Mountains hit home stretch of winter season

Freestyle skier Patrick O’Hanlon gets airborne last week at Stratton Mountain. Stratton plans to continue skiing and riding through April 11. Rich Snedaker

By Randy Capitani
SOUTHERN VERMONT- This winter season has been one of the snowiest in the past decade, with storms in December, January, and February seemingly one after another. The constant snowfall meant plenty of white ground for skiers, riders, and snowmobilers.
But a recent run of warm and rainy weather has taken its toll. That has led to the closing of the snowmobile trails in the region and a mixed bag of plans for mountain resorts as well.

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