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There are a lot of interesting people at Sugarbush, and the good news is most of them have something to say. Check out our latest blog posts including Win's Word, written by our President Win Smith, Stoke Exchange, Sugarbush Living, and more.

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Stoke Exchange

Turnover Overture

We're winding down the wild winter of 2016-17 with our famous Ski and Tee Weekend on April 30th - May 1st, honoring the end of lift-served skiing and riding, and the beginning of golf. Our seasonal turnover is really an overlap, proving once again that the fun never stops at Sugarbush.

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Win's Word

Reopening Next Weekend

Sunday marked the 151st consecutive day of skiing here at Sugarbush since last fall’s Thanksgiving Opening Day.  It will not be the last, however, as we plan to reopen this Saturday for three final days...

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Stoke Exchange

Spring Segue

Spring is fully in control at Sugarbush and the meltdown in the last 2 weeks has been steady. We went from 100% open, 72 trails and 6 lifts at Lincoln Peak with maximum seasonal snowpack on April 8th to 20 trails and 2 lifts today.

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Win's Word

A Surprising April

April has certainly been full of surprises.  The month got off to a terrific start with two powder Saturdays in a row followed by a delightful Pond Skimming event on Sunday...

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Sugarbush Magazine

The Sugarbush Study

Since 1971, Dr. Robert Johnson and his team have been conducting one of the largest studies on skiing and riding injuries in the world.

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What's New

Mountain Views - Sugarbush Personalities

A poignant closure for many of us in the Sugarbush community was the loss of Rumble, our mascot for the last almost nine years. He represented the resort in many ways, from his portrait inhabiting the Castlerock Pub sign (thank you, Sparky Potter), to being named after one of the most technical trails on the East Coast...

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Stoke Exchange

Great Late

Well, it doesn't feel like the end, but this is the final weekend of Mt. Ellen lift-service and we're only about a month away from Lincoln Peak's last day. That said, we're tracking a nice snow storm that is supposed to start tomorrow late morning and bring 8-12" through Saturday. With the weather trends this winter, we're hoping for a bit more than predicted too. 

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