Sugarbush Resort celebrates 300-inch season, extending season through Easter Sunday
SUGARBUSH, VT. April 13th, 2011 - Thanks to a 300-inch snowfall year, Sugarbush will remain open through Easter Sunday on April 24, 2011 … at least. To celebrate the long spring season, Sugarbush is announcing deep lift ticket and lodging discounts, including free skiing and riding for the rest of the spring for purchasers of 2011-2012 season passes. 'We're feeling the positive aftershocks of the third snowiest winter on record here in Vermont,' said Sugarbush president and owner Win Smith. 'The mountain still has a superb amount of snow, and with warmer weather here it's just a fabulous, fun time to be on the hill.' The special spring deals at Sugarbush include:
- Free skiing or riding for the rest of the 2011 spring, for those who buy a 2011-2012 season pass (All Mountain 7, Mount Ellen Plus, Fancy Pass, or College Pass)
- $48 per person, per night, spring vacation lodging packages at the luxurious Clay Brook slopeside hotel.
- $199 Spring Passes that are good for the remainder of the 2010-2011 season.
Sugarbush's Lincoln Peak is 100% open, with 72 trails of skiing and riding, including daily grooming on select trails. For details on any of the discounts or for up-to-date ski reports, log on to www.sugarbush.com or call (802) 583-6300.