Friday February 27, 2015

Tonight temperatures are set to drop once again into the single digits, which will help preserve this incredible stretch of skiing.  For some time now we have been skiing on nothing but powder and packed powder conditions.  There is some good to come of this cold winter and we're certainly reaping plenty of the rewards.  February has bestowed us with over 6 feet of snow and the beginning of March looks to continue the trend.  Needless to say the skiing conditions are extraordinary here at Mad River Glen.  Whether you like the steeps and trees or the low angle groomers conditions right now are excellent wall to wall.  Stark Mountain is a literal packed powder paradise these days.  Tonight the machines will take to the hill and roll fresh corduroy on a handful of our novice and intermediate trails.  Tomorrow we'll look for a high temperature in the mid teens accompanied by abundant sunshine.  Skiers will have access to 100% of our legendary terrain serviced by the Single Chair, Sunnyside Double and Practice Slope chair from 9 AM to 4 PM.  The Callie's Corner Handle Tow will operate from 10 until 3 for the aspiring ripper.  The best news that we have to offer is that this unbelievable stretch of skiing has no end in sight, but the fact of the matter is that it can't last forever so you gotta come on up and SKI IT! 

 

 

 

 

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