Open at 9am with 10 km open and groomed for classic and skate skiing and snowshoeing. Fat bikes are allowed on all trails groomed or ungroomed. The snow is grooming up to a nice loose granular. Skiing will soften as the day warms up.
Malcolm is out on the inner trails picking up sticks and checking for downed trees. We had a LOT of wind on Monday night which blew anything lose down on the trails. The Ginsu will drag it all up, and clean up the larger pieces and the sticks. All in all, it's not as covered as we expected it to be. If you like pinecones, we have lots!
We will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday March 2
We've had a few days of warm weather that melted the powder snow into nice loose granular snow. We have been grooming it each day and we've been skiing on very nice spring snow. But tonight Vermont will experience a significant drop in temperature that will freeze it all up solid. It just won't be a great day to be out in the woods.
We will be back at it again on Wednesday after temperatures warm up back up and we can work with the snow. without breaking all our groomers. Some days it pays to be patient, this will be one of those days.
We will wait out the wet and open at 11am today.
It's a wet morning. Later in the day the sun is supposed to push through the clouds and the day will get better. It's a good morning to do those things you've been avoiding, like laundry and tackling your taxes. Maybe you are all caught up. Then it's a good morning to sit in a comfy chair and read a book.
Skiing today will be soft wet granular, snowshoeing will be... snowshoeing. 25km open for skiing, 31 open for snowshoeing. No fat bikes today, it's just too squishy.
If you have any questions about the skiing, please don't hesitate to call us. 802-824-3933. No lessons today.
Open at 9am with 27 km open for classic, 20km groomed for skate and classic skiing. 31km open for snowshoeing. The snow is groomed to a nice loose granular with a layer of new snow on top.
We are supposed to get 2-3" of new snow today before it changes over to rain in the afternoon. The best skiing will be this morning before things get really warm and soft later today. Malcolm groomed all the trails yesterday and some of the inner trails last night. He's left them today so the new snow that is falling will stick and sit on top leaving a nice powder layer. With the new snow and the warm temperatures, you will want to bring your maxiglide or F4 glide wax today.
Night skiing: We are still planning on holding a night ski tonight IF the weather cooperates. Please check our facebook page or here around 3pm when we will confirm. If it's a go, we will open at 5 for night skiing. For more information, click here.
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