Marble Mountain Ski Area, a premier ski destination in Atlantic Canada, faced a temporary closure from Sunday through Thursday due to the aftermath of a severe storm accompanied by heavy rainfall. The storm’s impact was significantly felt on the resort’s Lightning Express, a main base-to-summit high-speed quad, which was overwhelmed by mudflows and debris, leaving it in a state of interoperability.

Weather Update 🌧️ 🏔️

Over the past two days, We have experienced extensive rainfall, resulting in some unexpected challenges for the mountain. Gravel and sand transportation from washouts have been deposited at the base, necessitating immediate attention.

We want to extend our deepest gratitude to Christian, our dedicated Outside Operations Manager, and his exceptional team who have been tirelessly working since the early hours to address these issues. Their commitment and hard work are truly commendable.

At this time, we anticipate reopening the mountain on Friday. We understand the disappointment this may cause, but please know that the entire team is working diligently to recover the mountain as quickly as possible.

While we’re facing this setback, we remain hopeful. Weather models are predicting late snowfall for us, and we’re keeping our fingers crossed for a favorable turn of events.

Thank you for your continued support and understanding during this time.

Stay tuned for further updates, and let’s keep our spirits high for the mountain’s bright future ahead!

Marble Mountain

Marble Mountain Ski Area is expected to pressure operations tomorrow with the ski area back up and running for weekend skiing.

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