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Ski Season Quickly Winding Down
At least twenty areas closed for the season over the weekend.
Monday, March 28, 2022, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com

Wachusett, March 27, 2022
Wachusett, March 27, 2022


Only one ski area remains operating in Southern New England, as warm March weather has quickly melted snowpack.

Mohawk and Sundown closed out Connecticut's season on Sunday. Mohawk's closings have ranged from March 11 to April 2 in the prior ten seasons, while Sundown has a broader range of March 9 to April 6.

Berkshire East, Butternut, and Jiminy Peak closed on Sunday, leaving Wachusett as Massachusetts' only operating ski area. Though Jiminy Peak has historically competed with Wachusett for a mid-April last-in-Massachusetts closing, the area has not seen April operations since 2019.

In Maine, Big Rock, Black, Saddleback, Shawnee Peak, Sugarloaf, and Sunday River plan to offer April skiing. Mt. Abram, Big Squaw, and Lost Valley closed over the weekend.

In New Hampshire, Attitash, Bretton Woods, Cannon, Gunstock, Loon, Ragged, Sunapee, Waterville, and Wildcat plan to offer April skiing. Dartmouth, Cranmore, Crotched, King Pine, McIntyre, and Pats Peak closed over the weekend.

In Vermont, Bolton Valley, Bromley, Burke, Jay Peak, Killington, Mad River Glen, Middlebury, Okemo, Smugglers Notch, Mt. Snow, Stowe, Stratton, and Sugarbush hope to offer April skiing. Magic and Pico closed over the weekend.



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