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4 Nov 2012
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Schedule of Opening Dates for VT Ski Areas


Close behind the end of foliage, winter seems to be rushing in this year in contrast to last year when the slacker did not show up until mid January. There has been natural snowfall on the mountain ridges lately and I've read of several ski areas already making snow. It won't be long. I also read that Killington is going to open tomorrow but frankly, they're just playing around for press coverage and bragging rights as having the longest season in the East.

Here is a listing from Ski Vermont with projected openings for Vermont ski areas this year:

Killington Resort: Opened for pass holders October 13-14, Full opening day expected early November
Stowe Mountain Resort: Saturday, November 17
Sugarbush Resort: Saturday, November 17
Okemo Mountain Resort: Saturday, November 17
Stratton Mountain: Wednesday, November 21
Mount Snow Resort: Wednesday, Nov 21 (11/17 if possible)
Smugglers’ Notch Resort: Friday, November 23
Bromley Mountain: Friday, November 23
Burke Mountain: Friday, November 23
Jay Peak Resort: Saturday, November 24
Bolton Valley: Saturday, December 8
Middlebury College Snow Bowl: Friday, December 14
Magic Mountain: Saturday, December 15 (12/8 if possible)
Mad River Glen: Saturday, December 15 (earlier if possible)
Pico Mountain: Saturday, December 15

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posted by  grunhaus at  21:26