Well, the snow is piling up. Some areas are expected to see upwards of 20″ by Friday AM. There will be some scary driving conditions today for sure so be careful on that commute and if you’re headed for the hills make sure you plan accordingly and drive slow. Let those plows do they’re work, with another storm right behind it arriving on Saturday evening, they will surely have their hands full.
THE LOAF! Such a great trip, looks like fun times ahead folks! Enjoy and drive safe!
Look for the rest of the gallery on Powdermag.com next week, accompanying Mr. Dunfee’s article!
We’re heading up to Sugarloaf in the morning to chase this storm, stay up to date for photos on our Facebook page.
Just a few shots from past seasons. Get out there!
FINALLY! I can ski something other than man made snow cone b/s. Made the drive up to VT to meet up with Jason and his buddy Dwight. Bolton had a inch or two on the ground before the 8″ that fell overnight, just enough to cover the grass. It looks like Stowe and Jay may have done a little bit better as far as snow totals go but it was still an excellent day. My journey started at the bottom of Timberline and ended about 3/4 the way up Cobrass, along the way I met up with Jay and Dwight and we pushed forward…hoping that the wind had deposited the snow up there. After bushwhacking, PBR (thanks Jay!) and getting poached by two snowboarders, we started the descent.
Conclusion: We need more snow, not much…but we need more snow. Here is a visual account of what happened.