Good day at Whitetail today in south-central PA. 40something degrees, little wind, moderate crowds, and I had some discount tickets to burn and skied with two of my daughters. Whitetail still had lots of manmade snow coverage and all trails were open. The surfaces sugared-up pretty heavily by about noon, but gorgeous sunshine made it an extremely pleasant day anyway. We are deep into spring skiing here in the mid-Atlantic, sad to say. Despite a lot of snow our resorts will probably start closing in a week or two. Although this year has been exceptionally cool for good snow preservation. A number of our resorts opened in late November, maybe some can make it to early April. That would be well beyond our normal season length.
Suzy warming up on the green circle Sidewinder Trail:
There's a random guy getting some pretty good air in the background of this shot from the base of the Terrain Park:
Whitetail has a high speed quad that serves over 900 feet of vertical, which is good for our part of the ski world:
I was very impressed with this adaptive skier who was still in the early stages of learning to ski. There is a courage thing at work here.
Looking up at some advanced trails, Bold Decision and Exhibition (with bumps that were bigger than the look from here)
Pops, Mary and Suzy: