These Vermont Resorts are Still Open For Skiing and Riding

Spring is here and as the days get longer and sunnier, the snow is plentiful which means there is still plenty of skiing to be had. The season is ripe for corn snow, that awesome mashed potato texture you get when winter’s consolidated snowpack warms up under the midday sun. Here’s where you can still hit the slopes this weekend.

Jay Peak Resort

Now closed midweek, Jay Peak Resort will be open through May 5. Head up north and get those last great turns!

Killington Resort

Killington will now be closed Monday-Thursday, but open Friday through Sunday through June 2. However, the bike park is set to tentatively open on May 25, with golf opening for season passholders on May 24.

Sugarbush Resort

Mount Ellen is now closed and lift operations at Lincoln Peak have halted midweek, but this Saturday, the resort plans to re-open for expert skiing on Steins and some fun intermediate terrain on Spring Fling. Hours: Saturday – Sunday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Fun keeps cranking at Sugarbush through May 5’s Cinqo de Mayo party, with live music in the courtyard.

Featured Photo Caption: Jay Peak in full on spring skiing mode. Photo courtesy Jay Peak. 

Abagael Giles

Abagael Giles is the Assistant Editor at Vermont Ski + Ride Magazine. She loves free-heel skiing and exploring her home state of Vermont–one ridgetop at a time. Find her on Twitter at @AbagaelGiles.

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