Some fresh snow fell on the mountain recently, and the temps have been below freezing. The snowmaking guns have been going, and the most recent report is that the mountain is planning on opening Wednesday, November 25! The forecast is for continued cold temps, and hopefully there is more snow on the way. There are lots of activities and events planned up on the hill, in anticipation of the holiday season. Here are some things you may want to put on your calendar:
On Sunday, December 6th, head up to Spruce Camp Base Lodge, from Noon-4pm to make free tree ornaments with Kate Morrisey. For more information on these and other activities and events at the mountain, visit stowe.com.
Saturday, December 12th, demo skis, and snowboards from some of the best brands in the industry. Trying equipment before you buy is the best way to go!
As a kick off to the holiday season, On Saturday, December 19th, the new skating rink at Spruce Peak will be unveiled at 1:00 p.m., along with a tree lighting ceremony and other activities to ring in the holiday season. for more information you can go here.
Saturday, December 19th - Sunday, December 20 - the 3rd Annual Artisan Craft Show will take place at Spruce Peak. Vermont's finest artisans will be gathering in the new pavillion building to display their crafts, providing great holiday gift choices to purchase.
source: stowe.com photo source: onthesnow.com