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After warm start to November 2022, snowmaking gets underway in Vermont

Posted Thursday, November 10, 2022
— Alpine / downhill skiing, Fall & early season, Ski racing, Burke, Killington
Snowmaking guns blow snow on a ski trail

Snowmaking at Burke Mountain in Vermont on November 8, 2022. Photo courtesy Burke Mountain social media.

Ski trail with a little manmade snow on it

Screencapture from the Killington Superstar webcam on the morning of November 10, 2022.

Thankfully after a warm start to November, we are heading into colder weather!

Some Vermont ski areas have fired up their snowmaking either for testing or to lay down a white carpet on some trails.

Killington has a bunch of snowmaking to do prior to hosting women's World Cup ski races on November 26-27, 2022. Once they get the right temperatures, the Beast gets all guns firing on that slope to get things ready for the world's best skiers.

Check out how to watch World Cup skiing on the TV or computer this season.

It's time to start thinking cold, snowy thoughts, y'all!

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