Tons of Terrain
Today we had 58 trails open for experts and intermediates. Sir Henry’s Learning Hill is also open for beginners. We are 74 percent open which means that we have 240 acres of trails open and with our open woods policy that brings the total to around 700 acres! Woods between open trails are also open terrain. If you ski or ride in the woods you should be an expert and stay in groups of 3 or more.
I ran into my good friend Leigh this morning in Parking Lot 1. We had a blast skiing Madonna and Sterling. We warmed up our legs skiing Upper Exhibition. We jumped into the woods for our next run and were blown away with the amount of snow. We headed up Madonna next to take on Freefall and the Black Hole. We skied Freefall from the top and then cut into the Black Hole. The snow in the Black Hole is really deep and I was able to find some sweet fresh turns.
5:00 pm – 5:30 pm – Join us on the Village Green for a Hot Chocolate Warm-up and Bonfire with Mogul Mouse and Goodtime Charlie, s’mores, glow sticks and wine tasting with Boyden Valley Winery.
5:00 pm – 9:00 pm – Post Thanksgiving Day Dinner at Morse Mountain Grille.
5:30 pm – 6:00 pm – Cirque De Fuego, Vermont’s premiere fire performers.
6:15 pm Fireworks over Morse Mountain and Santas arrival.
6:45 pm – 7:30 pm Join Santa in FunZone 2.0 for cookies and lemonade .
7:30 pm – 8:30 pm – Game Show Showdown in the Meeting House
Sunday we plan to have both the Sterling lift and Sir Henry’s Magic Carpet operating with 32 trails open. 9 out of the 32 trails will be groomed for tomorrow, including Smugglers’ Alley for a grand total of 32 acres of freshly groomed terrain. Tomorrow’s forecast is calling for a chance of mixed precipitation with temperatures between 32 and 40 degrees.