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Vermont ski resorts open for 2021 - 2022 ski season with snow in forecast

Posted Friday, November 26, 2021
— Alpine / downhill skiing, Fall & early season, Bolton Valley, Bromley, Burke, Jay Peak, Killington, Mad River Glen, Magic, Mount Snow, Okemo, Pico, Smugglers' Notch, Stowe, Stratton, Sugarbush
Photo of chairlift ascending a snowy Vermont mountain with small, sunlit snowflakes
Updated 11/30/21

While Killington has been open for some time, other Vermont ski resorts are now opening with the added benefit of late-November snow!

When do Vermont ski resorts open for 2021 - 2022?

Open now

(Some resorts may close on midweek days during the early season — check before you go!)

Killington Resort — Nov. 5 for passholders; Nov. 6 for general public

Sugarbush Resort — November 24

Stowe Mountain Resort — November 26

Mount Snow  — November 26

Okemo Mountain — November 26

Jay Peak — Nov. 26 for passholders; Nov. 27 for general public

Stratton  — November 27

Bromley — November 27

Planned opening dates

(Check the ski area websites before you go!)

Smugglers' Notch — December 2

Bolton Valley — December 4

Mad River Glen — December 11

Burke Mountain — December 11

Pico Mountain  — December 12

Magic Mountain — December 18

Quechee Club — December 18

See our Vermont Ski Resorts page for direct links to resort ski condition reports. Also check resort websites for any COVID-19 protocols before you hit the slopes!

Late-November 2021 Snow

The National Weather Service in Burlington, Vermont, says the entire state will see snow on November 26 - 27. Higher amounts in the mountains, of course!

See the snow forecast.

See our Snow Reports page.

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