After 132 Consecutive Days of Skiing & Snowboarding, Snowshoe Ends the 22-23 Season.

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It is 23° and foggy this morning at the top of Snowshoe and that fog might be a little SNOG, as the camera at the bottom of the mountain is showing a little dusting of snow blowing around in the wind.

After 132 consecutive days of skiing at Snowshoe, they are wrapping up the 2022.23 season at 5PM today.

The 23° temperature will create some fast frozen granular in the early going before things soften up for classic spring skiing conditions with mild temperatures and sunshine through the afternoon.

If you are one of the lucky ones up at Snowshoe to help them close it down, shoot us a photo or two at [email protected].

Our Closing Comments are Being Posted Shortly…

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