First Snow of the Season Arrives to Higher Elevations: A Pictorial 4
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On Monday, October 25, the first snow of the season arrived to the higher elevations of West Virginia and Maryland. Snow and mixed precipitation fell throughout the day in areas such as Snowshoe, Canaan Valley, Deep Creek Lake, and Seven Springs. Wisp Resort and Snowshoe Mountain Resort sent DCSki the following photos direct from the mountains, showing the early snow.

Early snow at Maryland’s Wisp Resort. Photo provided by Lori Epp.
The top of chair 6, one of Wisp’s freshly-installed quad chairlifts in the new North Camp area. Photo provided by Lori Epp.
A few of the 126 new snowguns that will cover Wisp’s North Camp expansion. Photo provided by Lori Epp.
Chairs awaiting placement on the lift cable. Photo provided by Lori Epp.
An early snowman stands atop Snowshoe Mountain. Photo provided by Andrea Smith.
“The last glimpse of summer is being covered by fall snow,” writes Snowshoe Mountain’s Andrea Smith. Photo provided by Andrea Smith.
Top of the Ballhooter Express lift at Snowshoe. Photo provided by Andrea Smith.
The Village at Snowshoe on Monday, October 24, 2005. Photo provided by Andrea Smith.
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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Reader Comments

rushin
October 25, 2005
Better get those new tires and tune-up that vehicle because it looks as though this season is going to be a big one. Looking at the pattern of severe weather throughout this past year, I expect this winter to set some snowfall records.

So I ask you this one question ... are you ready to get snowed in at you favorite ski resort?

My Two Cents
Ronald Holland
October 25, 2005
October 25th, 2005
Photos of First Snow of the Season At Wolf Laurel Resort in NC See our news site at www.wolflaurelnews.net The snow is really starting to pile up & our skis are ready. Maybe some ski photos tomorrow even though the lifts will not be operating but this is probably just wishful thinking but remember you have to be optimistic to ski way down south in Carolina.

Having lived and skied in Switzerland as well as most of New England and out West, as the local skiers say down here when asked about NC skiing this aint Colorado but it is convenient for Southern skiers..

Call me if you have questions at 1-888-689-5001 ext. 28 & feel free to post or forward the photos.

Thank you for your time and interest.

Ronald Holland, Wolf Laurel Resort www.wolflaurel.com
VP Marketing & Realtor/Broker
JCHobbes
October 25, 2005
The 4WD and my skis are both in the shop!!

What will I do if winter decides to stay?
wvsnowboarder
October 27, 2005
There will be a rail jam at Snowshoe this Sat. @ 1pm

Ski and Tell

Speak truth to powder.

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