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January 28, 1957
SKIING COAST TO COAST
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January 28, 1957

Snow Patrol

SKIING COAST TO COAST

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

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Stowe, Vt.: Four inches of new powder turned all trails to good-excellent, but temperatures down near 50 below kept crowds thin. TD 38, BD 32. CR 1,500, SN 4-6.

Big Bromley, Vt.: Extreme cold kept crowds down, wait at lift seven minutes. Metal skis and knickers with Norwegian heavy wool socks popular. TD 8-30, BD 8-24, CR 3,300, SN 88.

Mt. Snow, Vt.: Skiing good to excellent with four inches of new powder. Stretch pants in bright and pastel colors blooming all over mountain. TD 63, BD 26-30, CR 2,000, SN 13.

Mt. Cranmore, N.H.: All lifts running. Annual Gibson Trophy race scheduled Feb. 3. TD 16-25, BD 16-25, CR 8,500, SN 12.

Mt. Tremblant, Que.: Skiing excellent on Tower and Standard, with Ryan's Run, Taschereau closed. All lifts operating. TD 11 36, BD 6-27, CR 1,000, SN 3.

Snow Ridge, N.Y.: Snow conditions perfect for racing and recreational skiing. Bill Woods, national combined champ, won N.Y. State alpine championship over the weekend, nosing out Tom Corcoran, who won downhill race. TD 25, BD 10, CR 3,000, SN 16.

Bousquets, Mass.: Skiing excellent on artificial snow, where necessary. Family groups seem attracted here. Many Rossignol skis evident with heavy emphasis on safety bindings. TD 14-26, BD 14-26, CR 3,000, SN 12.

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