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Mark Your Calendar – Closing Dates

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All good things must come to an end and though it may seem like a long way off, here are the latest closing dates for the ski areas nearest you. Check back often for updates!…

Cochran’s Ski Area: March 23, 2014 Suicide...

Backcountry for Beginners

Dickie Hall of the North American Telemark Organization (NATO) gives some pointers to a student the Get Out and Backcountry Ski Festival at Bolton Valley. The festival was organized by the Catamount Trail Organization and is held annually for novice and intermediate Nordic Skiers. Photo by Evan Johnson

BOLTON VALLEY — Denny Bowen got his first pair of skis when he was ten years old.

“I was hooked,” he says, describing the days when he and his brother would ski at the country club near where...

Best Apps for Skiers & Riders

Peter Eastman checks his stats at Mad River Glen. Photo by Jennifer Langille

Your smartphone puts the world at your fingertips, and that includes while you’re on the slopes.
Can’t find your car in the parking lot? there’s an app for that.
What to know your speed while racing down your favorite...

Snowcat Thrills!

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By ANGELO LYNN

SUGARBUSH — Who hasn’t seen those action shots in ski movies with skiers and riders gliding through knee-deep, untracked powder and wished just once in their lives, they could be there too?

Who hasn’t seen photos of “face-shots”...

Middlebury Winter Carnival Photos

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Middlebury College hosted its Winter Carnival on Feb. 21 and 22 at the Snow Bowl in Hancock and at the Rikert Nordic Center in Ripton. The carnival, which also doubled as the Easter Intercollegiate Skiing association Championships, featured two...

Winter Storm Vulcan blankets Vermont

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It’s safe to say, the snow isn’t leaving any time soon. Wednesday’s storm, Vulcan left multiple feet of snow in some areas across Vermont. Here’s the totals so far:

Bolton Valley Resort: 19″-21″
Bromley Mountain Resort: 1″-3″

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ResortBase Depth (in.)48hr SnowfallSurface Condition
Jay Peak Vermont 40" 0" Spring
Killington Resort Vermont 30" 0" Machine Groomed
Mad River Glen Vermont N/A" 0" N/A
Okemo Mountain Resort Vermont 36" 0" Machine Groomed
Smugglers' Notch Resort Vermont 30" 2" Powder
Stowe Mountain Resort Vermont 48" 1" Spring
Stratton Mountain Vermont N/A" 0" N/A
Sugarbush Vermont 40" 0" Spring