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  • Ski Watch Update – 3/18/16

    While the season is winding down, it is not over!  Yes, all instate ski areas have closed for the season.  So skiing and riding will require a drive.  But you won’t have to go more than a couple of hours.  Jiminy Peak up in the Berkshires of Massachusetts will get the lifts turning again this weekend.  Wachusett will also be up and running for at least a couple more days.
    Further north, there are lots of options. Most of the bigger Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine resorts are still open with lots of terrain to explore.
    And what’s that in the forecast?  Well it’s a Nor’Easter with significant snowfall predicted Sunday into Monday.  So don’t stow the equipment away for the season yet.  Pack it in the car instead, and head to your favorite New England skiing and boarding destination!

    Upcoming events:

    Jiminy Peak, MA Hosts its Spring Fling!

    Jiminy is making the most of the spring snow and warmer temps with their Spring Fling celebration.  Lift tickets are reduced to $39, and there will be lots of fun events including races for the kids, a pond skimming contest, the Bikini Slalom!  Learn more at

    Kids Pay Their Age at Mount Snow, VT

    This Sunday, kids pay their age for a full day lift ticket! If you’re 13 years old, you pay $13, etc.  This deal is only available at the ticket window and lifts open at 8 a.m., so make the most of it by getting here for first tracks.  Get all the details at

    Ski Around the Clock at Stratton, VT

    The 4th annual 24Hours of Stratton is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to ski or ride around the clock.  Join more than 500 participants for the Saturday morning parade and official 9AM start.  Ski All Day & Ride All Night Saturday until the Sunday finale!  Ski under the stars. Look out at fireworks from the lift.  Relish the serenity of first tracks at sunrise. Revel in the camaraderie and sportsmanship.  Earn bragging rights.  Visit for more info.
    Bikini Slalom (Photo courtesy of Jiminy Peak)

    Bikini Slalom (Photo courtesy of Jiminy Peak)