Ski Areas Opening Across New England
Lift served skiing may be available in 5 out of 6 New England states.
Friday, November 14, 2014, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
With the second weekend of the New England ski season arriving, skiable terrain is growing by the day.
Sunday River and Sugarloaf are expected to be in operation again in Maine.
Jiminy Peak is hoping to open at some point this weekend, making it the first in Massachusetts to operate this season.
In New Hampshire, Loon is expected to join Bretton Woods and Wildcat on the open list, with Wildcat once again providing the largest lift served vertical in New England.
In Vermont, Okemo is expected to be the second area to open, while Killington has been in daily operation for much of the month.
Meanwhile, Woodbury is hoping to start the Connecticut ski season on Saturday.
First to Open - 2014-15
Connecticut: Woodbury (projected)
Maine: Sunday River
Massachusetts: Jiminy Peak (projected)
New Hampshire: Wildcat
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