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Snow Report

snow report by ski shack

 

Hello all you snow lovers, are you ready for a new week out on the slopes? A new week in NEPA means more trails opening! With our weekly snow report, you’ll have all the latest data on open trails, recent snowfall, base depth, and any important resort announcements, so you know exactly what to expect! Hopefully, this snow report will help you plan the perfect trip to the mountains this season!

 

Mountain

Open Trails

Recent Snowfall

Base Depth

Montage  26 / 26 0" 10-20"
Elk  26 / 27 10" 26 - 44"
Camelback  30 / 40 11" 36 - 36"
Jack Frost  16 / 19 2" 24 - 24"
Big Boulder  10 / 15 2" 24 - 24"
Hunter  42 / 67 12" 12 - 24"
Killington 131 / 155 19" 26 - 30"

 

Data Source: SnoCountry, OnTheSnow and Snow-Forecast

 

 

Resort Announcements:

 

Montage Mountain

“We expect every trail to open today and we couldn’t thank our crews and team enough for the effort and experience they’ve displayed over the last few weeks to get us to this point! Get out here and enjoy it! It’s going to be sunny, crisp day on the mountain and we’ve got lifts turning from 9-9 and Season Member first tracks on the Northface at 8:30am. Tubing is sliding 9-9 and there’s a whole lotta fun to be had! Read More

 

 

Elk Mountain

“Lifts start loading at 8:30 a.m. each day. Ticket sales, rentals, ski school, and the cafeteria open at 8:00 a.m. each day. We close at 4:30 p.m. We don’t have tubing." Read More

 

 

Camelback Mountain

“Great temps for snowmaking continue! We're pumping out snow and grooming for the best conditions possible. Plus mother nature should be sending a few inches of snow our way, so be sure to drive safe! All lift tickets must be purchased in advance online. If you have purchased day lift tickets, Triple Tickets or Rentals, head directly to a kiosk upon arrival to print your RFID card.” Read More

 

 

Hunter Mountain

“Lift tickets will be limited during popular holiday periods this season: Dec. 25 - Jan. 2, Jan. 14-17, and Feb. 18-27” Read More

 

 

Killington Mountain

“These sub-arctic temps are great for making water freeze, so our snowmaking team were out last night and today. Highline and Timberline will have guns firing fresh flakes overnight and will continue running throughout the day.” Read More

 

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