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Clearing skies afford views of new natural snow and manmade, too

Posted Tuesday, November 6, 2012
— Stratton, Killington, Sugarbush, Mt. Mansfield, Stowe, Fall & early season

The peaks in Vermont have been collecting some natural snow over the last few days, making them a beautiful white. (The National Weather Service is reporting 10 inches of snow at the stake atop Mt. Mansfield!)

Meanwhile, cold temperatures have allowed snowguns to fire up from south to north!

Here are a few nice shots from some Vermont ski resorts.

Snow on Mt. Mansfield

Above, a snowy Mt. Mansfield, Vermont's highest peak.

Sunrise and snow at Sugarbush

Sunrise and snow at Sugarbush.

Killington snowmaking

Snowmaking at Killington on opening day on Monday.

Snowmaking at Stratton

Snowmaking at Stratton, Vermont.


Photos courtesy of the Facebook pages of Stowe Mountain Resort, Sugarbush Resort, Killington Resort and Stratton Resort.


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