Vermont areas like Killington in Vermont are still going strong. But many areas in southern New England have the end of their seasons in sight.

Get your final runs in as the season winds down

The extremely warm temperatures we’ve had this week means the southern New England ski ski season is quickly coming to an end. Yes, we still have a few weeks yet, but the writing is on the wall.
Thanks to snow-making, Mount Snow has plenty of skiing and snowboarding this winter.

This warm winter, Mount Snow lives up to its name

Looking at a ski resort’s web site this winter, some skiers and snowboarders may be a little disappointed by the number of trails listed as open. Usually toward the end of normal winter, most large
It's a sunny morning at Sugarbush in Vermont Friday morning with several inches of fresh snow expected tonight.

Unlike last weekend, no bitter cold for skiing/snowboarding

Going skiing or snowboarding this weekend? Unlike last weekend, we won’t have to deal with below-zero temperatures and bitterly cold strong winds. We’ll be back to above normal temperatures across the
Bluebird skies and fresh powder; a winning combination this week at Bromley Mountain Resort in southern Vermont.

Lots to love about skiing/snowboarding this week

We’re heading into Valentine’s weekend/Presidents Week with the best snow conditions of any holiday period in the 2015-16 season. Who can’t love that, especially snow-starved skiers, snowboarders and
This is the view from the top of Gunbarrel, the steepest trail in Connecticut at Ski Sundown in New Hartford. Sundown has 100 percent of its trails open.

A super weekend to go skiing and snowboarding

Just after Connecticut ski areas took a hit from a warm, soaking rain, a fresh layer of snow followed just in time for a super weekend. Several inches of snow fell from a surprise snowstorm that many
Thanks to its snowmakiers, Okemo Mountain Resort in Vermont has 74 percent of its terrain open.

Salvation of snow-making got its start in Connecticut

The reality: Without snow making, we wouldn’t have any skiing or snowboard making this season. Even traditional snowy areas like Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine has seen very little natural snow this
It was a powder week at Bolton Valley after the northern Vermont area picked up more than two feet of snow.

Snow bringing more people to ski areas

At long last, it looks like we’re finally going to see some accumulating snow in our backyards. Not a huge amount, but just enough to make it look and feel like winter. That’s good news for ski areas
This is why Ski Sundown in New Hartford, Conn. has 100 percent of its trails open for Martin Luther King weekend. Without snowmaking, there would be very little skiing or snowboarding in the East this winter.

A great MLK weekend for skiing/snowboarding

Ski areas are ready for the Martin Luther King holiday weekend with more trails and greately improved conditions across the East. If you’ve been holding off skiing and snowboarding why are you still