Snow Report

Status update for Thu, Aug 11

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 2015-16 winter season. We finished with 156" of natural snow, not including a couple late snowfalls in May and maybe a little on June 9th. We were open for an impressive 153 days and we were the first major eastern U.S. resort to open 100% of our terrain.

Even though the snow is gone, the fun never stops at Sugarbush. We have lots of summer adventures to inspire you. Stay in touch with our Sugarbush Summer Report

While we've been enjoying another great weather week, the weekend looks like good conditions for mitigating our mini-drought. Yes, it is likely to rain, but that is no reason to stay inside and pout. Grab the good garb and come play. 

If the rain sounds less than ideal, remember that this weekend is Lobster Weekend all over the resort, with boat to table service from the Maine coast. Drown your sorrows in a vat of butter and lemon. 

The Vermont Music Fest returns August 19th-21st and preparations are moving forward for the upcoming Eastern States Cup Sugarbush Showdown on August 20th-21st, with both downhill and enduro races planned. Check out all the great events throughout the summer and fall.

We've got 33 trails of lift-served biking on Super Bravo, which connect down to an extensive Valley trail network. Check out madriverriders.com for details on their 45+ mile network for hiking and biking, including great beginner terrain at Blueberry Lake and a brand new intermediate trail called Evolution in Camel's Hump State Forest. 

With lots of sun and meticulous care from the greens crew, the Sugarbush Golf Club is "in the best condition it's ever been." Earlier this season, the team also completed extensive improvements on #2 and #17, and upgraded the cart paths throughout the course. 

Join us for $30 Thursdays for our best golf deal and there are tasty weekly food specials like 50% off food at Timbers on Mondays, Toss 'Em Tuesdays, Raw Bar & Crab Shack Wednesdays, 50% off wine at Timbers on Thursdays, Rib Night at Hogan's on Fridays and Wood Fired Pizza at Hogan's on Saturdays. 

The Sugarbush Health and Recreation Center also has plenty of fun to offer with their outdoor pool, tennis courts, fitness classes, hot tub and sauna, and more.

Sign up for our famous summer kids' camps, including Mini-Adventure Camp, Junior Golf and Tennis Camps and Mountain Bike Adventure Camp. There are only a few more weeks left!

Remember to share your Sugarbush discoveries, tag your photos and videos #SBDiscover.

Snow Totals

Summit Mid-Mtn Base
24 Hour 0" 0" 0"
48 Hour 0" 0" 0"
72 Hour 0" 0" 0"
Season Total 156"
Base Depth
0 - 0"
Primary Surface
N/A
Secondary Surface
N/A

Status Update for August 26

0
Trails Open
of 111
0
Trails Groomed
0%
1
Lifts Open
of 16
0
Miles Open
0
Acres Open
0
Snowmaking Trails
in last 24 hours

Terrain Parks

Status Features

Current Weather

Sunny

Lincoln Peak
73°
Base
66°
Mid
56°
Summit
Mt. Ellen
67°
Base
61°
Mid
56°
Summit
Key:
Open
Closed
Scheduled
Delayed
Wind Hold
Weather Hold
Maintenance Hold

Lincoln Peak

Name Status
Valley House Quad
Super Bravo Express Quad
Schoolhouse Lift
Heaven's Gate Triple
Castlerock Double
North Lynx Triple
Gate House Express Quad
Welcome Mat
Village Double
Slide Brook Express Quad

Mt. Ellen

Name Status
Tommy's Toy
Green Mountain Express Quad
North Ridge Express Quad
Summit Quad
Inverness Quad
Sunshine Double
Key:
Open
Closed
Partially Open
Reserved For Event
Easier
More Difficult
Most Difficult
Extremely Difficult
Groomed
Partially Groomed
Snowmaking
Freestyle Terrain
Wooded Area
Not Patrolled

Lincoln Peak

Gadd Peak Trails Status
Stein's Run
The Mall
Reverse Traverse
Snowball
Lower Snowball
Twist
Lower Twist
Moonshine
Lower Moonshine
Spring Fling
Spring Road
Racer's Edge
Cat's Meow
Downspout
Lower Downspout
Domino Chute
Domino
Lower Domino
Lower Jester
Lower Organgrinder
Heaven's Gate Traverse
Birdland
Lower Birdland
Murphy's Glades
Valley House Traverse
Header
Gondolier
Coffee Run
Lower Snowball Woods
Race Course Woods
Eden
Sap Line
Gangstas' Grotto
Christmas Tree Woods
Stein's Woods
Egan's Woods
Lincoln Peak Trails Status
Jester
Allyn's Traverse
Organgrinder
Spillsville
Sigi's Ripcord
Lower Ripcord
Paradise
Lower Paradise
Paradise Extension
Grand Stand
Lew's Line
Ruffed Up
Wood Lot
Fisher Cat
Big Birch
Wild Turkey
Witch Hazel
Castlerock Peak Trails Status
Castlerock Run
Lower Castlerock Run
Hi & Lo Road
Troll Road
Cotillion
Bailout
Lift Line
Lower Lift Line
Rumble
Middle Earth
Castlerock Run Out
Putting Green
Driving Range
North Lynx Peak Trails Status
Birch Run
Morning Star
Sunrise
Village Run
Pushover
Pushover Chute
Lower Pushover
Slowpoke
Hot Shot
Lower Hot Shot
Second Thoughts
Waterfall
Overshot
Sleeper
Sleeper Chutes
Sleeper Road
Castlerock Connection
Out to Lunch
Easy Rider
Out Road
In Road
Sugarbear Forest
Sugarbear Road
First Time
Deeper Sleeper

Mt. Ellen

Mt. Ellen Trails Status
Black Diamond
F.I.S.
Panorama
Rim Run
Lower Rim Run
Exterminator
Lower Exterminator
Bravo
Elbow
Lower Elbow
Upper Lookin' Good
Lookin' Good
Lower F.I.S.
Spin Out
Southbound
Way Back
Tumbler
The Cliffs
Hammerhead
Encore
Which Way
Cruiser
Northway
North Star
Lower North Star
Mainstream
Straight Shot
Crackerjack
Lower Crackerjack
Graduation
Snowflake
Riemergasse
Sugar Run
Easy Does It
Moose Run Woods
Tumbler Woods
Ellen's Woods
Graduation Woods
Bravo Woods
Bravinator Woods
Way Back Woods
Exterminator Woods
Inverness Peak Trails Status
Inverness
Northridge Expressway
Walt's Trail
Semi-Tough
Brambles
Walt's Woods
Semi Tough Woods
Brambles Woods

Sugarbush Resort Golf Club

Sugarbush Resort Golf Club Trails Status
Front Nine
Back Nine

Wooded areas between open trails are not patrolled and have no skier/snowboarder services. If you ski/snowboard in wooded areas, you are solely responsible for yourself. Enter and exit only from marked open trails. You should be an expert skier/snowboarder. Do not ski/ride alone. Unmarked obstacles exist throughout.

If you ski/ride in areas other than open and designated trails, you are voluntarily accepting additional responsibility for injury or death. When you enter areas between or outside designated trails, you have entered the unknown. These areas are not maintained or patrolled. You are assuming risks that may include getting lost or suffering other harm or injury.