After operating the tubing lift for two weeks, the main mountain is expected to open on Thursday.
Monday, March 5, 2018, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
Years of work are expected to pay off on Thursday, as Tenney Mountain is planning to open for ski operations.
According to a Facebook post today, the ski area will open on Thursday "if we get 6" plus inches." The latest Portland, Maine National Weather Service Area Forecast Discussion states "Confidence is high for widespread 8 to 14" snowfall across the region" Wednesday into Thursday.
Posted ski area hours are Thursday through Monday, 9 AM through 5 PM. According to Tenney's web site, "a limited number of trails are open for the 2018 Inaugural Season" that are "strictly Intermediate & Advanced level, with natural snow."
Tenney has been in operation on natural snow since Saturday, February 17, operating the Pomalift for tubers and novice skiers.
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. Bouchard's Tenney Mountain Development Group acquired the property in November of 2014.