Ski areas get pounded with fresh snow


Just in time for Presidents Week …

Hail to the Snow!

Ski resorts from Connecticut to Maine got a much needed boost from Mother Nature with a good dumping of much needed so.

The timing is just perfect because it will allow areas to open up most of their trails. This is so important because crowds are expected at ski areas during the February break. More trails means crowds will be better spread across the area.

It’s also good because people will be paying top dollar for a lift tickets and lodging during the holiday break.

Here are some snowfall totals:


Ski Sundown 16 inches Photos

Mohawk Mountain, 14 inches

Mount Southington 13 inche

Woodbury and Powder Ridge 12 inches


Catamount 17 inches

Jiminy 27 inches (in the last four days)

Butternut 16 inches

Otis Ridge 16 inches


Magic Mountain 30 inches

Bromley 23 inches

Stratton 23 inches

Mad River Glen 22 inches

Mount Snow 18 inches

Killington 18 inches

Okemo 16 inches

Sugarbush 12 inches


Mount Sunapee 18 inches

Cranmore 16 inches

Wildcat 15 inches

Waterville 13 inches

Cannon 12 inches

Bretton Woods 12 inches


Sunday River 17 inches

Saddleback 15 inches

Sugarloaf 15 inches


Windham 26 inches

Thunder Ridge 12 inches

Hunter 10 inches

Whiteface 10 inches

Belleayre 7 inches











Jim Shay