1" - 2"
3" - 6"
Snowmaking: 12" - 36"
Natural: 2" - 4"
Tomorrow we plan to have up to 12 trails open, totaling 4.5 miles and over 2,000 vertical feet of top-to-bottom terrain serviced by the FourRunner Quad!
Today’s skiing & riding was better than expected, especially this afternoon with 1-2" of new snow providing a nice cushion on the firm base. The new snow was dense and our experienced grooming team will mix that fresh accumulation in with base layer to create the best possible conditions for tomorrow. With that said, look for firm loose & frozen granular surfaces to start the week.
Tomorrow’s forecast calls for partly sunny skies with scattered flurries. High temperatures will range from the mid-teens up top, to the mid-20s in the base area. Winds are expected out of the northwest at 25-40mph at the summit.
Tonight we plan to groom all open terrain, with the exception of Centerline and Upper Hayride. Ski Patrol will assess the conditions on Centerline & Upper Hayride in the morning, and they may see a temporary closure tomorrow. In addition, Stowe Parks plans to lay down fresh corduroy on their 7 freestyle features set-up on Lower North Slope.
Please Note-- Skiing & riding is for intermediate & advanced ability levels only at this time. We plan to have beginner terrain available starting on Thursday.
Our snowmakers will jump back into action tonight. With high winds in the forecast tonight for the upper mountain, they will stick to making snow in the lower elevations. They plan to have the snow guns running tonight on Inspiration, Catwalk, Easy Street, Upper Meadows, Competition Hill, Slalom Hill, Crossover and Lower Liftline. Look for snowmaking to continue tomorrow in those same areas, as we work towards expanding our open terrain.
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Snow Phone: (802) 253-3600
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