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Die-hard skiers still getting some turns

Posted Thursday, April 5, 2012
— Spring skiing, Alpine / downhill skiing

For the extreme die-hards out there: Killington and Jay Peak are still open. Sugarbush has been closed during this midweek and they said: “We will open for certain this Saturday with skiing and riding on Stein’s off the Valley House chair on Saturday from 10am to 5pm. We will assess midday to see if the snow is holding up so we can also open on Sunday.”

A couple of resorts are offering Easter sunrise services. They include Killington and Stowe, even though Stowe is closed for skiing.

Happy Easter, happy spring!

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