Fall Flip

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Thank you to the entire Sugarbush community for a great weekend of peak foliage, friendly adventures, celebrity celebrations and hearty harvest feasts. Hearing the old stories from some of the original folks who helped get the mountain rolling back in the day was a real highlight. 

Mike Murphy, Sparky Potter and Chan Weller graciously shared memories and stories. John Egan, Kelli Murphy Wood and Casey Murphy also contributed.

Carving pumpkins and making smiles. 

Bragg Hill beauty this week.  

Always nice to meet new friends who have been here for a long time.

Super Bravo is done for the season, but will be returning to action in about a month or so. 

Hello Julie, Jeff and Jack!

An all star guest service crew.

Hello from Castlerock Pub!

Mill master Mark mashing some very fresh cider.

The man behind the food.

Cross Rd view of the top of North Lynx and Dana/Tucker Hills.  

After a brief return to summer, we're fast flipping over to wintery conditions. Highs next week will be in the 40s in the valley, 30s on the summits. Forecasts suggest our first flakes might float Saturday morning or Monday night, although moisture doesn't appear abundant enough for accumulations. The mountain often makes it own weather though, so stay tuned for upslope updates

A little dip into the archives to keep our 60th Anniversary party going.

Snowmaking is scheduled to start on November 1st.  

Leafy love.

Fall flying on Evolution in Camel's Hump State Forest. Help build Evolution II this Sunday from 10 - 2PM.

Lots of foxes this year, keep an eye out.

Outdoor fun should be good to excellent this weekend, with lots of foliage still left and delightfully cool temperatures. Seize some autumnal adventures before stick season and winter arrive.

John Atkinson
Chairman, Sugarbush Stoke Exchange