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2017-18 Ski Vermont Opening Dates

Schedule those tune-ups and break out your winter gear, Vermont is open for skiing and snowboarding!

Ski Vermont is Hiring a New President

President, Ski Vermont / Vermont Ski Areas Association Job Description Ski Vermont / the Vermont Ski Areas Association (VSAA) is a non-profit trade association serving the interests of Vermont’s ski…

Easter Celebrations at Vermont Resorts

View of the sunrise during the 61st Annual Sunrise Service at Stowe Mountain Resort   Whoever said Easter Egg Hunts and skiing don’t go hand-in-hand has clearly never been to Vermont in April. This weekend,…

Vermont Resort Closing Dates 2017

Many resorts throughout Vermont have a proud tradition of staying open through April, if not later. Thanks to the help of snowmaking and Mother Nature, many resorts have been able to stay open past projected…

2017-18 Season Pass Deals

2017-2018 season passes are on sale now! There are some great deals to be had when you purchase your season passes now. Don't miss out these special offers from resorts throughout Vermont. Bolton Valley:…

Discover Vermont’s Byways

Vermont’s scenic routes link downhill thrills with its vibrant local culture. As the number one ski and snowboard state in the east, visitors to Vermont know they’re in for an epic alpine adventure, but…

For the Love of Skiing and Snowboarding

Love comes in all forms, and this Valentine's Day we wanted to celebrate our love for skiing and snowboarding in the most romantic way we know how- love letters. A Love Letter to Skiing Dear Skiing, It…

Snack, Sip and Ski: Specialty food producers serve Vermont’s finest local fare—slopeside.

by Hilary DelRoss Skiers and snowboarders need to refuel during and after a day on the snow and, lucky for us, specialty food producers in Vermont are eager to share their offerings with hungry snow enthusiasts…

Spring Skiing and Maple Sugaring Time are One Sweet Pairing

Turning Sap into Maple at the Trapp Family Lodge Sugarhouse Spring is sweet for skiers and snowboarders in Vermont as daylight hours become longer, the sun’s warm rays soften the snow and maple sugarmakers…

MLK Holiday Powder Alert

...and counting at Bolton Valley this morning   Holiday Powder Alert It's great waking up on an extra day off to see extra snow on the slopes. Resorts in Vermont reported up to 7" of new snow this…

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