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Stateside Comes into its Own

The new Stateside Lodge at Jay Peak Resort   If you’re a longtime Jay Peaker, you probably spent sometime in the old Stateside Base Lodge. Positioned at the bottom of the Stateside area (near the Jet…

Vermont Hosts Powder Parade, Join us on the Float: The Fall Line, 2/19/15

Mount Snow Resort was Blanketed in Fresh Pow this Month   VT HOSTS FEBRUARY POWDER PARADE The first weeks of February saw a parade of snow storms pass through the region leaving behind up to five feet…

Three Feet of Fresh Snow and New Skis Underfoot: The Fall Line, 2/5/15

POWDER PARTY In case you missed it, we’re having a powder party here in Vermont. The conditions were already fantastic when Mother Nature and Father Winter blasted the Green Mountains with an additional…

Join Juno, Bring a Friend, and Follow the Mamas: The Fall Line, 1/29/15

Okemo Mountain Resort Storm Update Earlier this week, snow totals from Nor’Easter Juno brought up to around 8” of fresh snow to many resorts across Vermont. An incoming Alberta clipper system is slated…

Better Late Than Never

Blue skies and ski buddies at Sugarbush Resort   I got a late start on the ski season this year—this past Saturday, Jan. 24 was my first day on Alpine skis. I packed up my car and drove over to the Mad…

Spread the Love of Ski and Ride in January: The Fall Line, 1/15/15

Cruising at Mount Snow Resort, January 15, 2015   Compared to this time last year – even this time last week – trails counts are way up at resorts across Vermont. The chilly temps have been ideal for…

Post New Year’s at Killington Mountain Resort

After a few days off for New Year’s I rounded out the holiday with a well-needed afternoon shred at Killington.  It was 40 degrees, drizzling, and a little windy but I needed to get in a few turns in before…

Stellar Snowmaking and Beginner Packages in Vermont this January: The Fall Line, 1/8/15

 Bluebird day at Mount Snow Resort - January 8, 2015 HAPPY NEW YEAR! The first week of the New Year has been off to a great start here in Vermont thanks to our excellent base leftover from early…

Kick off the Season with Holiday Deals and Events: The Fall Line, 12/19/14

View from above the inversion at Jay Peak Resort on December 16th   WEEKEND WEATHER UPDATE After an epic start to December with big accumulations, the storm rolled out and beautiful inversions moved…

Welcome to Winter: The Fall Line, 12/11/14

Winter is off to a strong start thanks to the preparation by our hard working snow makers and groomers, the 10 to 13 inches from the Thanksgiving storm and epic accumulations from this week’s Nor’easter. Winter Storm Damon already brought over 2 feet this week with more expected as it hovers over the region for a few more days. The snow out there is heavy, perfect for building up a nice base and expanding the number of trails and terrain slated to open at resorts this weekend.

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