Oct 21, 2010 – Although you might have had to ski it to believe it, the skiing in the days following last weekend’s nor’easter has been beautiful and utterly spring like. With increasingly mild days in the valleys, and crispy cool nights, the snow’s been transforming to a near-perfect corn snow in the mountains – where it’s been feeling more like April, than October. Untracked terrain has offered peel-away conditions, and the snow line has only retreated slightly. Here’s an image we captured under the evening moon this week, atop one of Vermont’s highest mountains. The other images were captured during sunset. Let’s hope for more snow to freshen things up over the next 48 hours!
-Brian and Emily