An unexpected 4-6” of dry powder yesterday certainly revitalized the conditions making for some wicked fun skiing. The best snow can be found along the trail edges and the upper mountain terrain is where the nicest packed powder conditions can be found. On the lower reaches of the mountain trails have a bit more hard pack under the fresh snow as it had seen some freeze/thaws over the past week or so. The forecast for today is calling for temperatures in the upper 20s along with abundant March sunshine. Skiers can expect to find predominantly packed powder surfaces along with freshies left untouched from yesterday light skier traffic. We always urge our skiers to be aware and ski with care as there are there are some snow snakes lurking. The Single Chair and Sunnyside Double will spin today from 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM. Beginners can look to hone their skills on the Callie’s Corner Handle Tow between 10 and 3. Please check back regularly for updates as conditions and trail counts are ever changing.
You may have noticed there are more "no parking" signs along Route 17 than in the past. Please respect the state regulations and do not park your vehicle over the white line or in any portion of the active travel lane. VTrans has warned us that improperly parked cars are subject to towing. Please carpool if you can and allow our lot attendants to fill the parking area as effectively as possible. Thanks for your help.