Updated Snow Report from Mt. Washington Valley, NH

Posted By: The Ski Channel on March 3, 2010 5:25 pm

Photo Courtesy of Attitash Ski Resort

Alpine Areas

Attitash Ski Resort — Snow base depth: 24 – 40 inches / 70 trails / 6 lifts

Black Mountain — Snow base depth: 18 – 40 inches / 44 trails / 2 lifts

Bretton Woods — Snow base depth: 20 – 51 inches / 101 trails / 6 lifts

Cranmore Mountain Resort — Snow base depth: 20 – 50 inches / 50 trails / 5 lifts

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

Shawnee Peak — Snow base depth: 12 – 28 inches / 35 trails / 4 lifts

Wildcat Mountain — Snow base depth: 24 – 54 inches / 47 trails / 3 lifts

Cross Country Areas

Bretton Woods XC — Snow base depth: 15 – 24 inches / 50 km open

Great Glen Trails — Snow base depth: 16 – 26 inches / 45 km open

Jackson Ski Touring — Snow base depth: 9 – 40 inches / 137 km open

Bear Notch Ski Touring — Snow base depth: 24 – 30 inches

Mt. Washington Valley Ski Touring — 15k open

Purity Spring XC & Snowshoe Reserve — 12k open

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Events

Attitash – Friday, March 5, 2010, March Mania starts with $39.00 lift tickets on Fridays in March. www.attitash.com

Black Mountain – Saturday, March 6, 2010, 1st Annual Red Parka Regatta Jr., skiers and riders design and build their own downhill vessel for competition. Speed is not the goal, the winning categories will be Most Imaginative, Best Costume and Best Theme. The only rules are that the vessel must be hand crafted and be able to get from the start line to the finish line. Age groups are 6-10 and 11-14. Winners will be chosen by people’s choice during the awards ceremony following the race. www.blackmt.com

Shawnee Peak – Sunday, March 7, 2010, 8th Annual “Break the Sound Barrier” Ski Race Fundraiser to benefit Maine’s Oral Deaf Education Center – hear ME now! Funds raised will help Maine children with hearing loss learn to listen and speak without using sign language. www.shawneepeak.com.

 

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