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SNOW PATROL
Compiled by MORT LUND
March 25, 1957
AS OF MARCH 16Be sure to telephone resorts for latest weather reports
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March 25, 1957

Snow Patrol

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AS OF MARCH 16
Be sure to telephone resorts for latest weather reports

TD—top slopes, depth in inches;
BD—bottom slopes, depth in inches;
CR—ski crowd last weekend;
SN—inches of snowfall last weekend

?EAST

Stowe, Vt.: Warm spring skiing had Mansfield trails packed with skiers watching American International races. Conditions good. TD 34-40, BD 15-28, CR 3,500.

Dutch Hill, Vt.: Spring skiing brought out girls in short kiltie skirts and fancy Alpine hats. TD 0-15, CR 400, SN 0.

Cannon Mt., N. H.: Fair skiing on upper Cannon and Taft Slalom. TD 0-30, CR 1,000, SN 2.

Mt. Cranmore, N. H.: Skiing on lower North Conway and Rattlesnake only.

Mt. Washington, N. H.: Tuckerman Ravine good. Sherburne trail spotty.

Lac Beauport, Que.: Spring skiing at its best—cool temperatures with bright sun. TD 24, BD 22, CR 1,200.

Mt. Tremblant, Que.: Skiing very good. TD 7-25, BD 4-13, CR 1,800, SN 12.

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