Thursday, March 15, 2012
While the weather has turned unseasonably warm, the temps on the mountain have yielded some ideal corn snow harvesting. It was cold enough for a few flurries yesterday and the snow has been refreezing each night. Castlerock has unfortunately closed, but we've retained solid cover in many areas, especially on north-facing slopes.
Ripping on Ripcord this week.
Can you believe that last weekend, we had a foot of new snow? Once again, the magic of March amazes with near instantaneous changes from deep snow to bright sunshine.
The Castlerock Challenge was awesome last weekend.
The course on Liftline was in prime shape for smooth turns and big airs. Many thanks to all of the sponsors, competitors and the Ski the East team!
Make the most of your spring skiing, take a lesson with Egan.
Check out the latest mountain video.
Tour De Moon on Saturday night was really fun. Thank you, Dynafit!
Women's Ski Discovery was this week too. Ski like a girl!
Sunday's High Fives Foundation Fat Ski-athon at Mount Ellen was a big success. Check out a cool article about the event from Powder.com.
High Fives Founder and former Sugarbush Diamond Dog, Roy Tuscany.
Soft serve on Paradise!
The weekend looks ideal for spring turns and mountain sun-bathing. Be sure to check out our St. Paddy's Day Celebration on Friday, the Sugaring Time Festival on Saturday at Lincoln Peak and the Acrobag jump at Mount Ellen next week.
We hope to see you soon!
Chairman, Sugarbush Stoke Exchange
Above the clouds on Heaven's Gate this morning.
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