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The end is nigh: 2018 closing dates for Vermont ski resorts

Posted Saturday, April 14, 2018
— Alpine / downhill skiing, Burke, Jay Peak, Killington, Mount Snow, Okemo, Smugglers' Notch, Stowe, Stratton, Sugarbush

Skiing at Bolton Valley on April 11, 2018.

We've had quite a run this ski season! Some Vermont ski resorts have stopped their lifts already, while others are still chugging along with quite a bit of terrain open.

Vermont ski resorts closing dates 2018 as of 4/29/2018 

Sugarbush Resort – open April 28-29 and May 5-6

Jay Peak – daily through May 6

Killington Resort – daily through May 6, then reopening on weekends (Fri-Sun) until snow's gone

Mount Snow – closed April 22

Okemo Mountain – closed April 22 

Bolton Valley – closed April 14

Burke Mountain – closed April 15

Smugglers’ Notch – closed April 15

Stowe Mountain – closed April 15

Stratton Mountain – closed April 15

Magic Mountain – closed

Pico Mountain – closed

Mad River Glen – closed

Bromley Mountain – closed

Suicide Six – closed

Middlebury Snow Bowl – closed

Quechee – closed

Cochran’s – closed

Northeast Slopes – closed

See our Vermont ski resorts page for direct links to these <link internal-link internal link in current>Vermont ski resorts. Be sure to check on operating schedules and conditions before you go!

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