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  • On To The Past At Mad River Glen

    The venerable ski area spends $1.54 million to restore "Old Faithful," its historic single chair. Full Article

    20th November 2007

  • Sugarbush Snow Guns Fired Up

    Sugarbush Resort is blowing snow on Lincoln Peak. Full Article

    30th October 2007

  • Snow and Skiers Fly at Killington

    The third major snow storm in a month dumped 18 inches of new snow on Killington just in time for St. Patrick's Day. With numerous events over the next several weekends Killington guests should have some great spring skiing and plenty to keep them entertained or challenged. Full Article

    20th March 2007

  • Snow, Spring and Deals in Vermont

    A reprise of the Valentines Day storm dropped a foot to a foot and a half of fresh powder on resorts all over Vermont last Friday. Mt. Snow and Stratton in the southern part of the state reported 14 to 15 inches of the white stuff while Killington piled up a whopping 20 inches on the mountain. Further north Stowe, Smugglers Notch and Jay Peak all saw dumps of 13" to 17". Full Article

    4th March 2007

  • Sale of Killington and Pico Announced

    American Skiing Company (ASC) has entered into an agreement to sell its two remaining resorts in Vermont, Killington and Pico, to SP Land Company for $83.5 million. Full Article

    20th February 2007

  • Mad River Glen – Skiing Minus Snowmaking

    What does it take for a ski area with little or no snowmaking to survive in a winter like we've had so far in the East? Patience, loyalty and cooperation go a long way toward survival according to Eric Friedman, spokesman for Mad River Glen. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Ups and Downs for Vacation Week in Vermont

    Mild temps and lack of snow made for mixed reviews of the holiday vacation period in Vermont. While a few areas had to close part way through the week before re-opening just before New Years, others reported surprisingly good numbers, all things considered. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Learn To Fly at Killington

    Killington has developed specialized learn to fly weekends for snowboarders of intermediate or advanced ability who want to jump, ride switch, perform tricks or learn other freestyle maneuvers in one of the resorts performance terrain parks. Full Article

    2nd January 2007

  • Pico Opens December 15 – Hosts Benefit

    Pico Mountain has scheduled its opening day for Friday, Dec. 15th and plans to have top to bottom skiing served by the Golden and Summit Express quad chairs. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • Nickelodeon and Killington Winterfest

    A winter of family fun kicks off at Killington Dec. 9th and 10th with the Nickelodeon and Killington Winterfest. Full Article

    5th December 2006

  • Sugarbush Garners "First Honors" in Vermont

    This year Sugarbush changed recent trends and became the first area in Vermont to open for the skiing and riding season. Full Article

    28th November 2006

  • Thanksgiving Kickoff at Killington

    Killington will kick off their 2006/07 season on Thanksgiving Day. The Vermont resort expects to have top to bottom skiing and riding off Killington Peak and Snowdon Mountain. Full Article

    21st November 2006

  • Steal Deal at Pico

    Looking for a great deal on mid-week skiing and amenities? Head up to Vermont and take advantage of Pico's new all-inclusive, mid-week package Full Article

    14th November 2006

  • Renewal and Revitalization at Sugarbush

    The most ambitious project in Sugarbush, Vermont's nearly 50 years of operation will be kicked off with the opening of phase one of the Lincoln Peak Village. Full Article

    1st November 2006

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