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Spring Fling! Spring Events!

Mad River Glen Pond Skim
Supergirl's Super Skim at Mad River Glen
Patrol gets in on the action at Mad River Glen
Raise your hand if you made it across the pond! Mad River Glen
Big air at Mad River Glen
Back-seat paddlin' across the pond at Mad River Glen
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The 2018-19 ski and ride season is coming to an end and Vermont ski areas are going out in style Mad River Glen broke their record for the longes season in MRG's history on April 20. Stowe Mountain Resort closed on Easter Sunday, April 21 with sunny skies. There is still time to get slushy spring turns in. Killington, Sugarbush and Jay Peak will be open through May. Stay up to date with weekly updates on closing dates at SkiVermont.com/spring.

Mad River Glen

Mad River Glen has officially broken its record for the longest season in its 70 year history. April 20, 2019 was MRG's 136th operating day of the 2018-19 ski season. In the words of Porky Pig, "that's all, folks!"

Mad River Glen

Fare the well 2018-2019!! Thanks for a great year!!

Killington Resort

The great thing about Killington is that we stay open long after the rest of the resorts shut down their lifts – we keep the party going into summer. In fact, our mountain biking opens while we’re still skiing – golf course too! You could potentially have a tri-sport weekend if Mother Nature does her thing.

“There’s a reason The King of Spring calls Killington home. We’re known for soft turns, long days of sunshine and weekends packed with events and live music,” says Mike Solimano, president and general manager of Killington Resort. “We pride ourselves on hosting the longest season in the East and hope to stretch this season beyond Memorial Day on Superstar’s World Cup base while enjoying some friendly competition at events like the Hibernation Park Jam on March 30, Killington Triathlon and May Day Slalom.”

Since we never really know our closing weekend until days before, we do something more “beastly”. We pack every weekend in the spring with an event that’s sure to satisfy our guests need for soft turns and goggle tans. We call it the NOR’BEASTER Spring Events List. Here’s what’s left so far:

April 20: Dazed & Defrosted – Truly a celebration of spring complete with soft bumps, cold brews, on-snow demos, and great live music.
April 27: Killington Triathlon 
May 1: May Day Slalom

Memorial Day Weekend at Killington is expected to feature prime late-spring skiing and riding, plus the kickoff of summer operations including the Killington Golf Course, Adventure Center and Mountain Bike Park

Lodging deal – available until April 21: https://www.killington.com/plan-your-trip/lodging-vacation-packages/vacation-packages/ski-stay  

In case you’re not familiar with The King of Spring, this blog says it all: https://www.killington.com/culture/social-blog/insider-blog/the-king-of-spring

Smugglers' Notch Resort

Smugglers' Notch has decided to close for the season.

Sugarbush Resort

May 5: Cinco de Mayo Celebration - We'll have margarita specials and Texican food specials out of Castlerock Pub. We'll also be hosting live music and cornhole out in the courtyard.

Jay Peak Resort

Pond Skimming - Come get wet & wild at our annual Pond Skim; costume are encouraged. Followed by the Pump House Beach Party

Pump House Beach PartyBust out the sandals and sunblock and head over to the Pump House Indoor Waterpark to ring in the spring ski/ride season.

Check out all of Jay Peak's spring events at JayPeakResort.com

 

 

 

Find the full list of closing dates at SkiVermont.com/closing-dates.

 

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