Ski & Board Report

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Weekly (Seasonal) Fun report of all things snowsport at the local resorts

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Young Adult (18-35)


North American (General)


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Hey, there's hears and writers. Heather Shepherd here with the Light Radio Network Scan Board Report. Welcome to late mid winter early spring skiing and think groomers for doing a great job on upper F. I s a TS mugs. You can enjoy top to bottom skiing and riding on all three mountains. Six lifts Operating, including the Madonna one left Bolton Valley is spinning five lifts and trail conditions on groom terrain shaping up to be a lot of fun. Temps got cold enough to make sure that snow stuck around, but surfaces should be nice and buttery enough to really be able to dig an edge in natural terrain will be left on groom. For the most part, you can ski and ride it. Sugar Bush. If you like the options of 111 open trails, groomers wove the wet pack snow into beautiful lines of fresh corduroy. On 47 runs, Sugarbush Parks constructed 107 freestyle features located across four parks. The warm temperatures have brought amazing conditions. The wet snow carves are incredible. Jay Peak offering nine lift servicing all accessible skiing Terrain conditions consist of machine groom, frozen granular and packed powder surfaces around mill ad. Still look for a variable surfaces groomer smooths out 65 trails for over 25 miles of corduroy cruising. In my opinion, this is the best part of the ski season, with warmer temps and still great snow. I'm Heather Shepherd and thanks for listening to the Light Radio Network Ski and Board report.