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The snowsports season has officially come to a close. Thanks to our guests and staff for making it a great and memorable season.
We hope to see you at our summer attractions. Zip Line Tours continue on a year round basis by reservation. Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures and Roseland Wake Park will open in May. Roseland Waterpark will open in late June. Fall Sky Rides will start the weekend after Labor Day.
Best pricing for the 2017-18 Season Pass and Card products is available until April 30th. These items can be purchased online at https://store.bristolmountain.com/E-Commerce/.
The Administrative Office will be open Monday - Friday from 9am-4pm.
|Trail||Difficulty||Status||General Surface Conditions||Notes|
|Eclipse||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Hale Bopp||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Halley's Run||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Infinity||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Launching Pad||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Milky Way||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Nova||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Shooting Star||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Skyway||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Space Walk||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Sunbelt||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Asteroid||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Beta||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Big Dipper||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Galaxy Way||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Lower Meteor||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Lower North Star||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Lower Rocket||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Lower Universe||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS||NO LIGHTS|
|Morning Star||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Orions Belt||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Outer Orbit||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Shuttle||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Southern Cross||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Sunset||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Sunset Way||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Upper Galaxy||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Upper North Star||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Upper Universe||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Ursa Minor||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Challenger||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS||NO LIGHTS|
|Lower Galaxy||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Upper Meteor||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Upper Rocket||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS|
|Comet||CLOSED FOR SNOWSPORTS||Dedicated race trail. Limited availability to the public. Open status can mean open with a race or race training event.|
Parks & Pipes
|Trail||Feature Difficulty||Status||General Surface Conditions||Notes|
(Features subject to change or be removed without notice)
|Shooting Star Terrain Park||Small||CLOSED|
|Top of Galaxy Rail Garden||Small/Medium||CLOSED|
|Galaxy Terrain Park||Medium/Large||CLOSED|
|Lower Meteor Park|
(below cut over)
|Morning Star Race Park||Medium||CLOSED|
|Trail||Difficulty||Status||General Surface Conditions||Notes|
|Gemini||CLOSED||Natural snow and natural lighting|
Snow Conditions Codes and Definitions
The following surface condition codes and definitions explain the type of snow surface reported at Bristol Mountain. Bristol Mountain endeavors to inspect trails and report conditions consistent with terminology descriptive of surface condition(s) developed by the New York Ski Industry Association, Ski Areas of New York, Inc. These are approved by Article 18, the New York Safety In Skiing law.
MG = MACHINE GROOMED.
BS = BARE SPOTS - Areas of exposed underlying trail surface NOT covered with sufficient amounts of any form of snow, ice or other skiable material. No skier should attempt to ski over or through any Bare Spot or Spots.
CO = CORN SNOW - Large ice-like granules, which are loose during above-freezing temperatures and which freeze together during below-freezing temperatures. Corn snow is usually a product of the above/below freezing cycle of temperatures typical of spring days. Large ice-like granules which remain frozen together in extended cold periods, or chunks of ice created by incomplete grooming or icy surfaces are not characteristic of corn snow.
FG = FROZEN GRANULAR - Granular snow which was once wet and which has frozen together forming a rather solid or crusty-textured surface. It can return to loose granular after thawing or being worked by a grooming machine or from the effects of skier traffic breaking up the crust. Frozen granular snow will support a ski pole stuck into it. However, if the pole makes ice chips and the surface will not support the pole, the surface is ICY.
HP = HARD PACK - Hard pack snow is a dense, compressed snow condition harder than packed powder and softer than ice.
IP, IS = ICE PATCHES, ICY SURFACE - Ice represents a hard, glazed surface usually created by freezing rain, or old surface snow melting and quickly refreezing again, or by ground water seeping up into the snow and freezing. Also may describe a very wet surface that has been skied into a smooth surface while above-freezing temperatures are existent and then rapidly dropping temperatures occur. When broken, ice breaks into chunks rather than granules. Patches describe localized occurrences of ice; surface describes a more prevailing icy condition on the slope.
LG = LOOSE GRANULAR - Loose granules similar to rock salt, usually formed after powder snow thaws, refreezes and crystallizes or an accumulation of sleet. Loose granular may also characterize surface conditions produced by machine conditioning of frozen granular or icy surfaces.
P = POWDER - New snow generally of dry and fluffy consistency. Will not make a snowball easily.
PP = PACKED POWDER - Loose powder snow compacted by rollers, drags or other mechanical apparatus or by skier traffic to a state which leaves little air space between particles. It is no longer fluffy, but it is not so extremely compacted that it is hard and icy.
SC = SPRING CONDITIONS - This term is used to characterize the wide variety of surface conditions which results from the alternate freezing and thawing of snow cover in spring weather. This term is used in place of other terms when the usual surface descriptions cannot accurately or completely describe the situation, that is, when no single surface type covers at least 50% of the skiable surface of a trail.
TC = THIN COVER - Indicates that the cover that currently exists will decline in quality due to skier traffic and may break through to the underlying trail surface. Thin Cover indicates that Bare Spots are anticipated to develop in the area during the day.
V = VARIABLE - A wide variety of conditions which cannot accurately or completely be described using usual terminology, such as when no single surface type predominates.
WG = WET GRANULAR - loose or frozen granular snow which has become wet and soft after a thaw or from a rainfall.
WP = WET POWDER - Powder snow that is wet when it falls (you can easily make a snowball) or dry powder that becomes wet as the temperature rises above freezing or is dampened by rain.