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Old 01-01-2020, 12:34 PM   #1
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How is the snow at Bretton Woods and Gunstock? Iím sure not great, but is it skiable?
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I live across the lake in Wolfeboro and we received almost 12Ē of snow/sleet. Gunstock may have less but should have good skiing. We have excellent conditions in Wolfeboro as we didnít get rain,
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Usually avoid the crowd as I had a serious accident a decade ago when someone ran into me from the rear. I had my left humorus shattered into 13 pieces!
Also someone ran into me while I was waiting in the lift line resulting a coma for two days and massive migraines for years! I'm fine now.
Both happens in peak periods. So I avoid the crowds.
Due to advance snowmaking, I think you will find conditions surprisingly delightful at most ski areas. Gunstock been phenomenal in the past few years!
I ski at Gunstock weekdays and occasionally ski Cannon and WV. Usually spend a month at Bridger Bowl in Bozeman.
Haven't been to Bretton Woods in decades. Would like to spend a day there if its not busy. I hear it is crowded yet the conditions are great!
Someday may never be an actual day.
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Hey, here's a good article with a lot of photos about snow-making ...... 'How Killington Makes its Snow' ....... Feb 21, NY Times.
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Hey, here's a good article with a lot of photos about snow-making ...... 'How Killington Makes its Snow' ....... Feb 21, NY Times.
We love Lake Winni in the summer but Killington is our home. Killingtons snow making capabilities are outstanding which is why they are the first to open and last to close in the East. Picked up 7 inches today and still snowing. Put the new fresh on top of all the man made....Tomorrow is going to be a really good ski day.
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