Sugarloaf opened this morning, marking its 60th ski season.

The mountain is currently operating the SuperQuad chairlift, servicing three trails. Skiers and riders can enjoy Pinch, Upper Toat Road and Lower Tote Road for $29 lift tickets.

Sugarloaf’s Vice President of Mountain Operations Rich Wilkinson said the resort spent the summer improving the efficiency of the mountain’s snowmaking system.

“We were fortunate to have temps in the teens the last two nights, but the Boyne Low Energy Fan Guns and our other Low-E technology have allowed us to continue making snow around the clock, despite marginal daytime temperatures,” he said.

The resort is the third to open in New England for the season. Sunday River was the first ski resort to open, welcoming skiers to the slopes in October.

“It goes to show the magnitude of our snowmaking system and the level of commitment towards making this happen,” Sunday River’s Vice President of Mountain Operations Brent Larson said.

Sunday River is currently offering four trails serviced by two lifts.