Prime conditions everywhere for MLK weekend

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While Connecticut got the lion’s share of snow from this week’s nor’easter, most northern New England also picked hefty amounts of snow. That means those heading up north for the Martin Luther King weekend will find prime conditions with most trails open. That’s a big change from a week ago when trail counts dipped below […] [Read More]

Go ahead, enjoy the snow

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It’s about time. Connecticut ski areas got up to two feet of snow from this nor’easter. That hasn’t happened in years. The totals: Woodbury is reporting 25 inches. That should not only improve the skiing and snowboarding, but its snow tubing park. Mohawk Mountain in Cornwall starts the day with 24 inches. Ski Sundown in […] [Read More]
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Where the snow will fall

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The snowfall accumulation forecasts are all over the map; 6-8 inches in Vermont, 10-15 inches in southwestern Connecticut, 12-16 around Boston and southern New Hampshire. And for ski areas, if the forecast holds, the big winners should be Wachusett (outside Worchester, Mass.), southeastern New Hampshire areas like Ragged and most areas in Maine. Southern Vermont […] [Read More]
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Snow brings prime weekend conditions

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What a great day to go out and enjoy winter! More than a foot of snow has fallen in some parts of Connecticut. And it was the nice, dry kind of snow that won’t break your pack while shoveling. And the big winner with the highest accumulation? Mount Southington that reports a foot of fallen […] [Read More]

The joys of midweek skiing/snowboarding

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It’s a new year and that also means people (who are fortunate to be working) have a full bank of vacation and personal days, not to mention those mental health days. So why not take a day or a few days off and enjoy the pleasures of midweek skiing and snowboarding? Just look out your […] [Read More]

Kids pay their age at Mount Snow Sunday

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Want to take your kids skiing or snowboarding but are a little short on cash? Well here’s a deal for you … on Sunday at Mount Snow in southern Vermont, the price of a kid’s lift ticket is equal to their age. Meaning, a 13 year-old only pays $13 for a ticket. The normal price […] [Read More]