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March Powder: 13 Photos to Jump Start Your Weekend

Mar 16, 2018

We know as soon as the calendar hits March, you're thinking of spring skiing. Pond skims, 80s days, goggle tanning, and beautiful corn snow to rip through in the sunshine. Mother Nature had other plans in mind, as she typically does in early March.

You see, New Hampshire's ski areas have received anywhere from two to over five feet of snow in the last two weeks. It's downright wintry, and there's more snow on the way next week. Here are 13 photos to help elevate those stoke levels this weekend. Make your plans now

Bretton Woods

With five feet of snow since the beginning of this month, the stashes are deep and awesome at Bretton Woods

Cannon Mountain

The Cannon effect has taken hold of the resort, turning it into a snow globe for basically the last two weeks. 

Cranmore Mountain Resort 

Striking a pose to celebrate the snowflakes at Cranmore

Granite Gorge 

Let it snow during night skiing at

Gunstock Mountain Resort

Powder days are hard on the legs. Luckily, the landing is nice and soft at Gunstock since they received nearly two feet of snow this week alone. 

Jackson Ski Touring Foundation

This face pretty much sums up how fun the skiing is at Jackson XC these days. 

King Pine at Purity Spring Resort

Symptoms of powder flu: increased desire to send it. King Pine's stashes are sweet right now. 

Loon Mountain Resort

Four feet of snow at Loon this month, which is the average height of a 7-year-old. 

Mount Sunapee Resort

It's time to explore the glades at Mount Sunapee

Pats Peak

Slashing powdery turns at Pats Peak

Ragged Mountain Resort

Sometimes, when you #GetRagged on a powder day, you just can't keep your feet on the ground. 

Waterville Valley Resort

These folks caught the skiing bug in a lesson on a powder day at Waterville Valley. They're definitely doing it right. 

Whaleback Mountain

Life's a picnic with this much snow at Whaleback!

Written By
Karolyn Castaldo, Ski New Hampshire


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