Looking for the best powder to enjoy before spring melts it all for another year? Residents in the Northeast won’t have to go far: Vermont received the most snowfall in the entire country this winter.
The weather that caused so much headache in Boston — and set a snowfall record for the city — brought an average of 240 inches of the white stuff to Vermont, and much of it remains unmelted as winter’s chill has hung around into April.
As of April 13, Jay Peak Resort has gotten the most with 357 inches, and the resort plans to remain open until May. Killington Resort received nearly 200 inches, building up a snowpack of up to 30 feet with snowmaking, enough to keep skiers on the slopes until June.
For a full list of open Vermont ski areas and snow conditions, check Ski Vermont.