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Skiers and snowboarders will once again be able to snack, sip and ski their way through Vermont’s favorite local food and drink vendors this year with the return of Ski Vermont’s Specialty Food Days Tour. This slope side tour will kick off on January 26th at Jay Peak Resort visiting fifteen resorts over the course of ten weeks.
February is shaping up to be a snowy month in Vermont, and ski and snowboard resorts are rejoicing in the fresh powder and looking forward to an activity-packed Presidents’ Week and Valentine’s Day.
Spend Valentine’s Day soaking up the breathtaking views of the mountains with your sweetheart this year at one of Vermont’s ski and snowboard resorts. Enjoy special couples getaway packages complete with a romantic dinner and couples massage, or sneak away mid-week for some flurries on the snow and in your heart with specially discounted lift tickets for the occasion.
Visit the Green Mountains during the month of February and enjoy a month full of Olympic themed events and lodging packages, unique outdoor adventures, romantic mountain nuptials for Valentine’s Day and much more.
Close out the first month of 2018 with Vermont’s ski and snowboard resorts. Enjoy money-saving offerings, live music, women’s clinics, skimo races, torchlight parades and more with these late January events and deals.
Vermont’s ski and snowboard resorts are once again participating in the nationwide initiative set forth by the National Ski Areas Association to keep visitors safe on the slopes, National Safety Awareness Month.
Plenty of snow and snowmaking have paved way for great conditions are Vermont resorts, which plan to be 100% open for the MLK holiday weekend, featuring great events and activities both on and off slope.
The Vermont Ski Areas Association (VSAA) Board of Directors has named Molly Mahar as the new President of the non-profit trade group representing 20 alpine areas and 30 cross country centers. She will be joining the Ski Vermont team on January 8.
Start off the new year right by getting outside and on the slopes of Vermont in 2018. Join the resorts for their never-ending list of activities from family friendly days on the hill to après wine tasting and movie premiers. Save money in the new year too by taking advantage of discounted lift tickets, ski and stay deals and beginner learn-to-turn packages.
Friends don’t let friends sit inside all winter. Introduce someone to skiing or snowboarding this season with the help of Ski Vermont’s discounted learn-to-turn programs. From the young to old, beginner lessons at Vermont resorts are for anyone looking to pick up a winter sport and enjoy time in the beautiful Green Mountains.
The holiday season is upon us in Vermont and Mother Nature has gifted our slopes with up to two feet of snow this week. This abundant early season snowfall allows for expanding open terrain at resorts and has enticed above average amounts of mid-week visitors. With resorts dropping ropes and making snow, and most of the remaining Vermont ski and snowboard areas planning to open this weekend, Vermont’s open terrain will double over the next week and could be close to 100% open over the holiday.
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