St. Patrick's Day Celebrations in the Green Mountains
There's no better place to celebrate St. Patrick's Day than the Green Mountains. Vermont ski areas have tons of fun activies and events in celebration of the Irish Saint.
Get out on the mountain today for a chance to win a 2019/20 Full Season Pass! We heard a wee rumor that a tiny green guy is hiding his pot o'gold atop Bromley Mountain on March 17 - with a little luck you'll find it, and make all your mountain dreams come true for next winter! (We will literally be hiding a pot of "gold" somewhere on the mountain between Runaround and Pushover. Find it, bring it to Switchboard, and the Season Pass is yours. We'll give hints on its location throughout the day on Instagram. @bromleymountain)
Mount Snow is hosting its annual Bud Light Shamrock Fest - $17 lift tickets on Friday, March 15, outdoor live music, and a scavenger hunt to win a 2019/20 season pass. Visit MountSnow.com/events for more details.
St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Scavenger Hunt and Après Ski Party at Okemo on March 17.
Cut-out shamrocks will be “hidden” along Okemo’s trails. When kids find one, they can trade it for a special prize bag filled with goodies at the Clock Tower Base Lodge Resort Services desk. A St. Patrick’s Day Party features live music from 3 to 6 p.m. in the Sitting Bull Bar & Restaurant.
Back by popular demand is Smugglers' St. Patrick's Weekend. With hit events like the Lucky Leprechaun Challenge, it’s hard NOT to win great prizes from vacations to ski and snowboard gear. Wear green and find the leprechauns on the mountain for extra chances to WIN! Then, bring a donation to the Cambridge Food Shelf to earn yourself some free corned beef and cabbage in the Village Courtyard and wash it down with samples from Dear Mom Wines, Boyden Valley Winery, and Smugglers’ Notch Distillery. Or come jam out to live music by the Clocktower. Round out the evening with Beatles tribute band, Studio Two in the Meeting House. There’s much more going on, so be sure to head to Smuggs.com for the full schedule.
Sugarbush's annual St. Patrick's Day Party. Bring out your inner leprechaun at Green Mountain Lounge at Mt. Ellen! Featuring green beer, drink features such as Guinness Smithwicks, traditional Irish food, and live music. More information at Sugarbush.com
Get Your Green On – North East Kingdom Style this St. Paddy’s Day. All Leprechauns ski/ride for free Saturday, March 16 and Sunday, March 17. You must report to guest services for official acknowledgement of Leprechaun status and your free ticket. Tons of live music including free small pipe tunes in the world’s greatest little ski bar, the Bear Den at Mid Burke featuring Iain MacHarg & Friends. Stick around for a Celtic Rock Concert featuring Prydein and the Catamount Pipe Band in the Burke Mountain Ballroom. Complete details can be found at skiburke.com/deals/green.
Jay Peak's Second Annual Real To Steel Event. Join us for the 2nd annual Real to Steel, taking place on Sunday, March 17th. Open to skiers & riders, test your skills on both challenging upper mountain terrain, and your trick ability in the Interstate Terrain Park. Two events rolled into one, what’s not to like? For more information visit JayPeakResort.com
St. Patty’s Day at General Stark’s Pub with a Harpoon Irish Stout Special and Corned Beef & Cabbage Lunch Special. There will also be Brats in the Birdcage! Come on up to our mid-mountain oasis and feast on the links along with a Lawson’s Super Session in their famous green cans. Celebrate Lawson’s 10th anniversary of their first keg at Mad River Glen!
Pico Mountain is hosting the Special Olympics Winter Games this St. Patrick's Day weekend. Athletes will compete in alpine skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing. For more information visit PicoMountain.com
Join us for the last Après Ski of the season on St. Paddy's Day! After cruising the slopes, enjoy a Vermont-style Après Ski. Complete with local beers flowing from Perley's Pourhouse, great eats and live music from Still Hill! A fun way for the whole family to enjoy the warmth of the fireplace after a snowy day. Visit Suicide6.com for more details.
You can visit the Ski Vermont events page to find more St. Patrick's Day celebrations across the state.