Monthly Archives: February 2010

Too much snow?

Is it possible to have too much snow?  We have been digging out after 5′ of snow this week at Bolton.  Bryant Cabin, located at elevation 2690′, is secured in deep snow pack.

UVM Winter Classic

The UVM Winter Classic Relay has been changed.

February 27 Postponed  to March 20th.  Join us for this fun spring triathlon.  It’s great preparation for  the Sugarbush Triathlon.

Please contact Kevin Argentieri (kargenti@uvm.edu) for more information.

It’s snowing again.

We have heard that in the valley it is raining and it’s not until about 1/2 way up the Access Road that the rain changes to SNOW.  It’s snowing pretty steady at 11am.    Currently the elevation change from rain to snow is about 15oo’.

It’s dumping up here!

It snowed 12-15″ last night and it’s snowed another 3-5″‘ this morning.  We will have photos soon.

Fresh tracks on cup runneth over! There was so much snow.

A Beautiful Monday!

The trees were once again covered in ice crystals making the mountains and woods blindingly beautiful when the sun came out.

New Signs on the Trails

Thanks to Erik and Zack for making and hanging our new “you are here” signs.  They are a great addition to our trails.

Dana showing off the new "you are here signs".

Scavenger Hunt on Skis

A happy group of girls adventuring on the new Bolton Nordic Scavenger Hunt.