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When do Vermont ski resorts open for 2017 - 2018?

Posted Sunday, November 12, 2017
— Fall & early season, Alpine / downhill skiing, Killington, Mount Snow, Okemo, Stowe, Sugarbush, Stratton, Bromley, Jay Peak
First chair for 2017 - 2018 ski season at Mount Snow, Vermont

First chair for 2017 - 2018 ski season at Mount Snow, Vermont. Photo courtesy of Mount Snow.

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Important: Check <link https: www.skimaven.com vermontskiresorts _top external-link-new-window external link in new>resort snow report pages for the very latest on their opening dates and conditions. Know before you go!

These projected opening dates depend on Mother Nature's cooperation.

Vermont ski resort planned opening dates 2017 - 2018
as of 12/24/17

  • Killington / Opened on November 9
  • Mount Snow / Opened on November 11
  • Okemo / Opened on November 11
  • Sugarbush / Opened on November 17
  • Stowe / Opened on November 17
  • Jay Peak / Opened on November 18
  • Stratton / Opened on November 22
  • Bromley / Opened on November 24
  • Smugglers’ Notch / Opened on November 24
  • Burke Mountain / Opened on December 2
  • Bolton Valley / Opened on December 8
  • Ascutney Trails rope tow / Opened on December 15
  • Mad River Glen / Opened on December 15
  • Middlebury Snow Bowl / Opened on December 15
  • Pico Mountain / Opened on December 15
  • Cochran’s Ski Area / Opened on December 16
  • Magic Mountain / Opened on December 16
  • Suicide Six / Opened on December 18
  • Quechee / Opened on December 22
  • Northeast Slopes / Opens December 26

Cross-country ski areas are also opening! Check your favorites on our <link internal-link internal link in current>Nordic ski area page.

FYI: Thanksgiving Day is November 23.

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