Love is in the Air

February 14, 2011 at 8:34 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Love is in the Air

Perhaps our guest, Paul J., was hit by Cupid’s arrow, because he surely had some lovely things to say about us on Connecticut Ski Watch a few days ago:

Effortless cruise and seemingly endless corduroy marked the start of a classic mid-winter ski day here at Butternut. Add to that a couple mogul runs and two fully groomed terrain parks, and a race course, and you’ve got more than a little bit of everything for just about everyone.

All trails were impeccably groomed and equally cruise-worthy, though the intermediate Freewheeler got much less traffic and carried corduroy well into the afternoon.

The intermediate Applejack was also a standout for the day with its width, length and its rolling, dipping and winding features. There aren’t many intermediate runs in the region with as much character.

Overall, with a deep base pack, powdery cover snow, reliable grooming and no major meltdown in the near future, Butternut looks set for some prime skiing ahead.

Read everything he had to say here.

We can just feel the Valentine’s love.


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