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CO=corn snow; GR=granular; PO=powder; IC=icy condition; HP= hard-packed snow; W= wet; HB=hard base; SB=soft base; NS=new snow; BC=breakable crust; BS=bare spots; CL=trail or slope closed; DC=dangerous condition; UC=unbreakable crust.
NUMERALS REPRESENT INCHES OF SNOW
NEW ENGLAND: FRANCONIA, N.H.: 5 to 26 HB on Cannon Mt. with 2 to 6 PO on upper and lower trails, open slopes excellent. Middle Hardscrabble, Tramway, Easy Way and Red Ball closed for construction and occasional BS.
WILMINGTON, VT.: Mt. Snow now in daily operation with 1,800-foot and 3,700-foot monorail double chair lifts and rope tows. Beginners and pros testing trails with built-in shoulders, bumps and dips. 7 to 20 rain-settled HB with new 4 PO. Reservations available at inns in Wilmington, Brattleboro and Bennington.
MANCHESTER, VT.: Big Bromley good—3 packed PO on. 11-20 frozen GR. Shin Cracker, Avalanche, Blue Ribbon trails good to excellent.
STOWE, VT.: All slopes good to excellent with 4 new PO on 21-36 HB. Chair lift, T-Bar, rope tows operating on Mansfield and Spruce Peak areas.
MAD RIVER GLEN, VT.: 18-32 HB with packed PO surface makes skiing good to excellent on all trails.