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All lifts will have a delayed opening due to grooming. We plan to open Morse Mt. at 9 am, Sterling Mt. at 9:30 am, and Madonna around 11 am. Presently checking trail conditions.

Ice glazed conditions, staying another day. Fugly!

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56 minutes ago, moe ghoul said:

All lifts will have a delayed opening due to grooming. We plan to open Morse Mt. at 9 am, Sterling Mt. at 9:30 am, and Madonna around 11 am. Presently checking trail conditions.

Ice glazed conditions, staying another day. Fugly!

Why are you staying another day..time to take the wifey home..and head back for more. 

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6 hours ago, moe ghoul said:

All lifts will have a delayed opening due to grooming. We plan to open Morse Mt. at 9 am, Sterling Mt. at 9:30 am, and Madonna around 11 am. Presently checking trail conditions.

Ice glazed conditions, staying another day. Fugly!

Wow Moe you still skied today though WTGAI.  You really want that 100 days. 

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Unreal coupla weeks, just keeps snowing. Foot deep and more untracked at the open. Double session today. DEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!!!!!

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...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY NOW IN EFFECT FROM 2 AM TUESDAY TO
8 AM EDT WEDNESDAY...

* WHAT...Snow expected. Snowfall will impact the area from
tonight through Wednesday morning Over this 30 hour period,
about 7 to 10 inches of snow is expected. Some of the highest
elevations will have a foot of snow or more.

* WHERE...Portions of central, northeast, northwest and southern
Vermont and northern New York.
 

Like, really deep.

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That's not the resort but the actual notch itself, that's legit gnar gnar.

Years ago a meathead died in the notch when a wet slide pushed him off a cliff. Alec something...

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20 minutes ago, Johnny Law said:

That's not the resort but the actual notch itself, that's legit gnar gnar.

Years ago a meathead died in the notch when a wet slide pushed him off a cliff. Alec something...

The people in the article claimed they were laid back cause it's the east coast. Avalanches occur on slopes that are 30 degrees or more. 

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That happened on the Mansfield side, that's why Stowe responded. Only thing sliding on this side are my planks. Conditions are gonna be zen level shit in the AM. PM refills were nice today.

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Zen level indeed. 2 foot +  in past 24 hours.  :rock

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Lift selfy of me and Fussy D, maybe a lift line shot. Text pix to the wife.

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.Increased Risk for Avalanches in the North Country...

Recent heavy snowfall combined with previous warm ups have created
the potential for avalanches in the exposed back country of the
Green Mountains in Vermont and the Adirondacks in northern New
York. Several small avalanches have already been reported.

Outdoor enthusiasts heading into the back country through the
upcoming weekend need to be aware of the avalanche danger and the
associated risks involved. Steep, open slopes will have the
highest potential avalanche risk.

If you go into the back country of the Adirondacks Mountains or
Green Mountains to snow shoe, ski, or ice climb, be aware of the
avalanche danger and take the appropriate precautions.
 

 

WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 AM EDT
THURSDAY...

* WHAT...Snow. Additional snow accumulations of 3 to 6 inches,
with localized amounts up to 8 inches possible along the
Western Slopes and northern Adirondack Mountains.

* WHERE...Vermont side of the Champlain Valley...Western
Slopes...and portions of northeast Vermont.

* WHEN...Until 8 AM EDT Thursday.
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