Stowe Snowshoe
I was expecting at least a little bit of snow to blanket my yard in northern Vermont this weekend. For the past two years, we’ve had at least one major storm around Thanskgiving, so I figured we were due for a big winter blast.My plan for Saturday was to work off all of that turkey and stuffing with a snowshoe trek in the woods behind my house. But it never happened. The snow held off, and I was too lazy and full to exercise anyway.Thankfully the higher elevations and ski areas, including Stratton, Jay Peak and Killington, did receive some snow over the weekend. But the lack of any significant snowfall in recent weeks has forced several Vermont ski resorts to delay opening. Still, we’re hoping Mother Nature will cooperate over the next week and deliver a major storm.

If you want up-to-date information on openings and snow reports, here are some Vermont ski areas to follow on Twitter:@boltonvalley
@sugarbush_vtFor up-to-date conditions for skiing, riding, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing, you can also follow the Vermont Ski Areas Association @ski_vermont or visit



  • looking forward in reading your blog! just found it! my maternal relatives are from there and we found a week in july to visit! check out my grampie’s tales of life in the olden days recorded from the cultural center…my post blog bog down features photos from our trip…i hope you will enjoy! ;~)

  • Álvaro — Thank you so much!

    Kritter Keeper — I will definitely check out your blog. Where are you relatives from in Vermont?

    Lorac — You will love snowshoeing! It’s very peaceful and it’s great exercise.

    Jen — It WILL snow soon! I know it!

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