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Sugarbush Photos

Browse through our collection of photography from Sugarbush to get acquainted with it before your ski trip or to relive great memories on the slopes at Sugarbush.
A cloudy sunrise Saturday gradually gave way to sunlit powder above Vermont's Mad River Valley. - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto

A cloudy sunrise Saturday gradually gave way to sunlit powder above Vermont's Mad River Valley.
Copyright: Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto

A cloudy sunrise Saturday gradually gave way to sunlit powder above Vermont's Mad River Valley. - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto
A group of friends who made the trek up from Philadelphia through the storm late Friday, warm up by the fire after a satisfying day on the snow in Vermont's Mad River Valley. - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto

A group of friends who made the trek up from Philadelphia through the storm late Friday, warm up by the fire after a satisfying day on the snow in Vermont's Mad River Valley.
Copyright: Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto

A group of friends who made the trek up from Philadelphia through the storm late Friday, warm up by the fire after a satisfying day on the snow in Vermont's Mad River Valley. - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto
Coach Rickity is all smiles on Saturday at Sugarbush, VT. - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto

Coach Rickity is all smiles on Saturday at Sugarbush, VT.
Copyright: Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto

Coach Rickity is all smiles on Saturday at Sugarbush, VT. - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto
Sugarbush opened it's legendary Castle Rock area to hike/skin access late morning Saturday, offering skiers willing to put in the extra effort an extended chance at some fresh tracks.  - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto

Sugarbush opened it's legendary Castle Rock area to hike/skin access late morning Saturday, offering skiers willing to put in the extra effort an extended chance at some fresh tracks.
Copyright: Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto

Sugarbush opened it's legendary Castle Rock area to hike/skin access late morning Saturday, offering skiers willing to put in the extra effort an extended chance at some fresh tracks.  - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto
A cloudy sunrise Saturday gradually gave way to sunlit powder above Vermont's Mad River Valley. - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto

A cloudy sunrise Saturday gradually gave way to sunlit powder above Vermont's Mad River Valley.
Copyright: Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto

A cloudy sunrise Saturday gradually gave way to sunlit powder above Vermont's Mad River Valley. - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto
Forrest Twombly made the most of the fresh snow Friday at Sugarbush. - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto

Forrest Twombly made the most of the fresh snow Friday at Sugarbush.
Copyright: Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto

Forrest Twombly made the most of the fresh snow Friday at Sugarbush. - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto
Sugarbush received over 97

Sugarbush received over 97" of natural snow in December alone. Taken: December 25, 2012. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush.

Sugarbush received over 97
Pow days have been a familiar scene for Sugarbush skiers and riders this season. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush.

Pow days have been a familiar scene for Sugarbush skiers and riders this season. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush.

Pow days have been a familiar scene for Sugarbush skiers and riders this season. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush.
Sugarbush looks good, 12/27/2012. - ©Sugarbush/Facebook

Sugarbush looks good, 12/27/2012.
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Sugarbush looks good, 12/27/2012. - ©Sugarbush/Facebook
And by mid-December, the Old Man was able to take charge once again. Here, he's kicking off a week long snow cycle by shrouding the higher elevations of Vermont's Sugarbush in snow. - ©Brian Mohr / EmberPhoto

And by mid-December, the Old Man was able to take charge once again. Here, he's kicking off a week long snow cycle by shrouding the higher elevations of Vermont's Sugarbush in snow.
Copyright: Brian Mohr / EmberPhoto

And by mid-December, the Old Man was able to take charge once again. Here, he's kicking off a week long snow cycle by shrouding the higher elevations of Vermont's Sugarbush in snow. - ©Brian Mohr / EmberPhoto
Several inches began piling up at Sugarbush on Monday, and while little, if any, snow was accumulating in the lower valleys, skiers were enjoying free refills with every run in the mountains. Terrain coated with a man-made base was skiing especially well again.  - ©Brian Mohr / EmberPhoto

Several inches began piling up at Sugarbush on Monday, and while little, if any, snow was accumulating in the lower valleys, skiers were enjoying free refills with every run in the mountains. Terrain coated with a man-made base was skiing especially well again.
Copyright: Brian Mohr / EmberPhoto

Several inches began piling up at Sugarbush on Monday, and while little, if any, snow was accumulating in the lower valleys, skiers were enjoying free refills with every run in the mountains. Terrain coated with a man-made base was skiing especially well again.  - ©Brian Mohr / EmberPhoto
Winter weather advisories filled the airwaves Thursday, and Madison Anderson was ready for action at Sugarbush's Lincoln Peak.  - ©Brian Mohr / EmberPhoto

Winter weather advisories filled the airwaves Thursday, and Madison Anderson was ready for action at Sugarbush's Lincoln Peak.
Copyright: Brian Mohr / EmberPhoto

Winter weather advisories filled the airwaves Thursday, and Madison Anderson was ready for action at Sugarbush's Lincoln Peak.  - ©Brian Mohr / EmberPhoto
Fresh turns under bluebird skies. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush Resort.

Fresh turns under bluebird skies. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush Resort.

Fresh turns under bluebird skies. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush Resort.
Jumping for joy. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush Resort.

Jumping for joy. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush Resort.

Jumping for joy. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush Resort.
Tree skiing at Sugarbush - ©John Atkinson

Tree skiing at Sugarbush
Copyright: John Atkinson

Tree skiing at Sugarbush - ©John Atkinson
Just a few days before Halloween, the first big snowstorm of the season dumped as much as 30

Just a few days before Halloween, the first big snowstorm of the season dumped as much as 30" of snow in some areas of the Northeast and knocked out power for over a week. Sugarbush, Vermont's Mad River Valley was at the north edge of the snow belt and picked up only a few inches, but it was a welcome sight at sunrise.
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Just a few days before Halloween, the first big snowstorm of the season dumped as much as 30
Sugarbush President Win Smith and Mad River Glen Marketing Director Eric Friedman address the press. Photo Courtesy Sugarbush Resort.

Sugarbush President Win Smith and Mad River Glen Marketing Director Eric Friedman address the press. Photo Courtesy Sugarbush Resort.

Sugarbush President Win Smith and Mad River Glen Marketing Director Eric Friedman address the press. Photo Courtesy Sugarbush Resort.
Skiing deep pow at Sugarbush. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush Resort. Powder 12/29/11

Skiing deep pow at Sugarbush. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush Resort. Powder 12/29/11

Skiing deep pow at Sugarbush. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush Resort. Powder 12/29/11
Two skiers make their way down the mountain at Sugarbush Resort, Vermont - ©Sugarbush

Two skiers make their way down the mountain at Sugarbush Resort, Vermont
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Two skiers make their way down the mountain at Sugarbush Resort, Vermont - ©Sugarbush
A view of the pool andlodge at Sugarbush Resort, Vermont

A view of the pool andlodge at Sugarbush Resort, Vermont

A view of the pool andlodge at Sugarbush Resort, Vermont
A man gets a view of the village at Sugarbush Resort, Vermont

A man gets a view of the village at Sugarbush Resort, Vermont

A man gets a view of the village at Sugarbush Resort, Vermont
A view of Sugarbush Resort, Vermont. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush Resort.

A view of Sugarbush Resort, Vermont. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush Resort.

A view of Sugarbush Resort, Vermont. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush Resort.

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