Sunday March 29, 2015

It looks as though today may be a great day to make the pilgrimage to Mad River Glen as we expect beautiful, sunny skies and temps that should flirt with the freezing mark - REALLY! On Thursday night into Friday we scored 7" of new snow on the summit, 5" at mid-station, 3" at Tower #9, and a sloppy inch at the base. The conditions are currently legitimate mid-winter, packed powder.  The upper half of the mountain offers better surfacess than the lower half which is a bit on the crunchier side.  In any other season this would have been considered a phenomenal state of affairs for January or February but we have all gotten a bit jaded this year. Sure there are some slick spots in between some of the moguls and down at the lower elevations but the vast majority of the skiing is eminently edge-able packed powder. The snow cover on the mountain is phenomenal as the base remains incredibly deep. Grooming was aggressive once again overnight with a wide selection of our blues and greens rolled out for your skiing pleasure. On Sunday skiers can expect to enjoy 100% of our legendary terrain serviced by all 5 lifts from 8:30 AM to 4 PM (Callie's Corner Handle Tow and Birdland will turn from 10 AM to 3 PM).

 

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The Triple Crown Mogul Challenge slated for Saturday has been postponed until Saturday April 11

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