Thursday, May 2, 2019
Written by John Atkinson
With more spring snow recently and a final funtastic Sugarbush 60th Anniversary Celebration, join us for a multi-sport May S'Ender weekend. Even if Mother Nature is still confused about the seasons, this historic winter is about to end. Mostly. Skinning/ hiking season has a few more weeks of turns left too.
Spring in the Mad River Valley is a season of contrasts.
Some usual suspects trading turns on Lower Organgrinder last weekend.
Another usual suspect. We got him out of the woods for run.
Moooontain biking is utterly oxen.
Sunday is also the Mad River Riders' Cranko De Mayo Gravel Grind, sponsored by Sugarbush and Lawson's Finest Liquids.
Trail work days started last weekend at Blueberry Lake. The Riders will be working on Swell Hill Friday evening.
Hanging with the Waitsfield School mountain bike group yesterday.
Help s'end the season out in style!
We started this winter on a November powder day, enjoyed lots of sweet runs every month since then and it's finally time to let the lift-served season go. As we say goodbye though, remember that the fun never stops at Sugarbush, it just changes gear.
Chairman, Sugarbush Stoke Exchange