Mt. Sunapee is deep in powder

The view is spectacular from the Skyway Ledges trail after mother nature added a huge pile of powder to the mountain. “It’s been amazing to have two back-to-back bluebird days following a 30-inch dump of snow,” said Mt. Sunapee’s Bonnie MacPherson. Reservations are required but according to MacPherson, it hasn’t been a problem with so much terrain and lift capability. “We follow safety guidelines from our Vail Colorado partners and it’s worked perfectly. We have plenty of room for everyone, we have lots of skiers showing up and it’s been great” MacPherson said.

Mt. Sunapee is deep in powder

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