Don’t forget the Winter Indulgence Package is available the rest of January and the beginning of February. After an unusually warm Holiday Season, the temperatures have dropped low enough that the ski resorts have been able to open. We expect temperatures to hover in the 20s over the next week or two with no warm up in sight which is great for winter sports enthusiasts. Ice Skating has opened up on the Norwich Town Green as well as other places around the Upper Valley. Numerous places to snowshoe and Nordic ski – including right here in Norwich – are now abundant. Below, find a list of the resorts and conditions as they have been reported this morning, January 9, 2015.
Whaleback Mountain opens this Saturday at 9 a.m. They have been making snow all week. Runs open: Spout, Lower Spout, Upper Face, Bougainvillea, Novice Area Lifts open: chair lift, rope tow, magic carpet!
The Dartmouth Skiway is open and has one inch of snow but it is still snowing. There are three lifts open, seven trails open and a base depth of 6-24 inches. It is machine groomed/frozen granular.
The Quechee Club has had two inches in the last 24 hours, 2 inches in the last 48 hours. Seven of 13 trails are open and 3 of 3 lifts are working with 16” to 24” base and the surface is packed powder.
Suicide Six has had no snow accumulation in the last two days. Five of 24 trails are open with 2 of 3 lifts working. There is a base of 2” to 36” on machine groomed trails.
Killington Resort has had 5” in the last 24 hours and 6” in the last 48 hours, 81 of the 155 trails are open. Seventeen of 22 lifts are available and there is a base of 16” to 24” on machine groomed trails.
Stowe Mountain Resort has had 1 inch in the last 24 hours and 1 inch in the last 48 hours. Ninty of 116 trails are open with 11 of 13 lifts working on a base of 20” to 48” on machine groomed trails.
Sugarbush has had no snow in the last day and an inch in the last two days. The base is 10” to 25” and 104 of 111 machine groomed trails are open and 12 of 16 lifts are working.
Smugglers Notch Resort has had 2 inches in the last 24 hours and 2 inches in the last 48 hours. Thirty four of 78 trails are open and 6 of 8 lifts are working. The base is 14” to 50” and the surface is machine groomed.
Bolton Valley has had one inch of snow, 48 of 71 trails are open, 5 of 6 lifts and there is a base of 10’’ to 25’’. The surface is frozen granular.
Bromley Mountain Resort has 3’’ in the last day, 28 of 46 trails are open, 4 of 8 lifts, base is 14’’ to 36’’ and surface is powder.
Jay Peak Resort has 1-2 inches in the last day, 5-8 in the last two days, 57 of 78 trails are open, 7 of 9 lifts and a base of 10’’ to 27’’. The surface is machine groomed.
Mad River Glen has had one inch of snow in the last day and 17 of 45 trails are open with 4 of 5 lifts working. The base is 6” to 30” and the surface is machine groomed.
Magic Mountain hasn’t had snow in the last couple days. Only 5 of the 43 trails are open and 1 of 4 lifts. The base is 17” to 21” and the surface is machine groomed.
Mount Snow has had 3” in the last day and 8” in the last two days. Forty-one of 80 trails are now open with 10 of 20 lifts working. The base is 14” to 20” and is machine groomed.
Pico Mountain has had 4 inches in the last two days and 20 of 57 trails are operating. Five of 7 lifts and the base is 16” to 24” and is machine groomed.
Burke Mountain Resort has had one inch in the last day and two inches in the last two days. There are 17 of 50 trails open, 5 of 6 lifts and a base of 6” to 24” on packed powder.
Nearby Nordic Trails, snow shoeing, skating and sledding at Grafton Ponds Outdoor Center has had 0 inches in the last day but 2-3 in the last two days. Thirteen of the 15 trails are open the base is 4” to 10” on packed powder.