Well, she’s at it again. The twist and turn of temperature play is back on the rise and expected to hit the low 60s on Saturday. Plus, one, two, three days or more of rain this weekend will melt fresh pow to base coat as we slowly say goodbye to the ski season.
Fortunately for east coast slopes, Storm Stella’s snowflakes boosted conditions this past week. Every night through to April closing, we will continue working the trails— pushing, tilling, and seeding those bumps.
The Spring Equinox is a traditional celebration of longer days, sunshine, and soft blooms. April showers to May flowers. We anticipate warmer temps and we move to the groove of Spring cleaning. We wait for the snow to melt as we finally slow down, work a little less, and reflect on the season. Suddenly, we are back in full maintenance mode. Spooling water and air hoses, storing fan guns in the barn, cleaning equipment, and ripping duct tape gaitor wraps from our snow pants.
But— we still have a week and a half of skiing and riding. So, you have to get the snow while it’s still shining and take in every last bump, jump, rail, and grind.
It’s almost pond skimming and party time. Come on, do the twist, and get out on the slopes!
See you there,