Thanks to fresh snow falling across the highest elevations of the Northeast on Sunday night, snow sliders enjoyed some of their first turns of the season on Monday. And while Old Man Winter welcomed us back with only a few inches of snow at the highest elevations (4-6″ atop the porch railing of a cabin at 3600′), it was just enough to kick off the season. Lower on the mountain, it’s possible that the perfect carpet of wet-leaves-atop-green-grass-and-moss skied as well as the snow – if not even better!
The image above features the higher elevations along Vermont’s Worcester Range on Monday morning… while the following images were captured while we were out skiing later that morning above Vermont’s Mad River Valley.
Here’s to another cold and snowy winter ahead!
- Brian and Emily
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