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Which Vermont ski resorts remain open in April 2015?

Posted Tuesday, April 7, 2015
— Alpine / downhill skiing, Jay Peak, Killington, Mad River Glen, Mount Snow, Okemo, Smugglers' Notch, Stratton, Sugarbush, Spring skiing, Stowe
Skiing at Bolton Valley on April 1, 2015

Skiing at Bolton Valley on April 1, 2015.


If you haven't noticed, Old Man Winter didn't seem to want to let go of his hold on the Green Mountain State. We've been doing a whole bunch of skiing in Vermont.

Skiing at Bolton Valley on April 1, 2015

As of APRIL 29, 2015, here's the list of which Vermont alpine ski resorts are still open and which resorts have closed for the season.

Vermont Ski Resorts That Are Still Open 

  • Jay Peak plans to re-open for May 2 & 3. May 3 may or may not be the final day of the season.
  • Killington is open daily. Moves to Friday - Sunday operations starting May 3.
  • Sugarbush plans to re-open for May 2 & 3. May 3 will be the final day of the season.

All dates are weather permitting! Be sure to check for special springtime operating days and hours! Follow the links to your favorite resorts on our <link internal-link internal link in current>Vermont ski resorts page.

Now Closed for the Season 

  • Bolton Valley
  • Bromley 
  • Burke Mountain
  • Cochran's Ski Area
  • Mad River Glen
  • Magic Mountain
  • Middlebury Snow Bowl
  • Mount Snow
  • Northeast Slopes
  • Okemo
  • Pico Mountain
  • Quechee Ski Area
  • Smugglers' Notch
  • Stowe
  • Stratton
  • Suicide Six

 Photo: Skiing at Bolton Valley on April 1, 2015.

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