Photos: Sledding, Snowshoeing, Skiing & Biking

Ready for some back country skiing, Mike Brilling from Lebanon, NH, Jim Lyall from Brownsville and Hannah Brilling also from Lebanon, NH take advantage of the snow on Mount Ascutney and the Ascutney Trails. (Nancy Nutile-McMenemy Photo)


Snow bring out winter weather adventurers despite the cold temperatures. In Woodstock and in West Windsor, families and friends took advantage of the holiday break for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and even some fat tire biking.
The Ascutney Outdoors rope tow is open. Despite the bitterly cold weather, many people came out on Saturday afternoon, Dec. 30 to get in a few runs. The rope tow is open on Saturdays and Sundays from noon until 4 p.m. They are also operating January 13 and 27 from 6-8 p.m. for night skiing (conditions permitting.) Visit their website for more information, http://ascutneyoutdoors.org/ropetow/. Nancy Nutile-McMenemy Photos

A portion of these photos will appear in the January 4, 2018 print edition of the Vermont Standard.
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A snowshoer makes his way across the snow at the Woodstock Resort’s Nordic Center. (Rick Russell Photo)

Ascutney Trails, West Windsor – Ready for some back country skiing, Mike Brilling from Lebanon, NH, Jim Lyall from Brownsville and Hannah Brilling also from Lebanon, NH take advantage of the snow on Mount Ascutney and the Ascutney Trails. (Nancy Nutile-McMenemy Photo)

Quechee Club – Bruce Streeter of Streeter Woods Farm, in Orford, deliver people to the ski lift from base lodge at the Quechee Club. (Rick Russell Photo)

 

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