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Celestial Spectacle - 4/8/24 Solar Eclipse Visible from New England Peaks!

Photo by Justin Dickey on Unsplash   Photo by Justin Dickey on Unsplash

Mark you calendars and secure your special glasses! Mountain Resorts throughout the Northeast will be the perfect place for what could be a once in a lifetime event for most folks:a solar eclipse! Imagine shredding down a gorgeous snow-covered slope, then counting down the minutes to when an eerie twilight sweeps across the land, the temperature drops, and a hush falls. For up to 3 minutes and 15 seconds you'll be in another world! If you choose a peak outside the path of direct totality you can still witness a partial eclipse where the sun's corona will peek around the silhouette of the moon. Just remember to protect your eyesight and never look directly at the eclipse, Use eclipse glasses, indirect viewing, or even a pinhole projector. Keep in mind that different viewing locations will experience direct totality for different lengths of time depending on their placement in the path.

Here are a few of your best options to see it all go down:

Direct Totality:

Near Totality:


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