LS—depth of snow on lower slopes; US-depth of snow on upper slopes; TD—total snowfall during the week days; TW—total snowfall during the weekend; CD—crowd during the week; CW—crowd during the weekend; CL—closed lifts, trails or slopes
Cannon Mt., N.H.: Area had its biggest crowd in history last weekend as skiers bypassed snow-scarce spots farther south to converge here. With middle T bar closed, there was up to a two-hour wait on tramway lift. Skiing on upper slopes was fair. Skiing on lower slopes was good. LS 3 to 20, US 3 to 36, TD, 10, TW 0, CD 1,070, CW 5,000.
Eastern Slope Region, N.H.: At Mt. Cranmore north and south slopes had poor skiing over weekend. Rest of area closed. LS 0 to 3, TD 2, CD 75, CW 200. Thorn Mt., Black Mt., Intervale closed. Lower Sherburne in Pinkham Notch open.
Belknap, N.H.: Only tow rope ran last weekend. LS 2, US 2, CW 300.
Stowe, Vt.: Fair to poor skiing last weekend with best skiing on Standard, Tyrol and Sterling runs. Some bare spots and ice. Egil Stigum of Dartmouth won Victor Constant combined. Rossignol skis popular in races. LS 14, US 18, TD 6, CD 450, CW 1,300. CL—Nose Dive, National, Merrill, North Slope, Main Street.
Mad River Glen, Vt.: Lower half of mountain offered good skiing, Chipmunk was best over weekend. Popular after-ski boots here are the all-lambskin leather type. LS 2 to 11, US 26, TD 5, CD 50, CW 450. CL—Upper trails.
Mt. Snow, Vt.: Upper lift opened for first weekend, with slopes hard and icy. LS 2 to 10, US 8 to 20, CW 200.
Belleayre, N.Y.: Slopes and trails were all open last weekend and drew skiers from less fortunate areas in the East. Skiing was fair. Cortina skis drawing favorable comment from experts in area using them. LS 3 to 11, US 3 to 11, TD 6, TW 1, CD 300, CW 6,000.
Whiteface Mt., N.Y.: Upper tow open, with good skiing on upper slopes. Lower T bar open, but upper half lower trails not skiable last weekend. LS 3 to 7, US 18 to 20, TD 1, TW 2.