Seasonal Programs Bulletin

Stay current on all seasonal programs communications from Mark Woolley, our Seasonal Programs Supervisor.

Greetings Blazer Community,

We hope everyone is making the most of summer. At Sugarbush, we are already hard at work starting to plan what our winter season will look like and what types of operational and program changes we may need to incorporate. That includes our Ski & Ride School Seasonal Programs, which typically open up around this time for registration.

While we are not quite ready to share what changes might look like and how they will affect our Seasonal Programs, we want you to know that we are working through a number of scenarios to see what we can offer. A lot of this will depend on how things stand in a month or two, but we are going to try our best to provide what we hope will be a setting in which our guests can enjoy our programs in the proper environment.

So hang tight, and know that we are giving this a lot of thought. We hope to have more information for you in the coming weeks and expect to touch base again in the fall. Until then, stay well, and we look forward to welcoming you back this winter.

Thank you and be safe!
Sugarbush Resort

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