Late March can be really warm or cold with fresh snow depending on the weather. Warm temperatures can make the low elevation resorts like Sunday River too slushy for overnight grooming. If that happens head to a higher elevation area like Wildcat where lower temps allow groomers out on the firm base. Be aware that skier traffic and loose wet snow will turn most trails into bumps quickly in the spring.
Areas with less skier traffic will have their groomed trails stay groomed longer. Areas with less skier traffic are Black Mtn in NH, Magic in VT or Mt Abrams in ME. Speed is your friend on loose wet snow to be able to skim over 'mashed potatoes' like a rock skimming a pond. Spring bumps are fun and a good way to learn mogul skiing.
...ditto the previous,
there ARE trails here & there, but we're losing it.
I haven't checked the conditions at Tuckerman(Mt.Washington, NH) lately, but I love hiking up/in in this weather, provided it's NOT a rainy day [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]