Current Ski Conditions
Updated: Wednesday, February 28, 2024
It's been in the 50s and 60s for several days now. That's not what I'd like to be reporting at this point. But, it's still February, so winter isn't officially over. We are temporarily CLOSED, as you can imagine, but we'll be ready to re-open if we get one of those legendary March dumps...
And as a reminder, season pass purchases cushion our financial situation when the snow is fickle, and the CHNSA season pass is as good a bargain as you'll find out there. CHNSA is a participant in the VSAA reciprocal pass program that gets you a free day of skiing at other areas when you have a season pass at Camel's Hump Nordic. You can purchase your season pass here.
Note: Adults (ages 13-69) can pay the $15 trail fee online! There is also wi-fi at the hut so that you can Scan-Pay-Ski by scanning the QR code at the Kiosk with your smartphone. We accept both Paypal and Venmo!
A reminder that DOGS are welcome only with canine membership. Please remember to keep your dogs under control at all times, with pooper scoopers ready for use, and take them only on the dedicated Dog Loop.
You'll receive timely conditions updates and be able to join in the online discussions with other skiers.
Current Weather Conditions:
Click here to see current weather conditions up near CHN.
(You'll be taken to the Weather Underground website.)
Our Trail Fee of $15 is honor system with convenient pre-pay options right here on our website and a self-service Scan-Pay-Ski process at the kiosk in the parking lot by the hut. For paper payments, please come into the hut to sign-in and deposit payments (please use envelope) in the GREEN BOX.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll include them. We definitely appreciate any input!