Another surprise from Mother Nature this morning with 2-3” of Champlain blower! Cold temperatures provided very light and dry snow, the kind of fluff that skiers dream about. That small refresh really helped freshen up things that have been skied and provided for even deeper turns in areas that have not seen tracks. Below 1,200 feet has improved a bit with the new snow, but the upper reaches of the high peaks are still skiing much deeper with a better base underneath than down low. You can still feel some crust and crunch underneath your skis down low so ski with extra care as well as keep your eyes peeled for open water, thin cover and rocks and down trees. The skiing just keeps getting better and better the last few days, keeping our great run of skiing alive and well. Get out there and take advantage of it if you can while the getting is good!
Photo: Cyril Brunner