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Looks like Mount Snow is in the same boat....................
Thanks!I'm up at Stowe (skied here yesterday). Took a couple runs off the gondola this morning. Things were starting to soften up, but there is a crust / glaze on everything that's nearly impossible to get an edge in. The areas that had softened up were fun, but they were intermittent.
I have to see my bootfitter up here anyway, so I called it quits. The weekend seems like a 10-by-10 type of day (i.e., 10 runs by 10AM and call it quits as the crowds arrive).
I'm trying to figure out if it's worth the drive up to Mount Snow from CT tonight for just one day of skiing tomorrow?
We have to be home Sunday for a family event. If everything is crusted over tomorrow morning it might not be fun or worth it. It's supposed to be warm, up to 40 degrees tomorrow, but there will be a freeze tonight. How long do you think it will take to soften up after the freeze up?
I don't want to ski groomers all day- Yes I'd be very bored with that.
Looks like the Saddleback and Sugarloaf dodged a bullet. Report are no rain or freezing rain at all. They're expected to pick up a few inches tonight...tomorrow looks like more Powder/Packed Powder conditions!
Hmm. this might call for a little adventure. Any interest from the Boston contingency?