Snow continues to fall today at Stowe Mountain Resort! 5-6” fell through the weekend making for some great skiing and riding. Strong winds did hamper lift operations this morning, but by about 8:30 both the Gondola and FourRunner Quad were spinning. The Mansfield stake is now at 31”, so most of the woods and backcountry are still un-skiable. However, most of the open trails have great coverage and Operations began blowing snow for the Half-pipe and the large park this weekend, so expect those soon. NOAA is forecasting another few inches tonight and the snow should continue through the day tomorrow. Think snow!
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