Today was our final BJAMS ski program session of the season at Stowe, and we had a nice sunny day with great coverage to finish things out. The conditions were actually an excellent combination of going from mid winter up high to spring-like down low, with easy to ski snow at all elevations. I was amazed at the way the Nosedive Glades had mid winter snow. Groomed surfaces seemed much better than last Sunday’s heinous frozen granular, presumably because of some extra snow and warmth from the sun helping out. While the non-groomed trails were OK, they probably weren’t quite as fresh as last week when we had all that upslope snow. We did ski the lower part of Lookout and found some decent packed powder surfaces, but also spots of iciness that had to be avoided. The snowpack on Hackett’s Highway under the triple continues to be impressive – I could touch my ski pole to the trail while riding the lift. We had Ty, Dylan, Jack, Luke, Ethan, and Madeline in the group – and they had quite a blast hitting the big half pipe. My friend Chris joined our group, so with Claire and Sue we had four adults for the six youngsters, providing plenty of supervision. It looks like Stowe will be open for a couple more weeks, so we’ll likely be there for some visits if the skiing looks good. Coverage shouldn’t be much of an issue with roughly 100 inches at the Mt. Mansfield stake and more snow that fell today.