VT: Ski Resorts Expect Snow, Ready to Welcome Gay Travelers

Author: , November 10th, 2011

Vermont Gay SkiingStick season is no time to hibernate as ski resort employees excitedly prepare for opening day, just a month away at some Vermont areas. In addition to the natural snow hitting Vermont this week, more than ghosts and goblins will be outfitted in snowsuits soon.

With another snowy La Nina winter slated and epic predictions from the Old Farmer’s Almanac, snowmaking operations will commence with early season rail jams and the laying of a smooth and pristine snow base. In fact, annual snowmaking at Vermont ski areas covers 4,360 acres of terrain with more than 120 chairlifts accessing those abundant trails; a land area five times the size of New York’s Central Park.

Thanks to dutiful snowmakers and sophisticated technology, Thanksgiving weekend is the traditional opening for Vermont skiing; so it is with reverence that Ski Vermont proposes that dedicated skiers and riders visit Vermont ski resorts and hug a snowmaker – they’ve worked hard to make this holiday a white one.

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