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Merry, snowy Christmas to you!

Hope you got out to play in the fresh snow today! All I wanted for Christmas was some snow, and we got it!

We enjoyed a ski tour today on the cross-country trails at Bolton Valley. A few trails were groomed (but no classic tracks set), most were not groomed. Lots of water crossing the trails (it needs to freeze up) but it was lovely to ski through about 10 inches of light, powdery snow. Beautiful!

Nordic and downhill ski areas throughout Vermont are opening new terrain with the recent snowfalls. Check the <link http: www.skimaven.com vermontskiresorts _top external-link-new-window external link in new>snow report links on our Vermont Ski Resorts page.

Happy holidays, everyone!

 

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