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With that crazy October snowstorm, Mother Nature allowed Killington to get a jump-start to the ski season. The resort continues to offer skiing daily as weather and conditions allow.
Meanwhile, other Vermont ski resorts are pulling out their snowmaking guns and fans and preparing the lifts and base lodges for skiers and riders later in November and December.
Ski Vermont recently reported these tentative opening dates:
October 29: Killington opened for the season and Mount Snow opened a lift-served jib park for the weekend
November 19: Mount Snow, Okemo Mountain Resort, Stowe Mountain Resort, Sugarbush Resort are expecting to open for the season
Nov. 23: Stratton Mountain Resort expecting to open
Nov. 25: Bromley Mountain Resort, Jay Peak Resort, Smugglers’ Notch Resort expecting to open
December 10: Bolton Valley Resort, Burke Mountain Resort, Middlebury Snow Bowl expecting to open
Dec. 16: Pico Mountain, Suicide Six Ski Area expecting to open
Dec. 17: Magic Mountain expecting to open
To see what's actually going on at each ski area, <link internal-link>check our Vermont Ski Resorts page for direct links to ski resort snow conditions pages.
Think snow, or at least cold thoughts!
Photo: Riding in a bit of fresh powder last season at Bolton Valley ski resort, Vermont.