Stowe Mountain Resort is open for the season

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THANK YOU FOR JOIN US TONIGHT AT 6. I AM LIZ STRZEPA. AFTER THIS WEEK’S SNOW AND TEMPERATURES DROP BELOW FREEZING IN SOME LOCATIONS, SOME SKI RESORTS IN OUR AREA OPEN THEIR MOUNTAINS TO SKIERS AND SNOWBOARDERS. NBC5’S STEPHEN BIDDIX VISITED STOWE MOUNTAIN RESORT TODAY FOR THEIR EARLIEST BEST OPENING DAY WE HAVE HAD IN YEARS.> IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN. WITH SNOW FALLING AND LOWERING TEMPERATURES. SKI RESORTS RESUME ACTIVITY. 02; 00; 57; 04-02; 01; 07; 13 Bobby Murphy GM Stowe Ski Resort THE STOWE MOUNTAIN RESORT… WELCOMING ITS FIRST GROUP OF SHREDDERS LONG BEFORE THE SUN RISES. 02; 01; 20; 08-02; 01; 28; 07 Bobby Murphy We had a small group of 4 who arrived at 4am to make sure they were in the first chair and we obviously honored that and they had a great day. STOWE LOCAL SAYS IT’S THE BEST OPENING DAY SHE HAS SEEN. 02;07;54;13- 02;08;01;06 Hannah Merson, Snowboarder WITH THE PANDEMIC IN THE MIRROR. THE RESORT IS HAPPY TO BE BACK TO NORMAL WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS. 02; 02; 53; 20-02; 03; 04; 22 Bobby BE THOUGHTFUL AND SMART YOU DON’T WANT TO COME TO THE RESORT IF YOU ARE SICK OR FEEL UNWELL BUT AT THE END OF THE DAY NO THERE ARE NO COVID RESTRICTIONS WE WELCOME EVERYONE TO THE RESORT AND WE ENJOYED TO SEE YOU. çáááVOáááÑ THEY HOPE THE EARLIEST OPENING DAY IN THE RESORT’S HISTORY… MEANS A LONG SKI SEASON THIS YEAR. çáááSOTáááÑ I WILL BE HERE TOMORROW ONE

Stowe Mountain Resort is open for the season

On Saturday, Stowe Mountain Resort welcomed skiers and snowboarders to the resort

After Wednesday’s heavy snowfall and sub-zero temperatures, Vermont ski resorts are opening their mountains to skiers and snowboarders. “So many people are bringing great energy, so much positivity and the sun is out. We also made breakfast burritos for the first hundred people and a DJ,” said Bobby Murphy, the manager. General of Stowe Ski Resort. The station welcomed its first batch of grinders well before sunrise. “We had a small group of four people who arrived here at 4 p.m. to make sure they were in the first chair, and we obviously honored that and they had a great day,” Murphy said. The people of Stowe were very impressed with the conditions on the mountain on day one. “I don’t remember the last one as good as this, lots of snow, the snow guns did a really good job and getting dumped this week was pretty cool,” said Hannah Merson, a snowboarder. With the pandemic in the rearview mirror, the resort is also delighted to resume normal operations without restrictions. “Be thoughtful and smart, you don’t want to come to the resort if you’re sick or not feeling well, but at the end of the day there are no COVID restrictions, we welcome everyone to resort and it was great to see you,” Murphy said.

After Wednesday’s heavy snowfall and sub-zero temperatures, Vermont ski resorts are opening their mountains to skiers and snowboarders.

“So many people are bringing great energy, so much positivity and the sun is out. We also made breakfast burritos for the first hundred people and a DJ,” said Bobby Murphy, the manager. General of Stowe Ski Resort.

The station welcomed its first batch of grinders well before sunrise.

“We had a small group of four people who arrived here at 4 p.m. to make sure they were in the first chair, and we obviously honored that and they had a great day,” Murphy said.

The people of Stowe were very impressed with the conditions on the mountain on day one.

“I don’t remember the last one as good as this, lots of snow, the snow guns did a really good job and getting dumped this week was pretty cool,” said Hannah Merson, a snowboarder.

With the pandemic in the rearview mirror, the resort is also delighted to resume normal operations without restrictions.

“Be thoughtful and smart, you don’t want to come to the resort if you’re sick or not feeling well, but ultimately there are no COVID restrictions, we welcome everyone to the resort and we were excited to see you soon,” Murphy said.

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