Sugarbush has it all this Spring with Full Calendar of Events and Over 3 Feet of Recent Snow
Warren, VT (March 21, 2017) – The fun is just beginning at Sugarbush this spring after Winter Storm Stella dropped over three feet of snow on the resort. Sugarbush has packed their spring calendar full of events for the whole family, with major events happening almost every weekend.
This Saturday, March 25th and Sunday, March 26th is Island Weekend at the resort. Spring fever takes over Sugarbush with reggae music, island cuisine, drink specials and beach themed activities. Depending on the weather, Walt’s at the Glen House will host an Island in the Sky Luau on Saturday with live music and a pig roast.
Next weekend marks Mt. Ellen’s last of the season and with it the Gelandesprung long-jump contest and Mt. Ellen Closing Party on Saturday, April 1st. Competitors can sign up for free with prizes given out to the longest jump in kids and adults categories and best retro style. John Egan’s Hall of Fame Send Off Party is also on Saturday, as Sugarbush kicks off Hall of Fame Induction Week with a celebration of the Warren Miller star. An après event with live music, beer specials, free pizza, movies and more will take place at Lincoln Peak. Egan will be inducted into the Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame on April 8th in Stowe.
Pond Skimming returns at the bottom of Spring Fling on Saturday, April 8th. The first 110 people to show up will receive entry with awards for best costume, style, and splash. For those who don’t sign up, the event is one of the biggest spectator sports of the season.
Sunday, April 16th is Easter at Sugarbush with an Easter Sunrise Service at Allyn’s Lodge and an Easter Egg Hunt for kids throughout the base areas and on the mountain at both Lincoln Peak and Mt. Ellen. There will also be an Easter Brunch in Timbers Restaurant.
Finally, on Saturday, April 22nd Stein’s Challenge returns for its second season. Competitors have four hours to complete as many laps as they can on Stein’s Run via the Valley House Quad. Spectators can also enjoy the show while sipping cold beer and eating hot pizza at the base of Stein’s Run.
All of these events and more can be enjoyed even if you purchase a season pass for next season. Skiers and riders who purchase 2017/18 Season Passes can ski the rest of this season free. Spring Passes are also on sale for just $199, which allow for skiing and riding the rest of this season. Sugarbush has closed the first weekend of May the last four years, and could be on track for a similar closing date again this year.
For more information on Season Passes, Spring Passes, and spring events visit www.sugarbush.com.