Gold Brook Covered Bridge, also known as Stowe Hollow Bridge or Emily’s Bridge, is a small wooden covered bridge in the town of Stowe, Lamoille County, Vermont, carrying Covered Bridge Road over Gold Brook.
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We're still daydreaming about the scenes from this past weekend. Want to lock in 5 days of THIS for less than the price of 3? Snag your Powder Pass before Sun Dec. 15th and get 5 days of unrestricted skiing/riding at Bolton Valley for just $219. Hurry though! That's just three days away. Link to buy below ----> - - - - - - www.boltonvalley.com/the-mountain/specials... See MoreSee Less
A nice day is on tap with a mix of Sun & Clouds and temperatures in the mid-20s. There is an inversion in place so expect a quicker warm up in the base area. 49 trails and 7 lifts today. Quad B will be open out of the base area instead of Quad A. Groomers were out again on all open terrain and snowmaking was happening last night on Upper Chief, Wardance, Lower World Cup, Lower Arrow, Lower Mountain Road, Open Slope & Bull Run. The skiing surface is Machine Groomed/Variable and lifts open at 9am today. Snowmaking will continue as temperatures permit. Terrain Features remain on Sapphire and Lower Mountain Road. www.okemo.com/the-mountain/mountain-conditions/conditions-report.aspx... See MoreSee Less
Last week we went from 7 to 57 trails in less than three days all thanks to our killer operations team (and maybe a little help from the weather). Mother Nature threw us a curveball this week, and our crew is working in overdrive to get us back to those soft turns we all love, but only once forecast decides to cooperate. Luckily, the conditions are going to be great with snow expected tomorrow, so let’s get those snow dances going for even more pow this weekend! ... See MoreSee Less
“Conditions are going to be great” is just a weeeeeee bit of a stretch there, I’m all for peach, love and camaraderie, but this weekend is most likely rain followed by boilerplate with maybe a side of dust on crust.