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Info on northern VT conditions?

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Hi All,

I'm looking at taking a few days at the end of this week (3/11 -- 17) to ski northern VT.  I was at Killington and overheard someone complaining about ski conditions up north.  Anyone got good info on quality of things at, say, Jay, Sugarbush, or Stowe?  FWIW, I was at K-ton yesterday (Friday 3/8) and they had 4-6" of fresh on what seemed to be a good clean base.

post #2 of 5

I spent 3 days at Sugarbush March 1-3.  Conditions were great with the only real complaint being that some of the natural snow trails had thin cover in spots.  We're talking a small percentage of the trails like that.

post #3 of 5

jay was pretty dang good this past week. not much new snow but plenty of coverage everywhere

post #4 of 5

We just had the Northern Vermont Gathering from March 2nd through the 5th.  Like was said above, Sugarbush's natural snow trail were thin, but definitely still skiable.  Mad River Glen and Stowe had awesome conditions.

post #5 of 5

I can confirm Kevin's report on Sugarbush (I was there 3/1).  I have heard great things about conditions at Jay.  All second-hand.

 

We may all--Gore, Killington, Sugarbush and MRG (haven't checked Stowe or Jay)--be getting rain at some point between Mon. and Wed. of the upcoming week.  Check the forecast.  Whichever area doesn't get hit (or gets snow instead) might be the place to go.

 

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