning Steve McCauley, in his capacity as Head of the Ski Patrol , and myself, skied Mambo and Bar M., Eric Stock and Myrna McCauley also walked some of the Hill.
Looking from the top of the Hill it seems as if there is reasonable coverage on some runs, however the reality is that in the better areas there is only a maximum of 2 cms. of light fluffy snow covering rutted frozen snow/ice and frozen dirt.
Steve and I are of the opinion that the conditions are too dangerous to open the Hill. The Hill will therefore be closed until we get a substantial snow fall.
I realise that this situation is very frustrating, but I can assure you that no one shares this frustration more than myself and my staff and Ski Patrol members.
My philosophy as manager has always been, to provide a Safe, enjoyable, fun environment for Skiers and Boarders, given the current conditions, we are not able to meet those criteria.
Thank you all for your patience and understanding .
Pray for snow!
Regards, Ryland Evans, Hill Manager, Mt Martin Ski Club
We did not have a lot of snow on the ground when we opened last week. The rain yesterday took away more than half of it and now we have to wait for more. Until that happens, the hill will have to remain closed.