The good news is that the northern ski areas have received snow in the last 24 hours. Jay Peak has reported receiving up to 8 inches. Unfortunately things don’t look good for today where the forecast is calling for rain which could affect some ski areas to close down for their final weekend. Please check individual ski area websites before heading out to the slopes.
Here is the current status of the Ski Areas in Vermont:
Northern Vermont –
Jay Peak – Open (No set closing date)
Smugglers’ Notch Resort- Open (Anticipated closing date 4/3)
Stowe Mountain Resort – Open (Anticipated closing date 4/24)
Q Burke Mountain Resort – Open (Closing 3/27)
Bolton Valley – Closed for the season.
Central Vermont –
Killington Mountain Resort – Open (Anticipated closing date 5/1)
Okemo Mountain Resort – Open (Anticipated closing date 4/10)
Sugarbush Resort – Open (Anticipated closing date 4/10)
Mad River Glen – Closed for the season.
Middlebury Snow Bowl – Closed for the season.
Pico Mountain – Closed for the season.
Ski Quechee – Closed for the season.
Suicide Resort – Closed for the season.
Southern Vermont –
Stratton Mountain – Open (Anticipating closing date 4/10)
Mount Snow – Open Will be closed 3/28-4/1. Will open on 4/2 with final day on 4/3.
Bromley Mountain -Currently closed. Hoping to open on 3/26 for their final weekend. Weather permitting
The Hermitage Club – Currently closed. Hoping to open on Saturday 3/26 for their final weekend. Weather permitting.
Magic Mountain – Closed for the season
Closing dates are subject to change depending on weather conditions.
Here are the latest ski and snow conditions:
To keep up to date with the current snow and ski conditions. Visit the Vermont.com Ski and Snow Report.
Keep up to date on the current weather conditions in Vermont.
Many of the ski areas have events planned for the Easter weekend so make sure to check out Vermont.com Calendar of Events Page.
So, grab your skis and head to the slopes for a day of skiing before it is too late!