As I've posted elsewhere:
Cannon, NH, on Saturday: no big crowds. I'm guessing that the forecast for cold had most people staying inside, though it wasn't that bad (-10º at the top at 8:20 am, but up to 10º above by early afternoon). Most trails allowed you to open up and take some good cruises. Some of the trails also had a nice 4-6" layer of fresh snow from the previous night's storm (it drifted to 10" in some spots on the upper mountain and at Mittersill). The Zoomer chair developed a 2 minute queue due to a charity race, but the other lifts had no lines at all. The first tram of the day wasn't even packed to the gills, though subsequent ones were. And not many people were crossing to Mittersill, which was their loss, as the snow at Mittersill was extremely good (a mix of everything New England has to offer, from powder to boilerplate).
And the new skis were excellent everywhere, too: any snow type, from boilerplate to powder, groomed to bumps, was totally cake.