Exclusive photos from Mt. Washington ski resorts

Posted By: The Ski Channel on January 7, 2010 6:53 am

             

Mt. Washington ski resorts have excellent conditions following the snow storm from last weekend.  Temps in the 20′s are forecasted for the next several days making for an exceptional January ski weekend and snowmaking weather ahead.

Photo Credits:
Wildcat Mountain: Taken 1-6-10 -  Rime ice & snow coating the upper elevation at Wildcat.

Omni Mount Washington Resort: (Skier in green) Taken 1-6-10  Skiers and riders enjoying this Flat Down Log in the powder filled Wild West Glade at Bretton Woods.

 Alpine Areas

(Note: snowmaking efforts have added to base depths.  Snowfall refers to natural snow to date) 

Attitash Ski Resort — 40 trails and 6 lifts operating / Season to date total snowfall: 29 inches

Black Mountain — 22 trails and 2 lifts operating

Bretton Woods — 98 trails and 6 lifts operating / Season to date total snowfall: 95 inches

Cranmore Mountain Resort — 37 trails and 5 lifts operating / Season to date total snowfall: 25.5 inches

King Pine — 14 trails and 5 lifts operating / Season to date total snowfall: 32 inches

Shawnee Peak — 32 trails and 4 lifts operating / Season to date total snowfall: 36 inches

Wildcat Mountain — 42 trails and 3 lifts operating / Season to date total snowfall: 80 inches

Cross Country Areas

Bretton Woods XC — 100 km open / Season to date total snowfall: 84 inches

Great Glen Trails — 43 km open / Season to date total snowfall: 48 inches

Jackson Ski Touring — 120 km open / Season to date total snowfall: 21 inches

Bear Notch Ski Touring — 40 km open

Mt. Washington Valley Ski Touring — 40 km open
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Events

Cranmore Mountain Resort: Saturday, January 9, 2010,  Darkside Series 1, The first of the Darkside’s first ever nighttime terrain park event series. Registration will be between 2-4pm, which includes a $10 registration fee and the fun starts at 5pm.  www.cranmore.com

Wildcat Mountain – Saturday, January 9, 2010, New England Telemark Festival  returns to Wildcat Mountain. Try out the newest and greatest gear from some of the best telemark companies in the world. Take lessons from a PSIA (Professional Ski Instructors of America) certified telemark school. Win prizes including cash, skis, boots and more in one of the festival competitions.  www.skiwildcat.com

           

 

 

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