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Wednesday, January 26, 2022

New Trails and Snow on the Way

Chair 7 is open with Ridge Run, Big Dipper, and Ace's Run. Look for more trails to come soon and stay up-to-date with the Mountain Report. Snow of 2 - 4 inches is in the forecast from Winter Storm Kenan. Conditions are going to be superb and it may be windy so stop in to Outdoor Elements to get a facemask, goggles, handwarmers or an extra layer. What a great weekend to be on the mountain!

Last Edited by The Wisperer -cm on Friday, January 28, 2022

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Gold Medal Weekends are Back

Cheer on your favorite USA Teams and Athletes at Wisp Resort for the opening and closing weekends of the 2022 Winter Olympics with on-snow competitions, off-snow games, fun and lots of gold medals. USA! USA!

February 4 - 6 & February 18 - 20, 2022

Book your lodging now at the slope-side Lodge at Wisp and purchase your lift tickets here!

Keep an eye out for more details on Gold Medal Weekends coming soon!

Last Edited by The Wisperer -cm on Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

More Terrain on the Way

How we feel about more trails opening for the weekend 🎉

You can expect the following to be open this Friday:

Main Street - East Ridge

Down Under - East Ridge

Longview - Front Side

Upper Wisp Trail - Front Side

More terrain to come very soon. Please stay tuned to the Mountain Report. Happy skiing and riding 🏂⛷️

Last Edited by The Wisperer -cm on Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Monday, January 17, 2022

Izzy Stopped By

Winter Storm Izzy stopped by and is still here! 12 inches of fresh POWDER and six new trails, bringing our slope count to 17 open trails. Keep an eye on our Mountain Report for updates on terrain, conditions, snow accumulation and more.

Last Edited by The Wisperer -cm on Monday, January 17, 2022

Friday, January 14, 2022

Snow is on the Way for the Holiday!

We’re gearing up for a big holiday weekend with 11 slopes now open, a solid base, and more snow on the way. We’re expecting 12 plus inches of snow beginning on Sunday – bringing fresh powder just in time for Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend. Stay up-to-date on conditions and accumulation with the Mountain Report.

Hurry, Lift Tickets Going Fast!

Ensure access to the slopes by staying at the slope-side Lodge at Wisp. All hotel guests are ensured access to the mountain with packages including lift tickets, rentals, and group lessons. Roll out of bed, into your boots, and walk out the backdoor onto the slopes. It's that easy when you stay at the slope-side Lodge at Wisp. Limited day and night tickets available.

Midweek Skiing and Snowboarding

Can't make it to Wisp this weekend? Book a midweek stay for savings and wide-open terrain. Plus, we make it easy to take advantage of the slopes with our Midweek Madness and Learn to Ski and Snowboard lodging and lift ticket packages.

Secure Your Fun in Advance

Wisp Resort is committed to managing capacity to maximize everyone’s enjoyment. Mission: Affordable Season Pass holders, Mission: Four’dable Quad Pack Tickets, and Resort Lodging Guests are ensured access without reservations. Daily lift tickets, rentals, and tubing sessions must be purchased online in advance to ensure your spot on the mountain.

Last Edited by The Wisperer -cm on Monday, January 17, 2022

Friday, January 07, 2022

Snow Much Snow!

We received 7 inches of natural snow from overnight and today! Plus, our snow guns have been firing away. So far this season, 74 million gallons of water have been pumped for snowmaking!

Ski with us this weekend! Day tickets, night tickets, and tubing tickets are available here. On your ski breaks, warm up with some hot cocoa and a hot meal at one of our dining outlets - DC's, Alpine Eatery, Wispers, and Sundown Café.

Last Edited by The Wisperer -cm on Sunday, January 09, 2022

Mountain Report Summary

Closed for the 2021-22 Winter Season

Slopes Open: 
New Snow:  0in
Trails/Lifts Open:  0/0
Base:  0""
Snowmaking:  No
Surface Conditions: 

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