Northeast ski resorts are all-time after Winter Storm Stella

Winter Storm Stella rolled through the East Coast earlier this week, delivering tons of snow as well as epic surf throughout the Northeast.

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Now that the last remnants of the storm have blown through, East Coast ski resorts have had a moment to measure the dumping they received, and the totals are enough to get any skier or snowboarder frothing to hit the mountains this weekend.

Here’s a roundup of photos and videos of some of the best snow conditions throughout the Northeast right now (courtesy of Winter Storm Stella):

Stowe Mountain Resort, Vermont

@travelindan Danny Davis shredding the storm @stowemt Photo: @zacharynigro #stowemt #burtonsnowboards

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The recently purchased Stowe Mountain Resort in Vermont pulled down 52 inches from the storm, drawing Danny Davis to its slopes and leading to some awesome footage.

Jay Peak, Vermont

As is fairly typical, Jay Peak in northern Vermont was the deepest in the Northeast, getting blanketed with a cool 63 inches from the storm.

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Killington Ski Resort, Vermont

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The Beast of the East — Killington — saw 33 inches.

Sunday River, Maine

Sunday River in Maine got 20 fresh inches of blower pow.

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Loon Mountain, New Hampshire

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The often underrated Loon in New Hampshire has caught 22 inches this week, resulting in some delicious glade runs.

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It’s Saint Patrick’s Day and there’s more snow in the forecast for the Northeast. Get out there and ride.