Mountains of adventure and mountains of fun

Last night we made snow on Meadowlark, the Practice Slope, Lower Morse Liftline, Sir Henry’s Learning, and the base area of the Village Lift. We continued making snow on Sir Henry’s Learning Hill this morning to take advantage of the colder temperatures. Our groomers smoothed out the snowmaking whales and Sir Henry’s was open this afternoon. The weather is going to be a little wild tonight and tomorrow. Tonight’s forecast is calling for snow, freezing rain, and sleet before midnight then turning to rain after 1 am. Tomorrow’s forecast is calling for cloudy skies with rain before noon and a high of 57 degrees. Temperatures fall tomorrow night and stay colder for the near future with snow in the forecast for Saturday. Tomorrow we plan to have 3 lifts operating; Sterling Lift, Sir Henry’s Glider, and Mogul Mouse’s Magic Lift open to mid-station. We have 10 trails open with terrain for all ability levels. 9 out of the 10 trails will be groomed for tomorrow, that’s a grand total of 28 acres of freshly groomed terrain. Surface conditions are machine groomed and loose granular with average base depths of 6 to 32 inches.

Sterling Pond with Mount Mansfield in the background
Howie’s Wanderer
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