Exclusive photos and snow report from Mt. Washington Valley

Posted By: The Ski Channel on February 25, 2010 7:21 am

Greetings from Mt. Washington Valley, NH,

Snow has been falling in Mt. Washington Valley since Tuesday night. Accumulations range from 2-10 inches and more snow is in the forecast as the predicted larger storm arrives. 

Alpine Areas 

Attitash Ski Resort — Snow base depth: 20 – 30 inches / 67 trails / 6 lifts / New Snow: 6-8 inches

Black Mountain — Snow base depth: 8 – 36 inches / 30 trails / 2 lifts / New Snow: 7 inches

Bretton Woods — Snow base depth: 18 – 40 inches / 101 trails / 6 lifts  / New Snow: 5 inches

Cranmore Mountain Resort — Snow base depth: 12 – 50 inches / 49 trails / 7 lifts / New Snow: 4 inches

King Pine — Snow base depth: 18 – 32 inches / 17 trails / 5 lifts / New Snow – 2 inches

Shawnee Peak — Snow base depth: 8 – 22 inches / 30 trails / 4 lifts / New Snow – 5 inches

Wildcat Mountain — Snow base depth: 12 – 40 inches / 41 trails / 3 lifts  / New Snow: 9 inches

Cross Country Areas 

Bretton Woods XC — Snow base depth: 14 – 20 inches  / 65 km open / New Snow – 5 inches

Great Glen Trails — Snow base depth: 6 – 20 inches / 43 km open / New Snow – 8 inches

Jackson Ski Touring — Snow base depth: 3 – 30 inches / 74 km open / New Snow: 3-10 inches

Bear Notch Ski Touring — Snow base depth: 12 – 14 inches / 50 km open / New Snow: 6 inches

Mt. Washington Valley Ski Touring — Closed pending more snow

Purity Spring XC & Snowshoe Reserve – 9k open / New Snow: 2 inches
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Events

Wildcat Mountain – Friday, February 26, 2010, $9 Lift Ticket Friday, start the weekend early with a $9 lift ticket and be sure to upgrade your ticket that same day before 3pm to ski or ride again the following day for only $39. Make it a 3-day weekend for only $87, that’s less than $30 a day.

Bretton Woods -  Saturday, February 27, 2010, Bretton Woods Adaptive 3rd Annual Winter Blast, is an annual event to raise funds for the operating expenses of the year-round adaptive sports and recreation program. The event includes a variety of events for participants of all ages and abilities.

Mt. Washington Valley Ski Touring – Sunday, February 28, 2010, 21st Annual Chocolate Festival, Cross country ski, snowshoe or drive from inn-to-inn along the trails for chocolate treats. Rain or shine, snow or no snow, this event will still take place. If the trails remain closed, participants may drive between stops (or walk between some) to visit trailside businesses and enjoy the festival. Tickets are now on sale online or at the Touring Center

       

 

      

 

            

 

 

 

 

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