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Stratton and Sugarbush join the list of Vermont ski resorts to close immediately due to coronavirus worries

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On Saturday evening, after Vail Resorts' announcement, Alterra Mountain Company said it will stop spinning the lifts at their many properties. Starting immediately, Stratton and Sugarbush ski resorts in Vermont will be closed until further notice.

These Vermont ski areas join others in closing due the the coronavirus threat.

All of Vail Resorts' North American ski resorts will close from March 15 - 22. This includes Stowe, Okemo and Mount Snow in Vermont.

Jay Peak and Burke Mountain closed for the season Saturday afternoon.

Middlebury Snow Bowl will close for the season on Sunday afternoon, March 15.

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