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2017 Snowmaking Season Underway
2017 Snowmaking Season Underway
Tuesday, October 17, 2017,
Killington started snowmaking last night.
Ascutney Accelerates T-Bar Proposal
Ascutney Accelerates T-Bar Proposal
Friday, October 13, 2017,
Fundraising is underway to install a 2,500 foot lift.
Kelly Pawlak Departing Mount Snow to Become NSAA President
Kelly Pawlak Departing Mount Snow to Become NSAA President
Wednesday, October 11, 2017,
Director of Resort Services Erik Barnes has been promoted to General Manager.
Lift Construction Continues as October Arrives
Lift Construction Continues as October Arrives
Sunday, October 1, 2017,
Lifts are being installed in three states.
Trail Clearing Set to Begin at Dutch Hill Ski Area
Trail Clearing Set to Begin at Dutch Hill Ski Area
Wednesday, September 27, 2017,
A volunteer day is scheduled to start reclamation of the defunct Southern Vermont ski area.

Older Headlines
  • Mount Snow Snowmaking, Trail, and Lodge Construction Continues
  • Vail Proposes Additional Parking Expansion at Stowe
  • Construction Ramps Up as Ski Season Nears
  • SEC Reaches Partial Agreement with Quiros in Jay Peak EB-5 Case
  • New England Lift Construction Projects in Various Stages
  • Lift Construction Projects Continue Across New England
  • EB-5 Funded Projects Gearing Up at Mount Snow
  • Vail Completes Stowe Transaction, Plans Parking Expansion
  • Lift Construction Ramping Up Across New England
  • 2016-2017 Ski Season to End on June 1
  • Bill Stenger Under Fire for Role in Burke T-Bar Project
  • Weekend Skiing Expected in Three States
  • Weekend Skiing Expected in Three States
  • Doppelmayr to Install New Sugarbush Chairlifts
  • Bill Stenger Coordinating New Burke T-Bar Project
  • Dutch Hill Backcountry Ski Area Development Moving Forward
  • Bolton Valley Sold to Founders
  • Receiver Announces $150 Million Settlement for Jay Peak and Burke
  • Stratton Sold to Owners of Aspen, Squaw Valley
  • Lift Construction Projects Already Underway
  • Killington to Install New Quad in 2018
  • Magic Mountain to Install Double Chairlift for 2017-18 Season
  • Rumors Continue to Swirl Around Stratton
  • Sugarbush to Install Two New Quad Chairlifts
  • March Snowmaking Planned Across New England
  • Vail Resorts Announces Purchase of Stowe
  • Black Chair at Magic Mountain Set to Reopen After Multi-Year Closure
  • Vail-Stowe Rumors Continue to Fly
  • Vermont Lift Ticket Prices Up 3%
  • Killington Employee Dies Following Accident
  • Ascutney Outdoors Purchases Former Lodge
  • Government Approves Peak Resorts I-526 Petition, Unlocking Escrow Account
  • 2016 Lift Install Season Tied for Worst in History
  • Peak Resorts Quarterly Report Reveals Growing Losses, Debt
  • 20 Ski Areas Open in Four States
  • Jury Awards Hiker $750,000 After Being Stranded on Killington Gondola
  • Lift Installation Projects Continue as December Approaches
  • 18 Ski Areas Open in Four States Starting on Friday
  • Magic Mountain Sale Complete
  • Ski Season Kicks Off Across Northern New England
  • Ski Areas
    Ascutney Mountain
    Bellows Falls Ski Tow
    Bolton Valley
    Bromley Mountain Resort
    Burke Mountain Resort
    Chapman Hill Ski Area
    Cochran's Ski Area
    Cosmic Hill
    Gebbies' Farm
    Grill Hill
    Hard'Ack Ski Area
    Harrington Hill
    Hermitage Club at Haystack Mountain
    Hitching Post Farm
    Jay Peak Resort
    Living Memorial Park
    Lyndon Outing Club
    Mad River Glen
    Magic Mountain Ski Area
    Middlebury College Snow Bowl
    Mount Snow
    Northeast Slopes
    Okemo Mountain Resort
    Pico Mountain
    Pine Mountain
    Plymouth Notch
    Quechee Ski Area
    Smugglers Notch
    Stowe Mountain Resort
    Stratton Mountain Resort
    Sugarbush Resort
    Suicide Six
    Vermont Academy '77 Winter Sports Park
    Vermont Tech Ski Tow

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