As the Mamas and the Papas once said… “Monday Monday, so good to me.” We couldn’t have asked for a better Monday on the hill. Those who got first chair were enjoying 3 inch powder lines from last night’s snowfall. Snowflakes kept falling throughout the day, giving us another 3 inchesthat’s a half foot from the sky in the past 24.Now the snow was forecasted to stop this afternoon but it quickly picked back up and it looks to keep snowing into the evening; so we could be looking at fresh powder lines in the morning yet again! Tomorrow is bringing similar temperatures and sunny skies, with even more snow predicted to start falling later in the afternoon. The grooming team plans to have 63 trails polished up with pristine corduroy for the morning. Our 4 terrain parks will be open, awesome, and freshly groomed tomorrow; with East Bryneside closed for the build of this season’s “retro pipe.” And if you can’t get enough powder, there are still plenty of stashes hidden around the hill...did someone say kneedeep?
March is here, and there is so much to do! The 24 Hours of Stratton lets you team up to ski and ride the mountain for a full 24 hours. Help raise money for the underprivileged youth in Vermont while skiing in this FUNdraiser on March 21. You can also sign up for a chance to win some cash at the 2015 Vermont Open on March 12-15. There is $20,000 in prize money as well as live music performances and an all-around great party!
Safety Message: Be aware of changing weather conditions. Play safe, play smart, and enjoy the mountain.
This plan is a projection for Tuesday March 3. Expect updates and stay in the loop by visiting www.stratton.com on any mobile device and desktop computer.
On any day, ski or ride for one hour from the start of your day (time at which you picked up your lift ticket - ticket is time stamped); if you are not satisfied with the snow conditions bring your ticket to guest services and receive a voucher for the same type of ticket good until the end of the current season. See details here.