Eaton Mountain has reopened for downhill skiing on the lower portion of the hill served by two ski tows, dubbed the "Lower Bowl", Tow 1 is a 700 ft handle tow that runs up as high as the old rope tow (120 ft of vertical) and serves intermediate. Tow 2 is a modern rope tow and serves a gentle and protected beginner slope running 330 feet from the lodge up the bottom of the Fawn trail. We have the ability to make snow on all the terrain served by these two lifts.
We rent skis, snowboards, and helmets. First timer packages, private lessons, and a 4 week learn to ski program are available.
At this time, the chairlift is not ready to reopen for top-to-bottom skiing, but we are working in the background towards getting working lift to the top in place We're as anxious as everybody else to reopen the upper mountain and its unique terrain. Check back here for details on our hike up-ski down policy-to be added
Although faced with a myriad of challenges, past and present, we are continuing to move forward in our efforts to redevelop Eaton Mountain as a convenient and affordable family-oriented ski area.