Sugarbush Spring Event Lineup Brings Fun for Whole Family


Warren, VT (March 13, 2018) – The fun is just beginning at Sugarbush this spring after two feet and counting of snow has revitalized conditions at 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 17th is the Sugaring Time Festival, coinciding with the launch of 2018-19 season passes. The spring celebration will include maple themed activities like a maple nip scavenger hunt and maple themed dining specials. In addition, both Castlerock Pub at Lincoln Peak and Green Mountain Lounge at Mt. Ellen will be hosting St. Patrick’s Day parties with beer and food specials and live music. Sugarbush will also be teaming up with Ski Vermont for Vermont Specialty Food Day with tastings from a variety of Vermont food producers.

The weekend of Saturday, March 24th and Sunday, March 25th is Island Weekend at the resort. Spring fever takes over Sugarbush with a hula hoop contest, beach volleyball tournament, reggae music, and island themed food and drink specials. Walt’s at the Glen House will host an Island in the Sky Luau on Saturday with a Hawaiian themed party until 8:00 PM. A guided skin up to Walt’s leaves the base area at 4 PM.

The following weekend marks Mt. Ellen’s last of the season and with it the Mt. Ellen End of Season Celebration. Guests can enjoy a terrain park feature session, retro long jump competition, and live outdoor DJ along with live music in the Green Mountain Lounge.

Sunday, April 1st 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 Rumble’s Kitchen.

In addition to these weekend celebrations, a number of fun spring competitions are on the calendar including SideSurfers Banked Slalom, Chez Henri Cup, Pond Skimming and Stein’s Challenge.

All of these events and more can be enjoyed even if you purchase a season pass for next season. Skiers and riders who purchase 2018-19 season passes, which go on sale this weekend, can ski the rest of this season free. Spring Passes will also be 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 may be on track for a similar closing date again this year.

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