Condition Roundup
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The following summarizes current conditions at area resorts.

Ski Liberty

Liberty’s base depth is down to 14-22 inches, with loose granular, springlike conditions. 7 slopes (out of 20) are open. Due to unseasonably warm weather, the VANS Ultimate Rider events have once again been rescheduled. Contact the resort for more information.

Snowshoe

Snowshoe recently received a 2” dusting of snow, settling on a base depth which is now 36-82 inches. 100% of Snowshoe’s terrain is open, with groomed frozen granular conditions. Snowshoe continues to make snow so the resort can stay open into spring.

Ski Roundtop

Roundtop has a 10-20 inch base with wet granular, springlike conditions. 9 out of 16 trails are open. Due to unseasonably warm weather, the VANS Ultimate Rider events have once again been rescheduled. Contact the resort for more information.

Canaan Valley

West Virginia’s Canaan Valley Resort continues to enjoy a great ski season. 34 slopes and trails are open with groomed packed powder conditions and a 24-86 inch base. The nearby White Grass Touring Center also offers some great cross country skiing, with several feet of natural snow as of last weekend.

Seven Springs

Seven Springs has 14 slopes and 16 trails open, with a base depth of 38-50 inches in snowmaking areas and 2-4 inches in natural snow area. Conditions are groomed granular. Seven Springs received mixed precipitation yesterday.

Whitetail

Whitetail’s base depth is down to 8-24 inches, with loose granular, springlike conditions on 10 trails. The recent rain whittled away at Whitetail’s base, and opened up limitations and bare spots on the intermediate and advanced terrain. Whitetail hopes to resume snowmaking during nights this weekend.

Massanutten

Virginia’s Massanutten Resort has 11 trails open with a base depth of 28-42 inches. Conditions are machine groomed.

Wisp

A base depth of 24-82 inches greets skiers and snowboarders at Wisp, along with 23 open trails. Conditions are machine groomed to frozen granular. Wisp received mixed precipitation yesterday.

About M. Scott Smith

M. Scott Smith is the founder and Editor of DCSki. Scott loves outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, kayaking, skiing, and mountain biking. He is an avid photographer and writer.

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