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Making the Most of Presidents' Week

Happy holidays! If you're joining us for Presidents' Week, you're in for a treat. We've received 17" of new snow this week, with potential snow showers over the next several days...

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Combating Climate Change’s Volatility

The recent Polar Vortex followed by this week’s warmup has me thinking about volatility. These weather patterns are a good example of what we can probably expect as the effects of climate change grow. More extreme storms, more powerful warmups, and plenty of wind are some of the examples...

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Fun is on the way for the Holiday

Sugarbush friends and family, we have had such an exciting season on snow this year and the best is yet to come! MLK is going to be a fun packed weekend that everyone will be sure to love...

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The Stories We Create are Better Than Resolutions

As we head into the New Year I’m sure many of you are setting new resolutions and looking back on old ones. Every year I seem to make resolutions that are half-fulfilled, but when I reflect back on the year it’s often the great stories I create that stick with me...

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Abiding by our Uphill Travel Policy

As you know we encourage off-hour skinning at both Lincoln Peak and Mt. Ellen. We have a policy on the website and designated routes and hours. Unfortunately, we have recently had numerous people, especially at Mt. Ellen, not following this policy: skinning up and skiing down routes they should not be...

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We're Chock Full of Holiday Events

Sugarbush friends and family, we have had an incredible start to our holiday events season! Thank you to everyone who came out to show their holiday spirit at the Ugly Sweater Party and Gingerbread Workshop, you made those events the best they have ever been!

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How to Make the Most of Your Sugarbush Holiday

Happy holidays! If you’re joining us through the next week, you’re in for a treat. The snowmakers and groomers have done a great job getting the mountain back in shape. Add that to the fact that our events team has over 40 events through the holidays, and you’ve picked an awesome time to join us...

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Welcome to the new SugarBlog Brief - Here's what to expect...

Over the past few months, we’ve been working on a new way to help share some of our awesome content with you. We’re pretty excited about this new format, so let’s dig into what it means...

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Heading into Winter at the SHaRC

We are still two weeks away from the official start of winter – and we are already seeing mid-winter conditions on the mountain. If you are looking to get out of the cold – we are ready for you here at the SHaRC!

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Mountain Views: Being Thankful

I’m feeling thankful. Of course, we’ve had two feet of snow fall this week, so maybe it’s easy to say that, but there are a number of reasons we should all be feeling thankful heading into the holiday season (and it’s not all snow-based)...

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Mountain Views: Prepping for Winter

Win’s right: November is a tough month here in the ski industry. The weather’s up and down, we’re usually slammed with getting ready for the season, and many of us are on the road for ski shows and the Warren Miller Tour...

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Mountain Views: Community Weekend

It’s October at Sugarbush and that means it’s time for Community Weekend. It’s looking like we may be hitting peak foliage at just the right time, which should make scenic lift rides, the dog-friendly foliage hike (guided by me and my dog Scout), and any other outdoor activities all the better...

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Finding the Foliage

With season passes back on sale through September 12th, we’re officially in the transition to winter. Don’t believe me? Nature’s biggest seasonal transition, foliage, has even started around the Valley. Plus, two months from today, weather permitting, we’ll start blowing snow...

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Mountain Views - Culinary Independence

The theme for the Warren 4th of July Parade is "Happy birthday to U.S. ". It's an easy theme for us to work with as we build our float considering we're heading into our 60th anniversary year at the resort. What started as an independent resort back in the 1950s has returned to independence under Win...

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Mountain Views - Water Water Everywhere

With the recent near-drought for most of July, followed by last week’s much needed rainfall, I’ve been thinking a lot about the importance of water in the Mad River Valley. I mean just look at the name: Mad River...

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Mountain Views - Let's Call it Summer

Though technically the summer solstice this year isn't until June 21st, I feel like most people consider Memorial Day Weekend to be the unofficial start of summer. I personally consider summer to start when the pool at my condo association gets warm enough to dive into...

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Mountain Views: Fact, April is the Best Ski Month

I have a skiing secret: I think April is the best ski month of the year. Some people say you rough the cold all year to be able to enjoy skiing in April. Maybe I'm risking giving away my secret, but skiing this month is truly unlike any other...

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