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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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I'll admit I'm a little behind Win on my ski days. I got distracted enjoying the Olympics too much and what a wild few Olympic weeks! My curling knowledge has increased exponentially, especially considering the U.S. snagged a gold medal in the team event. But as the Olympics fade from memory and the Paralympics begin, I'm reminded of all the great adaptive sports partners that we work with here at Sugarbush, all of whom will be quite active this month.

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Mountain Views: Olympians Among Us

I absolutely love the Olympics - both winter and summer - though winter may be my favorite. I was on my honeymoon in Bora Bora during the past summer Olympics...

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Mountain Views: Resolutions

Happy New Year to all! As we all remain bundled up against this cold front, let's appreciate what great shape the mountain is in as we cross into 2018. We're 100% open across both mountains and will have a chance to get the Slide Brook Express operating once the mercury rises...

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All the New this Winter

Having a great winter is an incredible thing during the winter, but perhaps an almost better benefit of a great winter is the ability to reinvest our success into the next season...

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What’s New in 2017

As a resort we continue to look for ways to improve the guest experience. Here’s what’s new at Sugarbush for the 2018/19 winter season.

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Mountain Views - Our Artistic Celebration

The Mad River Valley is a pretty eclectic area. It's likely part of the reason you call this place your home, your second home, or your favorite vacation spot. There's really no better time to witness the mix of working farmers, artists, and athletes than the month of August...

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Mountain Views - Proudly Independent

When you stop and think about it, independence is a theme that makes a lot of sense not just for Sugarbush, but the Mad River Valley as well. With the changing ski industry landscape, as well as a more general changing landscape across the nation where chain stores and restaurants are gobbling up locally owned businesses, the idea of celebrating our independence is that much more important...

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Mountain Views - Adventures Ahead

A snowy winter it was, indeed! 363 inches is serious snowfall, despite the seemingly constant rollercoaster of freeze-thaw cycles. The snowfall, which helped us stay open for 154 days this season, contributed to some of the deepest powder runs in years.

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Mountain Views - Sugarbush Personalities

A poignant closure for many of us in the Sugarbush community was the loss of Rumble, our mascot for the last almost nine years. He represented the resort in many ways, from his portrait inhabiting the Castlerock Pub sign (thank you, Sparky Potter), to being named after one of the most technical trails on the East Coast...

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Mountain Views - Spring Surprises

Now that we've finally made it out of the plethora of Presidents' Week events and activities, we can turn our attention forward on all of our major spring events. Most of our spring events are annual mainstays with plenty of history behind them...

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