Yea, shaped up to be a pretty sick weekend. My wife says she doesn't want to give birth at the Black Line Tavern so I'm grounded after this weekend. Which looks like its going to be total shit.
I just checked their mountain cams. Mount Snow is definitely cooked for the season unless a weird, unexpected spring storm comes out of nowhere.How is Mount Snow holding up with the end of winter? Soft, fun conditions or sad, dirty slush?
If I was planning to get any more east coast days in, I'd head to northern vermont or maine. It'll be fun spring skiing since they have a pretty solid base. Jay's gotten a fair amount of snow over the last month or so and should have the base for it.I just checked their mountain cams. Mount Snow is definitely cooked for the season unless a weird, unexpected spring storm comes out of nowhere.
I can't complain though. I just know I have a cap on days per season as long as I'm living in the mid-Atlantic. I was trying to cheat it a bit.
For sure.If I was planning to get any more east coast days in, I'd head to northern vermont or maine.
We just hit Stowe Okemo Killington and Pico over the past week. Rivers flowing on lower piste yesterday at Pico. Rain forecast today. Terrain is rapidly diminishing. Go north or go home.For sure.
But I was targeting somewhere on my Epic pass as well as a destination that doesn't require a car. I drove up for my Okemo/Sunapee/Stowe trek in February but not doing that with these gas prices. So that leaves Mount Snow as my only option.
Well I’m still here and the rain is pretty light. So there’s still a bit of stoke left!!!With the assistance of everyone here, I'm now able to accept that my very short season is definitely over. Couldn't have done it by myself. Preciate it.
My "local" mid-Atlantic hills that are closing for the season today look like this.Friend sent this from hunter.
I think my east coast days are done unless I can swing another trip up to VT if they get a lot more cold weather and or a late March /early April dump.