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Clouds 70°F
Conditions
4/1/2024
Good morning Windham Mountain Club community. We have wrapped up operations for the 23/24 season, and we'd like to extend our sincerest thank you to all of you that joined us and helped make this winter so special. We're looking forward to this coming November when our winter operations will kick off once more. Thanks again, take care, and we'll see you soon.
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High 73 °F
Low 69 °F
Trails Open 0/54
Lifts Open 0/11
New Snow 0"
Base Depth 12" - 36"
Open Acres 0 ac
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Wooly Bear Carpet
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Wonderama Express Quad
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Whiteway Express Quad
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East Peak Express Quad
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Willpower Triple
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Park Tow
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Enclave Carpet
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Baker Double
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Whisper Run Upper
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Whisper Run Lower
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Wall Street
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Way to Go
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Where's Charlie
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Whiteway
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Wonderama
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Lower Wraparound
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Upper Wall Street
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Warmup
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Warpath Chute
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Lower Wheelchair
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Upper Whistler
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Lower Wipeout
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Lower Wiseacres
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Lower Wolverine
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Upper Wraparound
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Windfall
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Wilbur
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Upper Wheelchair
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Lower Warpath
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What's Next
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Whisper Run
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Willpower
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Wooly Bear
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Mini Wall Bypass
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Upper Warpath
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Whiskey Jack
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Lower Whirlwind
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Lower Whistler
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Upper Wiseacres
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Wildcat
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Wolf's Prey
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The Wall
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Wedel
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Upper Wolverine
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Upper Whirlwind
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Wide Connection
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Whistler Chute
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Warmup Road
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Old Wolverine
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Waltz
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Wizard
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Wrangler
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What Terrain Park
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Upper Wipeout
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Way Out
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Whataride Glades
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Wanderer
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World Cup
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Wicked
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Wing n' It
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Wapeka
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Why Not
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Wigeon
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WinTuck
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Pop-Up Park Lower Whistler
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What Terrain Park
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Wilbur Park
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Lower Warpath Park
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Lower Whirlwind Park
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Mini Park on Lower Wraparound
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Mountain Safety

at Windham Mountain Club

At Windham Mountain Club, your safety is our top priority. Whether you’re a seasoned skier or a first-time visitor, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience on the slopes is essential. We are committed to maintaining a safe environment for all our guests through education, awareness, and adherence to mountain safety guidelines.

 

Key Safety Tips

1. Know the Code:
Familiarize yourself with the Skier Responsibility Code. It’s crucial to understand and respect the rules to ensure everyone’s safety on the mountain. Remember, safety starts with you.

 

2. Stay in Control:
Always be aware of your surroundings and maintain control of your speed and direction. This helps prevent accidents and ensures a safe experience for all.

 

3. Respect Others:
Be mindful of other skiers and snowboarders around you. Yield to those ahead and give plenty of space when passing.

 

4. Use Proper Equipment:
Ensure your equipment is in good condition and appropriate for your skill level. Properly functioning gear can significantly reduce the risk of injury.

 

5. Be Prepared for Changing Conditions:
Mountain weather can change rapidly. Dress in layers and be prepared for varying conditions. Check the weather forecast and trail conditions before heading out.

 

6. Follow Signage and Patrol Instructions:
Pay attention to all posted signs and follow the instructions of the mountain patrol. These guidelines are in place to keep you safe.

 

7. Hydrate and Rest:
Stay hydrated and take breaks as needed. Fatigue can lead to accidents, so listen to your body and rest when necessary.

 

Learn More About Mountain Safety

 

For a comprehensive guide to staying safe on the slopes, including detailed safety tips and important guidelines, please visit the SKI NY Mountain Safety Guide. Your safety is our top priority, and we encourage all guests to review this guide before hitting the slopes.

SKI NY Mountain Safety Guide

 

Stay Safe, Enjoy the Adventure

By following these safety tips and being mindful of others, you contribute to a safe and enjoyable environment for everyone at Windham Mountain Club. Let’s work together to keep our mountain safe and fun for all.

 

If you have any questions or need assistance, our mountain patrol team is always here to help. Have a safe and memorable experience on the slopes!