Liberty resumed nighttime snowmaking, bringing the base depth to 14-22 inches. 7 trails are open, with packed snow conditions.
Snowshoe has received 150” of natural snow this season, but that hasn’t stopped them from making snow. Snowshoe is adding to their 36-82 inch base depth so skiing will extend well into the spring. All 54 trails are open between Snowshoe and Silver Creek.
Roundtop has made 6-10 inches of new snow, bringing the base depth to 16-32 inches. Conditions are machine groomed, with 11 out of 16 trails open.
Seven Springs has made snow on select terrain, boosting base depth to 40-52 inches in snowmaking areas. Base depth in natural snow areas is 4-6 inches. 14 slopes and 16 trails are open, with groomed granular conditions.
Whitetail has been able to make snow the past three nights, patching up bare spots and thin cover. Base depth is now 14-34+ inches with some limitations. 10 trails are open with packed powder, loose granular conditions.
Wisp has 100% of their terrain open (23 trails), with a base depth from 24-82 inches. Conditions are machine groomed to frozen granular. Wisp received some mixed precipitation on Saturday morning. Snowmaking continues on Longview, Wisp Trail, Squirrel Cage, and the Halfpipe.
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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