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Stay with us this winter, and enjoy a all of this lovely scenery and the slopeside skiing/riding that comes along with it! Ski & Stay Lift Tickets are just $40/day ($30 Youth). Lock those plans in now before the Inn is all filled up. Link below--> - - - - - www.boltonvalley.com/lodging... See MoreSee Less
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JANUARY SPECIAL: Save on 2-day lift tickets through the month of January when you purchase them by November 18th. Get a 2-day Adult ticket for just $124. That's $48 off the regular 2-day rate. Junior and Senior rates also available.
TIP OF THE DAY: Lower Great Northern down to Vale Road parking is open so you can park in the Vale lots and shuttle up to the K-1 Gondola and Snowdon lifts, then ski/ride back to your car at the end of your day. bit.ly/2K2h871... See MoreSee Less
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On behalf of Mad River Glen, thank you and congratulations to Win Smith and his team at Sugarbush Resort for everything they have done for Sugarbush, the Mad River Valley and the Vermont ski industry over nearly 20 years of ownership. It has been a pleasure and honor to work alongside you to make the Mad River Valley the best ski and outdoor adventure destination in New England. While Mad River Glen will forever continue to be independent and the nation’s only cooperatively owned ski area, we look forward to working with you and the new ownership group in the future. See you on the hill!
Had the pleasure of skiing both of you last year and it really was a complimentary experience and I can't wait to go back to both!
A special place! I loved it last year. Hope to visit again
It has been several years but had the pleasure of being snowed in at Sugarbush on one vacation. Used the opportunity to ski Mad River with deep fresh powder. Both fabulous ski areas but Mad River has held a special place in my heart since I lived in Burlington back in ‘81 to ‘86. Coming back soon!!!!
Since I was young and I have lived in Waitsfield and Warren, worked at Sugarbush, Mad River has always been the best. A ski area for real skiers. 😂
"Sugarbush president and owner Win Smith said that he’d turned down several offers to sell Sugarbush over the years and took pride in being independently owned and operated. However, recent events in the ski industry and the challenge of rising costs posed both by climate change and by doing business in Vermont have convinced him that a new owner was needed to ensure a sustainable future for Sugarbush."
I am proud to be a MRG Shareholder. I have to say I find this sad and kind of scary.
MRG is great but variety is the spice of life. Ski Everywhere!
I’ve only skied Mad River once, for the love of skiing. You better have the skills to ski dust on frozen waterfalls, because that’s true skiing. God bless the efforts of the coop.
Sugarbush goes Aspen East?
Stay the course Mad River Glen, you shall be blessed by the SKI Gods!
Well said. "It was a better place to be", and hopefully will continue to get better. Long live Win Smith, long live Sugarbushers, long live Vermonters.
Classy post by the good folks at Mad River Glen. We are all still part of the MRV community.
Real skiers go west once you ski that pow you never go back
Hats off to ski patrol and support services team in a smooth safe evacuation from the lift on north face and Mount Snow class act giving all a voucher for the inconvenience. Great conditions for early in the season!
Great job making sure you have enough people working today and thanks for telling me all my discounts are gone when I upgraded my pass thanks vail
I can't believe Mt Snow opened before Okemo. And Hunter Mountain? Big Boulder? Step up your game. How can Okemo, which is pretty much at the same place as Killington, open 3 weeks later? There are tons of snow out there in Rutland already! There is no reason why Okemo and Stowe should open later than lower resorts in NY and PA... ☹️
We should all write to Vail Resorts that we want our resorts in Vermont to open before those in Pennsylvania as this is the natural order of things. Should be written in the Constitution. I mean are the historical sales at Okemo and Stowe in preseason so bad or so much worse than at Big Boulder and Hunter that justifies not bothering to open them earlier? There must be an explanation for that decision.
How is Hunter and Mt Snow opening up before Okemo? Really???
If we already purchased passes, and have our cards from last year, do we have to come in to get them activated or will they be ready to go!?
Pico sucks nobody should ever go there, stay at killington! 🤣😂 😉 pico is the best.
I love Pico, my favorite mountain with children. Never crowded, always groomed and all the slopes lead at one location at the bottom so you never had to worry about your children. We stayed at the condominiums at the bottom of the slope and had a phenomenal time!
Killington is so large that if one of your kids took a wrong turn you might not find them for the rest of the day.
Thank You for starting snowmaking
For all you Killington groupies. Do yourself a favor and give Pico a try. Don't stay to long, the locals don't want the intrusion to last to long. Really good mountain. Probably better they never connected to the Mother Slope.
With enough snow, Pico rivals any mountain in the east.