Snow Sports

CURRENTLY
71°
Updated
15:18pm 09/25/2020

September 25, 2020

The 2020-21 winter will be different due to COVID-19. We want to share our love of snow sports and the outdoors, but our guest and employee safety is paramount. We anticipate limited (and reduced) capacities for many of our offering with online reservations required in advance. For a preview of our 2020-21 winter thoughts, click here.

Skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing are typically available from early/mid-December through mid/late March, but these dates vary each year based on weather. We make our own snow, but we require consistent periods below 32 degrees to do so.

We are finalizing winter details now, but our plans will continue to evolve based on local and state restrictions. The information below is from the 2019-20 winter season. Please check back on these pages in mid-October for updated 2020-21 rates, policies, and online reservation schedule. We hope to see you soon and think cold!

 

July 2, 2020

2020-21 Ski Season Passes are on sale now!

Massanutten Resort is busy planning for the upcoming 2020-21 Ski Season. We love to share our passion for outdoor recreation through skiing and snowboarding with everyone from beginners to enthusiasts. We are unsure of what effect the Coronavirus will have on our season, but we are ready to hit the slopes with you – while doing everything we can to ensure the safety of our guests and employees. 

We want you to have confidence when you purchase a 2020-21 Massanutten Ski Season pass. We are implementing a new rate schedule for our season passes, so buying now will ensure you get the best rate. We also have new refund and deferment policies that will provide options if you change your mind. 

  • All Ski Season pass purchases made July 1 – October 31 are eligible for a full, no-questions-asked refund. The refund deadline is November 1, 2020.
  • All Ski Season pass purchases are eligible for a one-time deferment to the 2021-22 Ski Season. Pass deferments are free regardless of pass price increases next season. All deferments must be made prior to Opening Day of the 2020-21 Ski Season OR prior to physically picking up your season pass, if the season has begun.

Let’s make memories together on the slopes – see you there!

Season Pass rates, schedule, policies, and information

 


View on-mountain weather from our weather station on Lift 5. | Check out our webcams to watch our slopes in real time.
Please call us using 540.289.4954 if you have further questions. Thanks and think cold!

Current Conditions

Today's High
73°
Today's Low
54°

Current Stats

Trails Open
0 Trails
Lifts Open
0 Lifts
Snow Tubing
Closed

Lifts

Lift 2 - J-Bar

SurfaceClosed

Lift 3 - Quad Chair

QuadClosed

Lift 4 - Quad Chair

QuadClosed

Lift 5 - Triple Chair

TripleClosed

Lift 6 - Quad Chair

QuadClosed

Lift 7 - Teaching Conveyor

SurfaceClosed

Lift 8 - Teaching Conveyor

SurfaceClosed

Easiest

Easy Street

Closed

Geronimo

Closed

Nutten-To-It

Closed

Southern Comfort

Closed

More Difficult

Lower MAKAttack

Closed

Lower Showtime

Closed

Mass Transit

Closed

Pacesetter

Closed

Upper Showtime

Closed

YeeHa

Closed

Most Difficult

Diamond Jim

Closed

ParaDice

Closed

Upper MAKAttack

Closed

Freestyle Terrain

CMB Terrain Park

Closed

Legend

Trails
  • Easiest
  • More Difficult
  • Most Difficult
  • Freestyle Terrain
  • Opening Later
  • Groomed
  • Partially Groomed
  • Moguls
  • Snowmaking
  • Night Skiing
Lifts
  • Surface
  • Quad
  • Triple
  • Scheduled
  • On Hold

Trail Ratings

All users should be advised that a green circle, blue square, or black diamond trail at Massanutten is not necessarily the same as a similarly rated trail at another area. This system is a relative system and valid only at Massanutten. You should work your way up, beginning with the easiest trail, no matter what your ability level may be, until you are familiar with the trails at Massanutten.

The above forecast is for the valley floor and temperatures at elevation may vary greatly, please click here to see the current mid mountain temperatures.

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