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2018-19 Season: the gift that keeps on giving to Vermont's skiers and riders

As we head into the New Year, Ski Vermont asked some of its friends from around the state what made the beginning of the 2018-19 season so special and how they would be preparing for the Christmas and…

Open terrain continues to expand across Vermont ski areas

Ideal snowmaking temperatures continued Wednesday, allowing Vermont ski areas to lay down bountiful amounts of "white gold" and drop ropes on what was already the largest amount of open early-season terrain…

Ski Vermont Wine Now Available For Purchase Online

Proceeds will help fund scholarship program for Vermont students

Thrills and Chills: Snowfall and Perfect Snowmaking Temperatures Continue Strong Early Season

The epic 2018-19 winter season keeps delivering, as more new snow fell Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Temperatures remain optimal for snowmaking conditions which has allowed resorts to continue…

Snowpack on Mount Mansfield is Deepest on Record for November

Winter Storm Bruce helped bring the total snow depth atop Mount Mansfield to 46 inches, the deepest in recorded history for the month of November. The previous deepest November snowpack at the measuring…

Winter Storm Bruce puts an exclamation point on 'Snowvember' for Vermont ski areas

Winter Storm Bruce finally released its grip on Vermont on Thursday – but only after dumping up to several feet of fresh snow on the state’s ski areas in an exclamation point on a “Snowvember” for the…

A November to Remember Keeps Blanketing the Green Mountains in Glorious Winter White

Powder Alert! New Snow Follows an Historic Opening Weekend for These Three Vermont Ski Areas.

Another record-setting crowd at Killington sees Mikaela Shiffrin three-peat as slalom champion

As Mikaela Shiffrin surveyed the setting Sunday at Killington Resort - dense fog shrouding the Superstar course and a wintry mix of precipitation falling from the sky - she knew it would be no cakewalk…

Ski Vermont 2018 Holiday Gift Guide

Holiday shopping can be stressful – but getting the perfect gift for the skiers and snowboarders on your list doesn’t require busting doors, battling crowds of fellow shoppers or waiting in long lines…

Ideal weather helps Vermont ski areas open ahead of schedule

The most abundant early-season snowfall in the last five seasons has prompted several Vermont ski areas to move up their opening dates and spin lifts earlier than planned. Mad River Glen will open on…

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