Thursday, March 8, 2012
March is a favorite ski month for many of us. Why? We get some of our biggest storms, and when the sun comes out, the snow turns soft. One day may be powder, the next might be spring corn. The variety of conditions keeps it interesting and the accumulated base is usually at its deepest. Great snow and bright sun, sounds awesome!
This week is a prime example of the magic of March. Monday and Tuesday, we were skiing powder in the trees and smooth corduroy on the trails. The last two days have mainly been solar-drenched, with easy turns and fun bumps.
Tonight, the temps are supposed to drop again and we're expecting a few inches of snow to kick off the weekend. Will it be another powder day? To help get excited, check out some fresh footage from this week.
Finding the goods on Tuesday.
Speaking of the weekend, the sun is supposed to be blazing both days, with comfortable wintery temps for the Castlerock Challenge and the Dynafit Tour De Moon on Saturday, and spring-time warmth for the High Fives Fat Ski-athon on Sunday.
Zoom the groom.
It's like the beach, only more fun. Remember the sunblock!
Make the most of your spring skiing, take a lesson with Egan!
The best conditions of the season are upon us. Join us for a some spring incantations and sweet fun. We hope to see you soon.
Chairman, Sugarbush Stoke Exchange
p.s. The first maple syrup of 2012 should be available very soon. Fancy grade!
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