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Welcome to Vermont's Mobile Friendly Cross Country Ski Report. Daily reports on Vermont Cross Country skiing or nordic conditions throughout the skiing season.

Updated February 21st, 2020

General Commentary and Outlook

Another day of sunshine, but a cold start to the day. It was below 30 degrees Fahrenheit this morning in Island Pond! But it is starting to warm up and highs should be in the 20s. A mild weekend is in the forecast and some great skiing in comfortable weather! . Ski areas are 100% open.

One of the oldest and most unique ski races in North America will return to Stowe for its 75th year. On February 23, 2020 the tradition of the Stowe Derby will once again bring together generations of families from all over to take part in the challenging 20 kilometer (km) cross-country ski course throughout Stowe. This race has provided lasting memories to participants as they ski down Mount Mansfield’s Toll Road and along the Stowe Recreation Path before reaching the finish in the Stowe village. The course has a total vertical drop of almost 2,700 feet.

Scenes from the Stowe Derby 2015 from Video-Vermont on Vimeo.

View the McGill radar here to see the progress of an incoming storm

View the NWS radar out of Burlinton

View the Vermont Recreational Weather Forecast from Eye on the Sky

View independent weather report from John Hadden's Huntington Weather Blog

The Google Map Locator below provides location of every cross country skii center in Vermont with a link to their conditions and information about the center. Hover your mouse or finger over each link to reveal its name. Click to go to the individual center. Locations are based on GPS data. If you see a center in the wrong place, please let us know.