Seasonal Programs Bulletin

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

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

Jan 16, 2020 

Greetings Blazer Community!

Wow! What a difference 6” of snow makes to the surface. After last weekend’s wind, rain, and 50 degree temps we have been in need of something from mother-nature. Snow guns are cranking with very cold temps for tonight and Friday. Some natural snow trails have reopened. We are expecting several more inches Thursday afternoon into Thursday night.  We are expecting snow on Saturday afternoon as well.

This is a holiday weekend. We are expecting large crowds on Saturday and Sunday. Expect slow traffic into the resort. If you are driving in the morning, consider avoiding The Access Rd. by using West Hill Rd. to Inferno Rd. Leave earlier than normal.

The traffic on the slopes will be a challenge as well. Please keep your awareness up while you are out there this weekend.

Message from the Ski and Ride Director:


Looking for some fun and camaraderie?

Looking to gain confidence?

Looking to meet other women to ski with?

Not a Spa Lady?

When your kids go off to ski school do you wish you could do the same?

Is skiing something you plan on doing with your family for a lifetime?

Treat yourself to Sugarbush’s new Saturday morning woman’s ski program. Join us to improve your skills in an easy relaxed environment. Meet new friends. Explore new or familiar terrain with an experienced Sugarbush woman instructor!

All levels welcome.

You owe it to yourself!                                                                                    



Terrence Barbour

Ski & Ride School Director

Adventure Blazers: Meet at 9:15 against the Stone Wall behind Gatehouse Lodge.  Group numbers are on the wooden fence on top of the wall. Pick up is at 2:55 pm. Mark Woolley can be found there at these times.

Mini Blazers: Meet at 9:15 on snow against the gable end of Gatehouse lodge. Group #s are on the coach’s helmets. Ann Boxler can be found there at these times.

Please have your child dressed for the elements. Quality gloves and goggles are a must. Helmets are warm and I am unaware of any blazer kid not wearing one at this point. Proper fitting boots will help your child through the learning process. Boots to large are like a sloppy steering system to the wheels. If you have any questions about fit, please contact me.


Mark Woolley

Seasonal Programs Supervisor

802 583 6374 cell # 802 793 7240

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