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Sweet day of spring skiing at Bolton Valley today

Fun turns in Wilderness Woods at Bolton Valley.

Sun and snow. Sweet.

Skiing in the Timberline area.

The trees atop the mountain were still very snowy.

Twice as Nice Woods.

Our last run was on Cobrass, with a view of the Hump.

Wow, it was a nice day to be on the slopes! I needed sunscreen, shades and just a few layers. It was so good to see the sun and the snow softened up to allow for sweet spring turns.

At Bolton Valley, the glades that have been well-traveled were great, too. If you went into areas that hadn't been skied, the snow was heavy and harder to turn in. Check out our photos to see what we found on the slopes.

If you get out tomorrow, bring your sunscreen. And enjoy!

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