Sugarbush's Daily Snow Report

Today's Snow Report

Monday, April 21st - 10:20 AM

Get the best of spring on this Monday with warm temps in the high 50's and partly sunny skies. Today looks like one of the best days this week, so don't be afraid to leave work early and swing by for a couple of fun turns.  

Sugarbush's snowpack is remarkably deep for late April, even a few natural snow trails and off-piste areas are still good. The snowmaking routes are buried and Stein's should easily stay until May.

The groomers rolled 11 of 25 open trails for today, with smooth and ungroomed terrain for intermediates and experts. Sugarbush Parks also has a fun variety of freestyle features in the Racer's Edge Park. 

Two lifts are scheduled for the week, Super Bravo spins 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM and Heaven's Gate runs from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

Spring lift ticket prices are $50 for all ages, except kids 6 and under always ski and ride for free at Sugarbush.  

Sign up for your 2014/15 Season Pass now for the best deals. With select passes, ski and ride the rest of this season for free!

Visit the events calendar for more info, keep in touch on our Facebook page and go to Sugarbush.com for all the details.

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Live Mountain Stats

Lincoln Peak Temps Mt. Ellen Temps
Base: 60 °F Base: 58 °F
Mid: 54 °F Mid: 53 °F
Summit: 49 °F Summit: °F
Lift & Trail Report
Trails Open: 25 /111 Grooming: 16%
Lifts Open: 1 /16 Snowmaking: No
Terrain Park: Closed
New Snow Base
24 hrs: 0" Min: 14"
48 hrs: 0" Max: 40"
72 hrs: 0" Season Total: 235"
Primary: Spring Conditions
Secondary: Spring Conditions

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