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18 Areas Operate on Christmas Eve
18 Areas Operate on Christmas Eve
A majority of ski areas will not operate this weekend.
Thursday, December 24, 2015, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
As if the warm start to the season wasn't bad enough, heavy rains moved through New England on Tuesday, further impacting the region's limited manmade snowpack.

Only 18 areas operated on Christmas Eve, most of them with very limited terrain. 72 of the 90 (80%) ski areas projected to open to the public this season were closed.

While a larger number of areas have been projecting Saturday operations, the list appears to be dwindling, with Mt. Sunapee becoming the latest causality. The next potential snowmaking opportunity appears to be arriving Sunday night, with more seasonable temperatures to follow.

Areas Open on Christmas Eve
Connecticut
Woodbury (unconfirmed)

Maine
Sugarloaf
Sunday River

New Hampshire
Bretton Woods
Cannon
Granite Gorge
Loon
Mt. Sunapee
Waterville Valley
Wildcat

Vermont
Jay Peak
Killington
Mt. Snow
Okemo
Smugglers Notch
Stowe
Stratton
Sugarbush


Cannon Mountain, December 24
Cannon Mountain, December 24




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