Vermont ski resorts are celebrating a turnaround in the weather and snow conditions, just in time for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend, which is a major weekend for business. “Winter’s back,” beamed Mike Chait of the Smugglers’ Notch Resort. It’s back after record-high temperatures and rain last weekend did a number on the state’s snowpack and on...
The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday marks a major weekend for New England ski resorts. That includes Vermont, which tends to see four million or more skier and rider visits each season.
While many people were shivering through a recent cold snap, some New England ski areas were cheering because it helped them recover from a bit of a thaw—just in time for a critical week for business.