Following a recent ownership change, Michael Bouchard resumed posting video updates to the area's Facebook page. Recent projects included mowing the ski trails, taking delivery of new HKD snowguns and a new snowcat, and renovating the base lodge. According to the Concord Monitor, Tenney's new ownership has invested $1.5 million in improvements thus far. Future plans include doubling the size of the main lodge, a skier bridge connecting to new trails, and a hotel off Route 3A.
Shooting Star (February 8, 2023)
The Eclipse triple chairlift (February 8, 2023)
The base lodge and Hornet double chairlift (February 8, 2023)
Crews were working on the Hornet double chairlift Wednesday night. Snow has been made in the platter lift area and on lower Shooting Star, the latter of which has been pushed out. The balance of the main mountain terrain is currently natural snow, much of which has been groomed following last week's storms.
According to Tenney's web site, midweek full day tickets will be $69, while weekends will be $89. The 1,400 vertical foot ski area is served by the main mountain Hornet double chairlift, the Eclipse triple chairlift, and a lower mountain platter lift.