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Northern Vermont, come get some! Feb 24-25 storm.

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Big love, north to south and it's not over yet:

 

Jay Peak:  35"

Smuggler's Notch: 24"

Stowe: 26"

Bolton Valley: 12"+

Mad River Glen: 16"+

Sugarbush: 12"+

 

Enjoy.

post #2 of 7

Jay was out of this world today

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Just kidding.  Have fun!

post #4 of 7
Thread Starter 

Final Totals:

 

Jay Peak:  47"  drool.gif

Smuggler's Notch: 36"

Stowe: 36"

Bolton Valley: 24"

Mad River Glen: 24"

Sugarbush: 24"

 

Strange storm.  One of those uplift events.  Burlington area barely got an inch or two.

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I was lucky enough to be at Stowe yesterday.  I do not know the mountain very well and was lucky enough to be with some regulars who took me into the woods all day.  We spent the entire day riding up the gondola and skiing the trees in powder ranging from top of shin high to thigh high.  It was snowing very hard with no let up all day long.  

 

My son went to Jay Peak with a school trip, said it was great.  They were running the "Freezer" and he said that was torture.

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We spent the entire day riding up the gondola and skiing the trees in powder ranging from top of shin high to thigh high.  It was snowing very hard with no let up all day long.  



Yep - Bolton Valley (24") was amazing, we did just about the same there.  Glades were just amazing.  Left me drooling all day.  Snow was light, fluffy and dry.  What a weekend!  Hope to upload some pics/video later!

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OK i'm envious: the adirondacks got very little!

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