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Winding down to the end of the 2021 - 2022 ski season

Photo of a rather snowy Mt. Mansfield as seen from the dry Stowe Recreation Path

Biking in Stowe, Vermont, on April 23, 2022.

Photo of a dirt road with a snowy ski trail in the distance

No mud on this dirt road in Stowe, with a view of Chin Clip.

Photo looking down a snowy ski slope atop Mt. Ellen looking at mountain view

A scenic shot from earning some turns earlier in the month on Mt. Ellen. April 3, 2022.

Photo of skis following a skin track up a ski slope

Following the skin track on April 3.

It's Monday, April 25, 2022. Let's take a look at which ski resorts are still open in Vermont!

  • Killington
  • Jay Peak — closed for the midweek — will open for April 30 and May 1 and possibly the following weekend
  • Sugarbush — closed for the midweek — will open for a final weekend on April 30 and May 1

With some recent high-altitude snow, Vermont's highest peaks still have some snow. But the lower parts of the ski runs are melting out, as are the natural snow trails.

I decided to make the switch to biking on dirt roads. I need to get ready for mountain biking season! Luckily the roads I was on in Stowe were not muddy. Maybe mud season is passed now? We can only hope!

Early-bird season pass sales are moving along, as well as some resort announcements. Notably, Stowe Mountain Resort will start charging for parking next season on Fridays through Sundays and during holiday weeks. They got an earful on Facebook for that. Vail Resorts has been rolling out paid parking at other ski resorts because they sell so many season passes that on and off-mountain traffic and parking create big problems for ski towns and visitors alike. (It also doesn't help that a few years back they built high-end condos on top of the large Spruce Peak parking lot.) I guess we'll see how all these things sugar out!

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Photo of a rather snowy Mt. Mansfield as seen from the dry Stowe Recreation Path

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Photo of a rather snowy Mt. Mansfield as seen from the dry Stowe Recreation Path

Winding down to the end of the 2021 - 2022 ski season

Posted 4/25/22

It's Monday, April 25, 2022. Let's take a look at which ski resorts are still open in Vermont! Killington Jay Peak — closed for the midweek — will open for April 30 and May 1 and possibly the…

Photo of poles and skis with 3-pin bindings in shallow spring snow

Springy snow and the end of the ski season for some ski areas

Posted 3/31/22

Update on 4/6/2022 Closed ski areas in Vermont now include: Bolton Valley (they may try to re-open for one more weekend) Bromley Mountain Cochran's Ski Area Mad River Glen Magic Mountain Midd…

Photo of a wide, empty ski trail with fresh snow and birch trees

Hitting the slopes for another shot of winter!

Posted 3/28/22

It was getting depressing to see our lovely snow melt away. But then winter came back for a visit! Higher elevations in the Green Mountains got snow this weekend, so I had to go and investigate. I…