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April 21, 1958
Skiing across the country: reports through the preceding weekend
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April 21, 1958

Snow Patrol

Skiing across the country: reports through the preceding weekend

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New Hampshire: Spring skiing, the biggest and finest ever recorded here, got an added spurt when last week's storm dropped up to 18 inches of snow in the state.

WILDCAT. Skiers took to shorts, shirts and suntans as weather warmed. Gondola running smoothly. Expect to operate two more weekends. UP 124, LO 65, SN 18, CR 1,400.

SUNAPEE. Plan to operate to April 27. Attendance up 50% from last year. UP 35, LO 20, CR 600.

BELKNAP. Open weekends only through April 27. UP 45, LO 12, CR 100.

CANNON. Enough snow to ski into May, but lifts will close April 20 and area will belong to skiers who like to climb. LO 40, CR 1,500.

MT. WASHINGTON. Spring skiing in full swing, building toward annual Memorial Day peak. Mountain had record snowfall, should have good snow through June.

CRANMORE. Closed last weekend. Season attendance went 28% over record.

Maine: SUGARLOAF. Loaded with snow, will remain open as long as skiers come. UP 150, LO 95, SN 18, CR 400.

Massachusetts: Only sure skiing will be on Mt. Greylock where there is six feet of snow for ski tourers.

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