More Vermont ski resorts to open

Wednesday, November 23, 2011 at 09:19 AM

This Thanksgiving we're thankful for some fresh snow falling in Vermont! Some higher elevations and ski areas are reporting 6 to 10 inches of new snow so far this morning. The amount depends on location. A wide central swath of the state seems to have picked up a good snowfall.Snowing at Sugarbush ski resort, Vermont

This morning a few more ski resorts announced their plans to open. So here's a recap of where you can ski in Vermont (these have been announced as of 9 a.m. this morning).

  • Killington (has been open)
  • Stowe (opened today, Wednesday)
  • Okemo (opening Thursday)
  • Sugarbush (opening Thursday)
  • Jay Peak (opening Friday)

Keep in mind that the ski areas are offering limited terrain that's best for advanced skiers. Beginners and early-intermediates may not find trails to ski! Go to our Vermont ski areas page and click on the links to the snow reports to see what's open.

Photo: A snowy snapshot from the Sugarbush ski resort webcam this morning shortly after 9 a.m.


Filed in: Alpine / downhill skiing, Fall & Early season, Jay Peak, Killington, Okemo, Stowe, Sugarbush

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