The 2017-2018 ski and ride season is getting off to a very good start. And to help you check out what’s happening throughout the New England ski and ride scene, we have posted a new page titled:
Check it out. A few fun-filled facts about each of the various ski areas in the New England region, arranged by state. How many trails, lifts, and vertical are given, as is the distance from Avie’s in Westerly. All the basics you need to ponder where to go for your next ski and ride adventure.
Want more info? Click the logo and off you go right to the website for that ski mountain, where you can find every detail you might want—prices, directions, trail maps, and nearby lodging.
Still want more? Click the “—MORE SKI …—” link and open another page of ski mountain trivia and links to their home page.
Feeling greedy and wanting even more? Click the “—Ski statename website—” link and be taken to a page showing all the ski areas for that state, biggest and littlest. There are lots of places to consider, some you likely never heard of.
The season is off to a wonderfully white beginning. Ski mountains in Vermont and New Hampshire are at least 50% open, and dropping ropes on trails at a horrendously lovely pace. By the Christmas holiday, many if not most will be open to capacity.
So get excited! Get ready! Stop by and check out the rack of new skis and the multitude of ski boots. There is a whole pile of new Capita snowboards and Thirty-two boots for you riders to pick through.
If things keep on the way they have begun, this will be a year you don’t want to miss. So don’t forget to check out the Avie’s Ski & Ride Trips list, which just may be the best ski or ride related deal you will find all season.
Hope to see you soon.