Exclusive photos and snow report as Mt. Washington ski valley gets 50 inches of snow

Posted By: The Ski Channel on March 1, 2010 9:33 am

Greetings from Mt. Washington Valley, NH,

The rain in the south this past week has been snow in the north. It has been snowing on and off in Mt. Washington Valley for the last five days. Snowfall has ranged from 11 to 50 inches at area ski resorts. More snow is in the forecast for tonight and tomorrow. The new snowfall combined with season-long snowmaking efforts mean conditions will be excellent heading into March. 

Photo credits:

Lori Pecor/Black Mountain (2) – Taken 2-28-10 (Snow in trees with lift, Three skiers with snow in trees)

Omni Mount Washington Resort/Bretton Woods – Taken 2-27-10 (Skiers in tutus!)

Ryan Triffitt/Great Glen Trails (2) – Taken 2-26-10 – The lodge at Great Glen during the storm, cross country skier)

Wildcat Mountain – Taken 2-27-10 – (Snow sculpture trees)

Shawnee Peak – Taken 2-27-10 – (Young skier in snowstorm)

Alpine Areas 

Attitash Ski Resort — New Snow: 35 inches past 5 days

Black Mountain — New Snow: 2 feet past 48 hours

Bretton Woods — New Snow: 8 – 10  inches past 48 hours

Cranmore Mountain Resort — New Snow: 20 inches past 7 days

King Pine — New Snow: 11 inches past 4 days

Shawnee Peak — New Snow: 25 inches past 5 days

Wildcat Mountain — New Snow: 50 inches past 4 days

Cross Country Areas 

Bretton Woods XC — New Snow: 12 inches

Great Glen Trails — New Snow: 30 inches past week

Jackson Ski Touring — New Snow: 6-10 inches last 24 hours

Bear Notch Ski Touring — New Snow: 15-20 inches past week

Purity Spring XC & Snowshoe Reserve – New Snow: 11 inches past 4 days