Mad River Glen


What a great start to the weekend! Today was a pleasant day on the mountain with packed powder and sunshine. The mountain is filled in well top to bottom with edge-able packed powder surfaces. Upper mountain trails have mid-season sized packed powder moguls with a little bit of scratch forming here and there. Along the trail edge is where you’ll find the soft leftovers but if you dip into the woods you might be rewarded with untracked snow. On Sunday we’re expecting much of the same weather that we saw today with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the low 30s. Tomorrow morning the mountain operations team will head out in the pre-dawn hour to roll two-dozen beginner and intermediate trails. We’ll be spinning all of the lifts tomorrow serving skiers 100% of our terrain. Be sure to stay tuned to the conditions page for the most up-to-date information. Remember, hidden obstacles and unmarked hazards still exist, please be aware and ski with care!

Each and every Saturday and Sunday at 10:30AM you can join one of our Naturalists for a guided snowshoe trek tailored to your interests in the ecology and wildlife of Stark Mountain! Our outings and content vary each week, depending snow conditions and participants. Learn about the hardwood forests of the Green Mountains, as well as our resident moose, bear, deer, fisher, coyote, red fox and more! Snowshoe rentals available for only $5 with the program, register at the ski school desk!

Uphill travel is NOT permitted today during lift operations.

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CELEBRATE MAD RIVER GLEN’S HISTORY ON FEB. 28  Dig out those stretch pants, runaway straps and bamboo poles of yesteryear and celebrate Skiing History Day at Mad River Glen with the International Skiing History Association (ISHA) and Skiing History magazine. Mark the calendar for Friday, Feb. 28, and don some of your vintage skiwear and….

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