In case you missed it, Winter Storm Stella blasted the East Coast on Tuesday, dropping some of the largest snowfall accumulations of the year to the Northeastern United States. Up to 40”+ was seen at some resorts, with some lingering snow showers still happening until Thursday.
If you are a Northeastern Skier, now’s the time to get out there… Resorts are seeing some of best conditions and deepest turns they’ve had in a while!
Sunday River: 20”. See Sunday River lift tickets.
Those trees though. 😍😍😍😍 pic.twitter.com/AVoOEqFNY4
— Sunday River (@sundayriver) March 15, 2017
Sugarloaf: 24”. See Sugarloaf lift tickets.
Blue. Bird. Pow. #theloaf #powday #skitheeast #bluebird pic.twitter.com/ZpZsvqqr42
— Sugarloaf Mountain (@SugarloafMaine) March 15, 2017
Wachusett Mountain Ski Area: 16”. See Wachusett lift tickets.
Having a blast playing in the new snow. Thanks, Stella! pic.twitter.com/pCKkTRHFnr
— Wachusett Mountain (@Wachusett) March 15, 2017
Jay Peak: 40”. See Jay Peak lift tickets.
Over 40″ so far for some of the deepest turns we’ve had in long time, and this has been an exceptional season. pic.twitter.com/cYPgifRvKF
— Jay Peak (@jaypeakresort) March 15, 2017
Killington: 24”. See Killington lift tickets.
Stellar, Stella! 2 feet of snow on 124 open trails >> https://t.co/aKFEGUqohk #beastwinter #beast365 #powday pic.twitter.com/pMcYwQrfVG
— Killington Resort (@KillingtonMtn) March 15, 2017
Mount Snow: 21”. See Mount Snow lift tickets.
Storm total of 21″ with 19″ in the past 24hrs. If you’re not here, you should be! #thinksnow #WinterStormStella pic.twitter.com/K6LAdLatn5
— mount snow (@mountsnow) March 15, 2017
Sugarbush: 22”. See Sugarbush lift tickets.
So many flakes in the air right now that the camera can’t focus on anything else. #stellaconditions pic.twitter.com/fxVkaAfz5k
— Sugarbush, Vermont (@Sugarbush_VT) March 14, 2017
Wildcat: 22”. See Wildcat lift tickets.
Need another excuse for skiing the Cat? Thurs lift tix $40! Introducing the Peak Powder Play. Our 22″ + @AttitashResort 18″ = $40 for all!
— Wildcat Mountain (@skiwildcat) March 15, 2017
Attitash: 18”. See Attitash lift tickets.
Hot off the presses! Announcing the Peak Powder Play – Attitash’s 18″ + @skiwildcat 22″ = $40 lift tix Thursday 3/16! #2mountains1ticket
— Attitash Mountain (@AttitashResort) March 15, 2017
Gunstock Mt. Resort: 18”. See Gunstock lift tickets.
Slow internet here this morning, but beautiful weather and 18″ of powder!! We’re gonna go take some epic laps, stay tuned for photos!
— Gunstock Mt. Resort (@Gunstockmtn) March 15, 2017
Waterville Valley: 18+”. See Waterville Valley lift tickets.
18″+ of fresh powder and an epic #StPatricksDay ahead! Lift Tickets only $17 Friday! Time for a #SnowDay! #yourbosswillunderstand #wvresort pic.twitter.com/YPIPFW6i7C
— Waterville Valley (@waterville) March 15, 2017
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Hunter Mountain: 36”. See Hunter Mountain lift tickets.
Approaching 30″ of natural snow in 24 hours & more on the way tonight! Conditions are the best they’ve been all year! #huntermountain pic.twitter.com/54C8E6KSiY
— HunterMtn (@huntermtn) March 14, 2017
Whiteface: 40”. See Whiteface lift tickets.
40″ plus inches at mt. Going to have delays. Windy up top. Can’t get to summit, too much snow.
— Whiteface Mountain (@SkiWhiteface) March 15, 2017
Mountain Creek: 12”. See Mountain Creek lift tickets.
We’ve got over a foot of snow! Some get some powder laps in! pic.twitter.com/A5jLOAXf34
— Mountain Creek (@mountaincreek) February 9, 2017
Jack Frost: 30”. See JFBB lift tickets.
30 inches of fresh powder from Stella! Come get some laps in while it’s still fresh!
— Jack Frost Mountain (@skiJFBB) March 15, 2017
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