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Vermont Webcam Links

Postby loafer89 » Tue Sep 25, 2018 12:12 pm

I thought I would start a thread with the Vermont webcam links that I am aware of:

Stowe:
https://www.stowe.com/explore/webcams

Smugglers Notch Multiple Cams:
https://www.smuggs.com/pages/winter/ski ... WebCam.php

Mad River Valley with links to Sugarbush/General Store/Mad River Valley Cam:
https://www.madrivervalley.com/webcam

UVM/Burlington:
https://www.earthcam.com/usa/vermont/bu ... n/?cam=uvm

Lake Champlain - Cam is in New York:
http://www.westportmarina.com/lake.html

Killington link to multiple webcams:
https://www.killington.com/the-mountain ... s/mountain

Okemo Mountain:
https://www.okemo.com/mountain-info/live-cams/

Stratton Mid-Mountain Cam:
https://www.stratton.com/the-mountain/webcams

Mount Snow - Multiple Cams:
https://www.mountsnow.com/our-media/live-cams/


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Re: Vermont Webcam Links

Postby loafer89 » Tue Sep 25, 2018 12:23 pm

The Mad River Valley, Stratton and Mount Snow cams are on YouTube.

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Re: Vermont Webcam Links

Postby bm » Tue Sep 25, 2018 1:21 pm

Middlebury College, including Rikert Ski Center and the Snow Bowl.
http://www.middlebury.edu/about/campus/middcams

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Re: Vermont Webcam Links

Postby ctyanky » Tue Sep 25, 2018 4:20 pm

I love this new thread! Thank you Loafer!!!! :D

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Re: Vermont Webcam Links

Postby wentworth » Wed Sep 26, 2018 8:40 am

loafer89 wrote:I thought I would start a thread with the Vermont webcam links that I am aware of:

Stowe:
https://www.stowe.com/explore/webcams

Smugglers Notch Multiple Cams:
https://www.smuggs.com/pages/winter/ski ... WebCam.php

Mad River Valley with links to Sugarbush/General Store/Mad River Valley Cam:
https://www.madrivervalley.com/webcam

UVM/Burlington:
https://www.earthcam.com/usa/vermont/bu ... n/?cam=uvm

Lake Champlain - Cam is in New York:
http://www.westportmarina.com/lake.html

Killington link to multiple webcams:
https://www.killington.com/the-mountain ... s/mountain

Okemo Mountain:
https://www.okemo.com/mountain-info/live-cams/

Stratton Mid-Mountain Cam:
https://www.stratton.com/the-mountain/webcams

Mount Snow - Multiple Cams:
https://www.mountsnow.com/our-media/live-cams/
Thx for all the Webcams--no color yet on any of them--Killington 360 Webcam is still blocked by fog for the third day in a row

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Re: Vermont Webcam Links

Postby Texas_Aggie » Wed Sep 26, 2018 9:04 am

Also, you can see webcams on weather underground (http://www.wunderground.com). Search for any town in vermont, then go to the wundermap, and click the checkbox next to "webcams." These are cameras that have been shared by private citizens. Most of them are in folks' yards, and have trees visible in them.

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Re: Vermont Webcam Links

Postby wentworth » Thu Sep 27, 2018 6:20 am

Finally see some nice color on the Pittsburg NH Webcam--Its the webcam that shows the round thermometer in front

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Re: Vermont Webcam Links

Postby wentworth » Thu Sep 27, 2018 7:09 am

Killington 360 cam finally clear of fog--Zooming in, you can see some color on the hillside developing near the parking lot

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Re: Vermont Webcam Links

Postby Texas_Aggie » Thu Sep 27, 2018 8:36 am

wentworth wrote:Killington 360 cam finally clear of fog--Zooming in, you can see some color on the hillside developing near the parking lot


I just came here to post the same! 8 more days!!!

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Re: Vermont Webcam Links

Postby edmcguirk » Thu Sep 27, 2018 9:04 am

Texas_Aggie wrote:
wentworth wrote:Killington 360 cam finally clear of fog--Zooming in, you can see some color on the hillside developing near the parking lot


I just came here to post the same! 8 more days!!!


I was watching the Killington summit webcam about 20 minutes after sunrise, as the sun started to burn through the clearing fog among the trees. It was actually pretty spectacular to see.

Texas Aggie there may be hope yet. Due to the cool weather, in the past 3 days my town in Massachusetts went from full green to random trees here and there turning color overnight. And we normally peak around 10/15 to 10/20. Now those trees are probably the stressed ones, but at least some change is finally starting to happen.

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Re: Vermont Webcam Links

Postby Texas_Aggie » Thu Sep 27, 2018 9:24 am

heck, it was 65 this morning in Texas. That's "cold" for this time of year. Can't wait to get up there.

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Re: Vermont Webcam Links

Postby ctyanky » Thu Sep 27, 2018 9:54 am

Texas! I can't wait to hear how you feel when you get up to Vermont! I think you have already reached a "10" in terms of excitement!!!! :)

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Re: Vermont Webcam Links

Postby Texas_Aggie » Fri Sep 28, 2018 8:05 am

...and killington is covered with fog again today. Is that pretty normal for this time of year? Was really hoping next week to travel up the gondolas at Killington and/or Stowe.

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Re: Vermont Webcam Links

Postby edmcguirk » Fri Sep 28, 2018 9:02 am

Texas_Aggie wrote:...and killington is covered with fog again today. Is that pretty normal for this time of year? Was really hoping next week to travel up the gondolas at Killington and/or Stowe.


That fog is there because it is lightly raining in Killington today. If you are in Vermont for about a week, you should at least get a clear day or two. You may want to look at the Mount Mansfield auto toll road near Stowe, you can drive to the summit. The forest at the top of Smugglers Notch road in Stowe (Rt. 108) can be pretty photogenic if you are there on a rainy day with fog, lots of neat trees, boulders and moss to shoot in the fog.
I photographed Smugglers Notch about 15 years ago on the day after an overnight October snowfall, and it was pure magic.

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Re: Vermont Webcam Links

Postby Texas_Aggie » Fri Sep 28, 2018 9:04 am

thanks. I do have smuggler's notch on my list.



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