Sugarbush's Daily Snow Report

Lincoln peak closed to Downhill Mountain Biking Friday July 31st from 10am-6pm for Concrete Hauling for VH lift Project

Today's Snow Report

May 28th, 2015
10:00 AM

Thank you all for an incredible end to an even more incredible season! We finished the 2014/15 winter season with 249" of snow spread across 158 days of skiing and riding. 

The snow is finally almost all gone and summer fun is ramping up fast. The Sugarbush Golf Club is open seven days a week and moving to shoulder season rates this weekend. The course is in great condition and covered in fresh spring colors. 

Tennis at the SHARC is in full swing and the outdoor courts are open. Visit the SHARC events calendar for all the ongoing classes to get you ready for summer fun. 

Summer mountain activities open on June 27th, with bikinghikinglift ridesdisc golfzip linesadventure camps and more. Check out the Summer Activities Report for the latest information.

The Mad River Riders and Mad River Path trails are in great shape and free to use. Please join and support these awesome organizations!

For details on everything Sugarbush, visit Sugarbush.com, keep in touch on our Facebook page, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram.  

Be Better Here. See you on the mountain.

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Live Mountain Stats

Lincoln Peak Temps Mt. Ellen Temps
Base: 63 °F Base: 72 °F
Mid: 59 °F Mid: 59 °F
Summit: 57 °F Summit: 57 °F
Lift & Trail Report
Trails Open: 0 /111 Grooming: 0%
Lifts Open: 1 /16 Snowmaking: No
Terrain Park: Closed
New Snow Base
24 hrs: 0" Min: 12"
48 hrs: 0" Max: 46"
72 hrs: 0" Season Total: 249"
Primary: Spring Conditions
Secondary: Spring Conditions

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