Current Ski Conditions

Updated:  Tuesday, April 10, 2018

This one is for you hard core CHNSA skiers!

Believe it or not, there's still a lot of snow up in the high country—a good foot of firm base still exists at the Honey Hollow saddle and Lion's Ridge elevations, and the previously groomed trails still have ample cover right from the warming hut on Bert White Road. Later in the afternoon when temperatures get warmer would probably be the best bet as mornings are still cold so the surface will be hard.

This will probably be the last gasp of winter this week as warmer temperature are finally supposed to arrive by week's end along with rain. So if your intrepid and a good skier who can handle variable conditions, give it a shot. Otherwise, we'll see you next season!

John Hadden


This is a reminder that there is a dedicated dog loop here at CHNSA. It seems that some skiers are losing sight of this. Dogs have been reported on the Echo Woods and Honeymooner trails which are well off limits to dogs. Some skiers have also ventured off trail in the area of sugaring activity in the same area of ungroomed northern trails. Please stay on the trails as the landowners have requested. Skier use of these trails depends on respecting the wishes of the many landowners that comprise the CHNSA network.

 


"There is no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing."
Sir Ranulph Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes


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 Current Weather Conditions:

Looking for more information on weather conditions near the Camel's Hump Nordic Ski Area? Check out John Hadden's East Street Weather Blog for current conditions. It's updated every morning!

Trail fee of $10 is honor system with a new deposit box located at the Warming Hut on Bert White Road. Please consider a Season Pass to support the all-volunteer efforts at CHNSA.


We're hoping to sign up as many season-members as possible. CHNSA really depends on your support. If you'd like to sign up, please visit our Membership Info page for details. We're also looking for volunteers to help with grooming, hut staffing, and other maintenence activities. If you're interested in helping out, please give Dave Brautigam a call at 802-735-5490.

If you would like to report on your skiing experience, please send an email to conditions@camelshumpskiers.org and I'll include them. We definitely appreciate any input!