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Closing Dates for the 2020-21 Season

Spring bumps at Killington Resort
The sun sets on another best day ever at Bolton Valley
Blasting off the Superstar Glacier at Killington Resort
Sun's Out, Guns Out at Killington

The 2020-21 ski and ride season is coming to an end on its own terms. This year, COVID-19 changed a lot of things at Vermont ski areas, but our love of sliding on snow was not one of them. We would first like to say thank you to all of the hard working resort employees that made this season possible, as well as our guests who followed Vermont's travel guidelines to keep our communities safe throughout the winter. It is because of all of you that this season comes to its natural end. 

With that, please see the list of closing dates for Vermont's 2020-21 season: The Little Season that Could. 

OPEN Areas:

Jay Peak Resort: Will stay open through April, one way or another.

Killington Resort: Will stay open as late as there is snow on the Superstar Glacier!

Sugarbush Resort: Lincoln Peak: May 2, 2021 – Mt. Ellen: CLOSED for the season.

CLOSED Areas: 

Bolton Valley Resort: CLOSED for the season

Bromley Mountain Resort: CLOSED for the season

Burke Mountain Resort: CLOSED for the season

Cochran’s Ski Area: CLOSED for the season

Mad River Glen: CLOSED for the season.

Magic Mountain: CLOSED for the season

Middlebury Snow Bowl: CLOSED for the season.

Mount Snow Resort: CLOSED for the season. 

Okemo Mountain Resort: CLOSED for the season

Pico Mountain: CLOSED for the season

Quechee Club: CLOSED for the season.

Smugglers’ Notch Resort: CLOSED for the season. April 11, 2021

Stratton Mountain Resort: CLOSED for the season. April 11, 2021

Stowe Mountain Resort: CLOSED for the season. April 18, 2021.

Suicide Six Ski Area: CLOSED for the season.

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