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Usual conditions mid-January Eastern Townships


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Usually by that time of season most areas are pretty close to being fully opened. Owl's Head, Bromont, Orford, and Sutton have greatly invested and improved their snowmaking capabilities over the last few seasons, and it has shown in the improvement in the quality of snow being made. Conditions are normally excellent and the trails that have snowmaking would be well covered and groomed every night. 

With the glades, it would take a good 2 or 3 good snowstorms for them the be opened. When they are, and there had been a dump the night before, it can get busy at Mont Sutton. They are well known for glade skiing. 

Historically in the past the mountains are usually well covered with snow,  but you still may have to be careful on the natural snow only trails. If you are planning a trip at that time, it's always a good idea to keep your eye on the weather reports along with the daily ski conditions on the area you may want to visit.

Safe skiing! 

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