It seemed like spring skiing yesterday at Black Mountain in Jackson. It was sunny, with temperatures in the 30s and 40s. There were a number of novice through advanced trails open on man-made and natural snow. The East Bowl Triple, Platter Pull, and Rope Tow were the lifts that were open. Crowds were light, and there was never a wait for the lifts. It was another great day and Black continues to be one of my favorite mountains for a day of laid back skiing.
Above: It’s a beautiful sight to see…rope dropped on Juniper, one of the all-time classic intermediate trails in New England, always a favorite with families. Below: Views of the throwback lifts at Black.