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Vermont Ski Resorts Projected Opening Days


With temps dipping, flurries in the air, and snowguns coming back to life in Green Mountain State, its time we take a look at when Vermont’s ski resorts plan to begin operation for the 2022/2023 winter season. Here’s a quick rundown compiled by The Burlington Free Press:

Vermont Ski Resorts Opening Day Projections

Ascutney Mountain Resort in Brownsville: No opening day mentioned as of Nov. 14. More information at https://www.ascutneyoutdoors.org/.

Bolton Valley in Bolton: Opening day is set for Friday, Nov. 25, weather permitting. More information at https://www.boltonvalley.com/.

Bromley Resort in Peru: No opening day mentioned as of Nov. 14. More information at https://www.bromley.com/.

Burke Mountain Resort in East Burke: No opening day mentioned as of Nov. 14. More information at https://www.skiburke.com/.

Cochran’s Ski Area in Richmond: No opening day mentioned as of Nov. 14. More information at https://cochranskiarea.com/.

Jay Peak Resort in Jay: Anticipated opening date Friday, Nov. 25. More information at https://jaypeakresort.com/.

Killington Ski Resort in Killington: Killington has said it will be open Thanksgiving weekend (Nov. 25) hosting the Killington Cup. Another event, the Loaded Turkey Rail Jam, was planned for Nov. 19. The resort began snowmaking on Oct. 8. More information at https://www.killington.com/.

Mad River Glen in Waitsfield: Ski season was expected to open Saturday, Dec. 10. However, Stark’s Pub would open Nov. 25. More information at https://www.madriverglen.com/.

Magic Mountain Ski Area in Londonderry: Magic Mountain plans to open Thursday, Dec. 15. More information at https://magicmtn.com/.

Mount Snow Ski Resort in Dover: This Vail-owned resort initially announced plans to open on Friday, Nov. 11, however warm temperatures persisted through the early part of November. On Nov. 14 the website said opening day plans would be shared soon. More information at https://www.mountsnow.com/.

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Northeast Slopes in East Corinth: No opening day mentioned as of Nov. 14. More information at https://northeastslopes.org/.

Okemo Mountain Resort in Ludlow: This Vail-owned resort was projected to open Saturday, Nov. 19. More information at https://www.okemo.com/.

Pico Mountain Ski Resort in Killington: Pico Mountain’s website was taking lift ticket purchases starting Thursday, Dec. 10. More information at https://www.picomountain.com/.

Saskadena Six in South Pomfret: Opening day was planned for Wednesday, Dec. 14, weather permitting. More information at https://www.saskadenasix.com/.

Ski Quechee in Hartford: They have scheduled a tentative opening for Wednesday, Dec. 21. More information at https://www.quecheeclub.com/skiquechee.

Smugglers’ Notch in Jeffersonville: Smuggs’ opening day is Friday, Nov. 25. More information at https://www.smuggs.com/.

Sugarbush in Warren: Opening day is Saturday, Nov. 19 for Sugarbush. More information at https://www.sugarbush.com/.

Stratton Mountain at Stratton Mountain: They had a projected opening date for Saturday, Nov. 19. More information at https://www.stratton.com/.

Stowe Mountain Resort in Stowe: This Vail-owned resort had announced plans to open Friday, Nov. 18. More information at https://www.stowe.com/.

Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe: This resort caters to crosscountry and backcountry skiing as well as snowshoeing. The website indicated winter trail passes could be purchased starting Thursday, Dec. 1. More information at https://www.trappfamily.com/.

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