Tenney Continues Snowmaking with Tubing Opening on Horizon
Plymouth ski area has not operated for snowsports since 2010.
Saturday, February 27, 2016, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
Despite weather and governmental setbacks, Tenney Mountain is still planning to open for snowsports in 2016. Its small fleet of fan guns continued to operate on the tubing slope into the morning hours of Saturday.
According to Tenney's Facebook page, the area recently obtained its insurance and its of snow tubes. A fleet SMI Wizzard snowguns have been running periodically on the tubing slope since January. The tubing slope see a "soft opening in the next couple of days" according to a Facebook video update.
In addition, the Eclipse triple chairlift is reportedly ready to operate, should adequate natural snowfall allow for skiing. Work on the Hornet double chairlift will reportedly continue through the end of March.
Located just outside of Plymouth, New Hampshire, Tenney Mountain ski area first opened in 1960. After repeated struggles in recent decades, the 1,400 vertical foot ski area closed in 2010. Michael Bouchard's Tenney Mountain Development Group acquired the property in November of 2014.