Today, Northeastern ski resorts are reaping the benefits of back-to-back storm systems that barreled up the Eastern seaboard over the last week. To the delight of Eastern powder skiers and snowboarders, the storms dropped about 20 to 30 inches of snow, making conditions incredible. The storm systems were less welcomed by Bostonians, who dealt with 34.2 inches of snow in the city and a new seven-day snowfall record.
The storm clouds lifted today and the sun is shining, providing gorgeous, deep bluebird conditions. Here’s a roundup of the Northeastern ski resorts that made out the best:
Watch to see Mount Snow’s powdery conditions.
7-day totals for Northeastern ski resorts:
- Sugarloaf, Maine: 30″
- Mount Snow, Vermont: 30″
- Okemo, Vermont: 27″
- Loon, New Hampshire: 20.5″
- Killington, Vermont: 20″
- Stowe, Vermont: 20″
Take advantage of New England’s exceptional snow conditions and book your ski vacation to the East. To book your trip, visit the resort links above or call or chat now with one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Travel Experts. Our Experts can customize a full ski vacation package, including flights, lodging, ground transportation or car rentals, lift tickets, lessons and equipment rentals, based on your budget and preferences. You can also build a customized quote and compare prices at three different ski resorts.
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