Today is going to be what the Irish call a 'soft day' until the sun breaks through the clouds. The sky is dull this morning and the air is a bit damp but that will pass around 11am if the weatherman is right.
Malcolm is out grooming this morning before the temperature gets too warm. The snow will be what we get when we have typical spring conditions: wet granular in the sun, frozen granular in the shade.
It's going to be more challenging for new skiers than dry powder, but this is what we have 50% of the time in Vermont, so it's a good thing to learn to ski in these conditions. We will have our Learn to Ski lesson at 11am today. If you are thinking of trying it out, consider the lesson as a good way to do that.
25 km open for skiing
27 km open for snowshoeing and fat bikes.
Spring snow on all the trails. The skiing will be best mid-day. The snowshoeing will be just fine all day.
Currently we are still on for night skiing/snowshoeing. We'll groom as the snow chills later today, we expect the conditions will be will be loose frozen granular - maybe a little challenging for first time skiers
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