Today's Mountain Report
Updated Mon Jan 27th 6:51
Well, we would call this weekend a best case scenario picking up another 3 inches of new snow over the last 24 hours. Temperatures stayed comfortable and even the natural surfaces softened up as we dodged some huge snowflakes at times during the afternoon hours.
The system will slowly make its way it out leaving behind a possible inch or two throughout the day today under mainly cloudy skies. The new accumulation brought back the lower sections of Deer Run and Powderhorn which are now fully open. Groomers are out on the hill this morning tilling fresh corduroy on 17 trails, visit our trail and grooming page for the full report.
Today St. Johnsbury Academy will be hosting a Giant Slalom race on Upper & Lower Warren's Way with seven schools participating. Only the T Bar will have an early lift load to support the race.
The Mid Burke, Sherburne Express, J-Bar and Magic Carpet will load at their normal time of 9am-4pm. Tickets can be purchased at multiple locations including our main ticket office in the Sherburne Base Lodge, both retail stores Trailside (base lodge) and Vertical Drop (Hotel), as well as the Hotel front desk.
It will be a relatively quiet last week of January with primarily some midweek sunshine and seasonal winter temps allowing for snowmaking to start back up and continue on McHarg's and Open Slope. It might be quiet weather wise but boy do we have so many activities planned as we ski and ride into February and look forward to our next Holiday Vacation Week(s). Visit our events page for the complete lineup including a visit from our friends at Fairbanks Museum and their portable planetarium presentation.
Thanks for reading, we'll see you on the slopes.