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The Fall Line: It's Goggle Tan Time.

 Skiers and Riders enjoying the Tailgate Party at Jay Peak Resort 


It’s Goggle Tan Time!

Although we are done daily snow reporting for the year, we still have four resorts open for skiing and riding!  Stowe Mountain Resort, Killington Resort, Jay Peak Resort, and Sugarbush Resort are ready for some spring skiing conditions this weekend.  Break out your shorts and t-shirts and get ready to soak up the Vermont sun!  Don’t miss the 7th Annual Tailgate Party at Jay Peak on Saturday April 16th from 12-8pm.  The event will be at Stateside and Bull Wheel Bar and there will even be some prizes awarded!  Sugarbush is hosting Stein’s Challenge on Saturday April 16th from 10am-2pm.  Stein’s Run tests the best as skiers and riders compete to see who can log the most laps.  We will no longer be sending our daily snow report, check skivermont.com/conditions for the most up to date conditions. 

 

It’s Not Goodbye, It’s See You Later

We at Ski Vermont want to thank you for making the best out of this interesting season.  This will be the last Fall Line until the snow flies next winter.  Snow reporting will to resume in the fall once the Green Mountains have been coated in a blanket of white. 

The good news? Spring and summer are upon us which means beer festivals, mountain biking, paddling trips, and nights under the stars.  Living in a state with so much natural beauty means taking advantage of it no matter what season.  Make sure to get out and enjoy the sunshine, long summer nights, and time with friends and family. We are looking forward to getting ready for the 2016-2017 winter season and we hope to see you on the slopes!

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