Stay updated on the recent snowfall with measurements from all the ski areas in Vermont. Can you say spring skiing?
Photos by Brian and Emily Mohr
Text By Evan Johnson
After a dry spell in January, winter has rebounded in a big way. In early February, a series of snowstorms over two weeks has left well over two feet of snow all over the state. As of Valentines Day, resorts in northern, central and southern Vermont were reporting expanded terrain and superb conditions.
Here are the most recent numbers as compiled by the Vermont Ski Areas Association:
Bolton Valley, 23 inches in six days; Bromley Mountain, 26 inches in a week; Jay Peak Resort, 16 – 22 inches in six days; Killington Resort, 29 inches in a week; Mad River Glen, 22 – 27 inches in six days; Magic Mountain, 23 – 25 inches in 72 hours; Middlebury College Snow Bowl, 20 inches in 72 hours; Mount Snow Resort, 31 inches in a week; Okemo Mountain Resort, 23 – 24 inches in 72 hours; Pico Mountain, 29 inches in a week; Q Burke Mountain Resort, 15 inches in four days; Quechee Ski Area, 20 inches in three days; Smugglers’ Notch Resort, 23 inches in four days; Stowe Mountain Resort, 22 inches in a week; Stratton Mountain Resort, 25 inches in six days; Sugarbush Resort, 32 inches in 72 hours; Suicide Six Ski Area, 25 inches in four days.
The recent snowfall has almost all terrain at these areas open and more lifts running to access the new snow. With all this new snow, you may find yourself calling in “sick.” Have fun out there!