From Winter Powder to Spring Corn snow

Good Morning,

We got through yesterday's drizzle and are back to a frozen consolidated snow pack. Just ripe for peel away corn snow. Maybe my favorite. Despite the classic "Na' england" weather, the skiing yesterday was sweet, albeit a tad damp. The old K-22 Universal Klister, hastily spread last night, provided some choice spring skiing for me. The skate lanes never mushed out either and folks were gliding away right through late afternoon. Today should be a repeat of yesterday, minus the drizzle. In its place will be intermittent sun and a lack of wind that threw some impressive gusts at us yesterday afternoon.

The snowpack is frozen hard now but the temps, as of 9AM have already peaked above freezing. In a few hours the skiing should soften, and the corn snow skiing should be going off. The afternoon is looking to be the best time to ski today! Come up and enjoy these well deserved spring conditions. I still would love to get at least one more storm. Think snow.

Caution on #9 Cold Springs Trail as there is active logging going on TODAY just below the first road crossing heading away from the trail #9 and #5 junction. The outer loop(trails # 6/#10 and #9) is open for experts only. If you hear logging, machinery or chainsaws actively working be smart turn around. Call or check in for details. Please respect any trail closed signs.

If you decide to pay us a visit please note that you are required by the State of VT to follow quarantine guidelines and to fill out an attestation form for Covid-19 travel restriction compliance. You can find a link on our home page of our website to fill out your online form. Please do so BEFORE you show up and on the day you plan to ski. Also note that equipment rentals and most shop services are by reservation. Call for availability and or questions.



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