Tuesday January 27, 2015

MAD RIVER GLEN'S 66th anniversary was celebrated today with a heavy snowfall, which began around 10AM. We picked up 3-4" of new snow by 3PM and it continues to precipitate heavily accompanied by a gusty wind here at the base of General Stark Mountain. For skiers tomorrow this means fresh tracks on and off piste, with the majority of the new snow settling into the nooks and crannies amongst the trees. Our famous woods and glades have glorious packed powder coverage. On the trails you'll find some fluff still lingering on the tops of moguls and along the trail edge with just enough firmness underneath to remind you that, yes, this is still New England. We are in the heart of the winter season and are enjoying some terrific skiing conditions. If you have been waiting to ski Mad River Glen with the opportunity to explore all this legendary mountain has to offer, the time to do it is now. Tonight the cats will be on the loose rolling out the corduroy on a nice selection of our novice and intermediate trails for skiers tomorrow. We're not sure what the rest of the storm will bring for us but you can be assured that we'll have 100% of our main mountain terrain open tomorrow serviced by 3 of 5 lifts scheduled to spin from 9 AM to 4 PM.   

 

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