Cloudy skies and flurries surround the Peak this afternoon, as it looks like Mother Nature is gearing up for another snowy weekend here in Northern Vermont. How much snow? Well, our weather guy is calling for half a foot of natural to land tomorrow into Saturday, maybe more if we’re lucky.
Snowmaking has finished on the Interstate and Lower Quai, bringing us one step closer to having the Jug Handle Terrain Park online. Looks like the mercury is going to rise into the 30s this weekend, meaning we’ll take a break from blowing man-made and let the Jay Cloud take over for the next couple days. Also, this latest snow means the Nordic Center can now open. They are open tomorrow with 8km of terrain from 9:00a-4:00p and 8:30a-4:00p for Saturday and Sunday.
Ski or Ride on 62 trails and glades tomorrow with packed powder/ powder conditions, all serviced by 8 lifts scheduled to spin. First Chair on Lower Mountain lifts is on tap for 8:30a with Upper Mountain slated for 9:00a. As always, you can catch last chair at 4:00p. Gusts may crest 40 at the summit tomorrow; we’ll keep you updated in case there are any lift changes in the morning.
Lift tickets can be purchased at both Stateside and Tramside ticket windows at $69 for adults (ages 19+) and $55 for juniors (ages 6-18).
TOMORROW: Stateside Hotel Opening Party with live music by The Grift featuring Josh Panda. Plus, in the evening catch Vermont Symphony Orchestra’s Holiday Concert at the Foeger Ballroom. Click HERE to learn more.
Stay tuned here, or with the snow phone (802-988-9601) for the latest snow and mountain news.
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