TRIPS & EVENTS
Ski/Snowboard/SnowBike Powder Ridge
DATE: Feb 18, 2017
END DATE: Feb 18, 2017
Trip/Event Location: Middlefield CT
Coventry, CT United States
Meeting Time: 1:00 PM
Max # People: 20
Trip Guiding / Event Fee: No, I will not be asking participants for money
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Region: New England
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I'm going to Powder Ridge on Saturday and would love some company. Powder Ridge is also the only mountain in the area to offer snow biking, which is a ton of fun and requires almost no skill beyond being able to ride a bike.
I have to work in the morning and can't get there until 1 PM. But, for those who want to get a jump start, the mountain opens at 9 AM for holiday hours. We can meet in the lodge at 1 PM after everyone gets their gear together. For those bringing their own skis and boards, helmets are also required on the mountain. I have a light blue helmet so look for me. If you have questions, PM me. Hope to see a big group there!
The address is 99 Powder Hill Rd, Middlefield, CT. Directions can be found here:
From I-91 South, take Exit 19 and turn Left at the end of the ramp onto Baldwin Avenue. Continue onto Preston Avenue. After 1.2 miles, turn Left onto East Main Street, and then take the ramp onto Route 66 East. In about .75 miles, turn Right onto Route 147. Go 1.7 miles and turn Right onto Powder Hill Road. After about .5 miles, turn Right into Powder Ridge Mountain Park & Resort.
From I-91 North, take Exit 15 to Route 68 toward Yalesville/Durham. At the end of the ramp, take a Right onto Route 68 East. Go about 2.6 miles and turn Left on Route 157 North (Reeds Gap Road). Go about .2 miles and take the first Left onto Powder Hill Road. After about 1.9 miles, turn Left into Powder Ridge Mountain Park & Resort.
From Route 66 West (Middletown area), turn Left onto Route 147 after you pass the Mount Higby Reservoir. Go 1.7 miles and turn Right onto Powder Street and Powder Hill Road. After about .5 miles, turn Right into Powder Ridge Mountain Park & Resort.