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Skiers experienced true winter storm skiing conditions on the slopes of Mad River Glen today. Consistent snowfall since the mid-morning has deposited 3-4” of new snow on top of what is already very good coverage on the mountain. High winds accompanied the snow today, forcing the fabled Single Chair to shut down early due to wind hold. The Sunnyside Double picked up the slack, shuttling skiers up to splendid packed powder skiing, refreshed by the new snowfall from the day’s weather. The forecasts suggest that the heaviest periods of snow have passed but lighter snowfall is expected to continue tonight and periodically during the day tomorrow as well. Temperatures for Wednesday are expected to drop down to the single digits by mid-day, coupled with the aforementioned light snow and a calmer wind out of the Northeast. To go along with the packed powder steeps, there will be a wide collection of groomed trails thanks to the tireless work of mountain operations and our snowcat operators. Be sure to stay tuned to the conditions page tomorrow morning to check on new snow totals and our groomed trail list! Remember, hidden obstacles and unmarked hazards still exist, please be aware and ski with care!

During the holiday period the Single Chair, Sunnyside Double and Practice Slope will spin from 8:30AM until 4:00PM. Callie’s Corner Handle Tow and the Birdland Double will be open between 10AM and 3PM. If you’re thinking about visiting the mountain remember that your best deal can always be found in advance online, purchase tickets ahead of time and save!

Uphill travel is NOT permitted today during lift operations.

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