Ski Sundown CT 3-6-2017

sugarloafsugarloaf expert
edited March 7 in NELSAP Forum Posts: 716

Area skied: Ski Sundown, Connecticut

Date skied: March 6th, 2016 from 10-12pm.

Surface conditions: Packed powder, hard-packed, loose granular.

Weather: Cobalt blue, temperature 27F at 10am and 38F at 12pm.

I decided to ski locally yesterday after 15 days at Mount Snow this season. Ski Sundown is about 35 miles away from where I live and had made snow in March for the first time that I can remember. Yesterday morning was clear and cold so I decided to ski there to take advantage of their 2 hour weekday ticket. The mountain was closed last Thursday and Friday so they could make snow 24/7 and they made an impressive amount of snow. Most trails have 2-4' of base and it;s 6' + in a few areas.





High Speed Quad - A ski lift that enables a skier to rapidly get from the front of one lift-line to the rear of another.

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  • sugarloafsugarloaf expert
    Posts: 716
    Gunbarel Enterance:

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    High Speed Quad - A ski lift that enables a skier to rapidly get from the front of one lift-line to the rear of another.

  • sugarloafsugarloaf expert
    Posts: 716
    Please delete this thread.

    High Speed Quad - A ski lift that enables a skier to rapidly get from the front of one lift-line to the rear of another.

  • ciscokidciscokid expert
    Posts: 966
    sugarloaf said:

    Please delete this thread.

    Why? Looks like a nice report and day?
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