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Dining Al Fresco

Ah, the warm months. Best for swimming, hiking, biking, farmers markets, and weddings. Oh, and my favorite activity: dining al fresco. That’s basically Italian for “in the cool (air)”...

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9th Annual Brew-Grass Festival

Temperatures are on the rise and clouds are beginning to subside, just in time Sugarbush’s 9th Annual Brew-Grass Festival this weekend! Right now forecasts are calling for sunny skies and temps in the low 70s...

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Spring Greening

As we bid our very busy 2018-19 winter adieu and look forward to mountain biking, hiking, fishing, boating, swimming, gardening, and other summer pursuits, we turn our attention to our annual spring clean-up activities while we patiently wait for temps to rise, trails to dry and waters to warm. One of these annual spring clean-up activities is Green Up Vermont, which has been a Vermont tradition since 1970 when Governor Deane Davis launched the statewide initiative...

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We Saw 6" of Fresh Snow...In Mid-May!

Believe it or not, it typically doesn't snow much in May here at Sugarbush. But this week Mother Nature gifted us with a little surprise. I guess realized we were getting sick of 40 degrees and raining for the two weeks...

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Reflecting on a Great Winter

We made it! This weekend marks the final two days of skiing and riding for the 2018/19 winter season. When it’s all said and done, we’ll have been open for 166 days, four days longer than last season and easily one of the longest in the country...

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Welcome to the 2019 Golf Season

Spring can be a bittersweet time of year for the Sugarbush faithful.  While it marks the end of ski season, (this season being a particularly fabulous one), it also marks the beginning of the season at the Sugarbush Resort Golf Club...

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Setting Goals for Your Golf Game

Whether its hockey, soccer, or life, goals are what we should strive to achieve. I think a great way to start the 2019 golf season is to sit down, relax, and think about goals for the summer. The goals don’t have to be many in numbers or exact.

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Wall of Fame Inductee Videos

First off, I just want to say thank you to everyone who came out to support celebrate our inductees for Wall of Fame Weekend. What an incredible turnout at both the storytelling event on Friday and the ceremony on Saturday...

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Sugarbush Bracketology

No two days of skiing or riding are ever the same, and there is an infinite number of ways to enjoy exploring Sugarbush. Some like to stick to groomed terrain, others you can only find on bumps or in the woods. Maybe you prefer warm spring skiing and sunny skies vs low visibility in a snowstorm. We all know an apres-ski hero who lives for the last run of the day and a cold pint at Walt’s… at 11am...

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Welcome Inaugural Class to the Sugarbush Wall of Fame

Ah, April – a month full of sunny days, soft snow, quieter slopes, outdoor après, and now our first ever Wall of Fame Celebration. We’ve been talking about this weekend and our inaugural Wall of Fame class a bit here and there, but I wanted to really break down the events lined up for this weekend, as well as shed some background on each of our inductees...

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SnoCountry Snapshot with Halley O'Brien

A few weeks back we were lucky to host Halley O'Brien from SnoCountry for a day to showcase all that Sugarbush has to offer for the rest of the season.

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Picking the Best Season Pass For You

2019/20 Sugarbush Season Passes are officially on sale. But so are both Mountain Collective and Ikon Passes. With so many great options to ski Sugarbush, I thought I’d take some time to break down each of the passes to help ensure you find the best possible fit. If at the end of this blog you’re still confused and uncertain, go ahead and shoot me an email at jbleh@sugarbush.com – we’ll get you straightened out...

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The SEW Committee: Who We Are and What We Do

The Sugarbush SEW Committee (Safety, Environment, and Wellness) was created in 2014 in order to ensure employee involvement, ownership and participation in the process of achieving SEW excellence.

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March Madness is Back!

No I'm not referring to the basketball tournament; I'm talking about the wacky, wild, hilarious series of events that Sugarbush used to host every spring. As part of our 60th Anniversary celebration, we've brought back a number of historic events from the early days of Sugarbush...

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We're Hosting Sloshwicking This Saturday. What in the World is Sloshwicking?

Here at Sugarbush we pioneered an event called Sloshwicking back in 1971. Sloshwicking is a race to the finish in a figure eight style course up and down a trail where contestants have one ski, one snowshoe and a broom in their hands...

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The 9th Annual Dog Parade and Canine Couture Contest

Sugarbush has always been a place people and dogs alike have loved; the canine companion is always welcome here at Sugarbush, especially this Saturday, February 23rd. On Saturday at 3:00 PM we have one of our most popular events of the season, the 9th Annual Dog Parade and Canine Couture Contest...

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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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