NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SKI REPORT SNO COUNTRY REPORTS WOODSTOCK VT 342 PM EST FRI APR 21 1995 LATEST SKIING CONDITIONS INFORMATION AS SUPPLIED BY SNO COUNTRY REPORTS. (COPYRIGHT: SNO COUNTRY REPORTS) SKIING CONDITIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER, SKIER TRAFFIC AND OTHER FACTORS. BE AWARE OF CHANGING CONDITIONS. KEY: PDR = POWDER WETGR = WET GRANULAR PP = PACKED POWDER WETSN = WET SNOW HP = HARD PACKED WETPS = WET PACKED SNOW MGS = MACHINE GROOMED SC = SPRING CONDITIONS LSGR = LOOSE GRANULAR CORN = CORN SNOW FRGR = FROZEN GRANULAR VC = VARIABLE CONDITIONS WBLN = WINDBLOWN ICY = ICY GRMG = GROOMING SM = SNOW MADE LAST 24 HRS NS = NITE SKIING NEW DAY SKI AREA SNOW SURFACE BASE TRLS LFTS SM GRMG NS COMMENTS VT JAY PEAK - CLOSED FOR THE SEASON KILLINGTON LSGR 14- 60 56 5 GRMG 25' SNOW ON SUPERSTAR; 4 MTNS 18 MILES 9A-4P SAT: 8A-4P SUGARBUSH SC 6- 60 18 2 GRMG 2600' VERT; NORTH MTN; T2BB 11 MILES 9A-4P SAT: 8:30A-4P From ckhamnei Sun Apr 23 01:32:25 1995 Received: (from ckhamnei@localhost) by moose.uvm.edu (8.6.12/8.6.12) id VAA51661 for [log in to unmask]; Sat, 22 Apr 1995 21:32:25 -0400 From: "Chris C. Khamnei" <ckhamnei> Message-Id: <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Stowe: Sunday April 16th To: [log in to unmask] (skivt) Date: Sat, 22 Apr 1995 21:32:25 -0400 (EDT) X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.4 PL24alpha3] MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Length: 835 Thank You Wes. > > Originally known as S-53, cut way back when. Was a secret powder stash > until they "cleared" the lower sections and "officially" opened them as > Lookout Glades. That top part, though, is still something of a stash, as 1) > it's not real easy to get to and 2) it's not real easy to ski. > Does the 53 refer to the angle of descent? Actually, 53 degrees sounds to steep for that trail, yes..no??? > But it sure is fun! > Yes, it was excellent. Another 6 inches would have covered up that stump garden which would have made even better (wouldn't have had to stop in fear of losing your life). Thanx, Chris ps Did Dave Goodman ever develop those pictures from the skivt ski day? The group photo, the waterfall, etc. If yes, how can I see them. pps Great Job with the Mt Mansfield snow accumulation history!