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30. Saturday, January 21st

Waking up surrounded by snow-covered trees and without a single rock or pile of mud in sight is truly what dreams are made of. 🤩 The joy of skiing on fresh snow and the constant whirl of snow flurries is what makes living in the tundra enjoyable. If you're hitting the slopes today, you'll be greeted with beautifully groomed conditions, monochromatic views of crisp white hills, and hopefully lots of smiling faces as we reap the benefits of yesterday's storm. This morning, Noah and his crew of hikers got after it early and are here to report back with today's snow conditions...

Unofficial Okemo Snow Report
The 5:45 a.m. crew beginning their hike to the summit.

We were in the snow globe early this morning with cloudy skies while snow flurries were falling down. 🌨️ We had a great crew out this morning with five of my favorite flatlanders (and Felix came along too). Today's crew included Noah, George, Mike, Dr. Mike, Roger, Jen, and Felix. The snow was great from the start; that soft natural snow we received during yesterday's storm made a huge difference to the conditions. The summit was a little more cloudy than the rest of the mountain, but that is partly due to the snowmaking going on (kachow!). The cats were out in full force giving us pristine groomers on the way down. The snow is soft but still set up well for some great skiing today.

They made snow last night on Village Run, Promenade, Upper Timberline, and the Summit. We even saw a gun running at Hot Dog Hill! ❄️ We are expecting temps in the low 20s at the summit and mid to upper 20s in the base area with cloudy skies and light winds. Keep doing your snow dances because we have another storm on the horizon for Sunday! Stay tuned for more updates on the upcoming storm and snow totals.

Today's quick facts:

🎿 Trail Count: 75

🚡 Lift Count: 20

❄️ Snowfall: 7" Storm Total (based on the summit )

🔫 Snowmaking Last Night: Village Run, Promenade, Upper Timberline, and The Summit base area


Pro Tip: You can find Unofficial Okemo stickers at the Demo Day event happening today! Read more below to find out where the goodies live...


It's Saturday, which means Après Afternoons is back from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Jackson Gore Courtyard. Today's live music performer is Tony Lee Thomas! Hang out by the heat lamps and fire pits, at the snow tubing park, or take a rip down the mountain coaster. Grab a drink at the Last Chair Slopeside Bar while you beat your friends in corn hole or giant Jenga. ✌️

The start of the weekend also brings a new event to the table, Demo Day! ⛷️ Stop by Winterplace on Okemo for a FREE Demo Day made possible by The Boot Pro, William Raveis Vermont Properties, and the Winterplace Association. Open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., go take a test run on a new pair of shred sticks. Demo Day is located at the top of the A & B Quads.


"Yeah I liked that one... it was magical!" - Jen M.

We are also THRILLED to announce the addition of TWO MORE SPONSORS! Thank you to Main + Mountain Bar & Motel and The Boot Pro Ski Shop for supporting us.✌️

If you own a business and you're interested in sponsoring Unofficial Okemo, please email us at to learn about your opportunities.

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For more information on today's conditions update, please visit

Think snow,

Abby + Noah

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