And the last resort standing is...

Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 01:46 PM

We moved rather rapidly from winter to early summer here in lower elevations of Vermont. Green stuff is growing like crazy and flowers are blooming. I may have to mow soon.

With the warm weather, Jay Peak has decided that this past Sunday (May 3) was its final day of skiing. Sugarbush also closed on Sunday. In Vermont, only Killington remains for weekend lift-served skiing (Friday - Sunday), as long as the stockpiled snow allows.

Image: Snow depth chart for the stake atop Mt. Mansfield. As of May 5th: 53 inches.

Filed in: Jay Peak, Killington, Mt. Mansfield, Spring skiing, Sugarbush

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