LINCOLN, NH (March 23, 2015) – A historically cold and snowy winter for New England is quickly transitioning into an epic spring at Loon Mountain, with nearly 100 percent open terrain and a jam-packed events calendar stretching into mid-April.

This spring will be especially sweet for those who purchase their 2015-16 New England Pass in full, as they will be able to use that pass for the rest of the season. Gold and Silver New England Pass holders will also be able to purchase a brand-new M.A.X. Pass Add-on, which offers 5 days of skiing or riding each at 19 additional resorts across the country.

And while winter is slowly winding down, Loon’s spring events calendar is heating up fast. A full events schedule is available at, along with the latest conditions updates, photos and videos.

March 28-29 – Droppin’ In – This two-day camp is a golden opportunity for women to take their park and pipe skills to the next level. Skiers and riders will work one-on-one with Oakley pro athletes, sharpen their skills in a private park, and even build their own Oakley goggles.

April 4 – ‘80s Day – For one day each year, neon dominates the slopes as Loon celebrates a decade of big hair and bold fashion choices. At the end of the day, skiers and riders strut over to the Bunyan Room in their rear-entry boots to enjoy live music from ’80s cover band Fast Times.

April 4 – Red Bull All Snow – Inspired by concrete skate parks and hand-dug halfpipes, this event will challenge competitors to throw down various tricks on snow-only features that emphasize flow and rhythm.

April 5 – Easter – Wake up early for a nondenominational Easter Sunrise Service at the summit of Loon Peak before getting first tracks. Later that morning, kids will enjoy a bright-eyed and bushy-tailed egg hunt.

April 11 – Slushpool Party – There’s no better way to celebrate spring than trying – and failing – to skim across a pond of ice-cold water. This spectator-friendly event has been a spring fixture for decades here at Loon, with spectacular splashes that never fail to disappoint.

April 12 – Street Cred presented by Red Bull – Snowboarders compete on urban-style elements in this street-inspired rail jam where creativity, style and versatility earn points with the judges. Bragging rights and a cash purse go to the winner.

2015-16 New England Pass Deals

Skiers and snowboarders can make the most of these fun spring events by purchasing their 2015/16 New England Pass in full before the snow melts. By paying for their pass in full now, they can use that pass here at Loon, Sugarloaf, or Sunday River for the rest of this season. Or, lock in the lowest pass rates with our Easy Pay Plan by making a $50 down payment by April 30 and paying the balance in four easy installments over the summer.