Spring Skiing in Vermont
March 08, 2010
Some of Vermont’s best skiing and riding can be found in March. The snow is soft and the sun is warm, making conditions ideal for classic spring skiing.
March tends to be Vermont’s snowiest month, but it varies from year to year. Still, most Vermont resorts will likely offer skiing and riding until early April, with some of the higher peaks staying open even later.
Are you planning on going skiing or snowboarding this spring? Let me know where you end up.
For up-to-date conditions, visit www.skivermont.com.
elvira pajarolaPosted at 15:23h, 08 March
FANTASTIC PICTURES, Erica….!
Oh, my boys and hubby are still often on their skis…I already love going to te close beach…I feel more like spring now…the days are getting mild and the first wild flowers are blooming!
have a great week!!
ciao ciao elvira
Cedar ...Posted at 19:36h, 08 March
My grandson skied Whiteface Mt. near Lake Placid, NY yesterday,.. he said it was a great day. Gotta love spring skiing.
Richard KingPosted at 07:44h, 10 March
Nice pictures. Looks very crisp there. A bit hot over here in Australia at the moment.
Erica HouskeeperPosted at 01:14h, 11 March
Thanks Elvira! I am glad to hear the wild flowers are in bloom! Spring is definitely on the way. Can’t wait for the beach!
Hi Cedar – the skiing must have been wonderful at Whiteface! Your grandson picked a perfect weekend to hit the slopes.
Hi Richard – Thanks so much. I wouldn’t mind a little hot weather right now! It must be quite warm in Australia. It’s actually been very nice here in VT lately, so I can’t complain.