Mad River Glen


The rollercoaster of weather continued through the night at Mad River Glen. Temperatures remained in fluctuation as the freezing line sits with the base area above 32 degrees and the summit sitting just below. After a handful of days of freeze cycles, the snow has turned to a loose granular consistency which, where it remains soft, will offer up skiers spring-like turns. As the elevation increases and the temperature drops slightly, the snow is likely to be firmer and more locked together. Periods of light snow are expected throughout the day and heavier snow is predicted to begin falling in the late evening as the new weather front moves into the valley. Temperatures in the base area as expected to hover around 36 degrees by the middle of the day, while summit temperatures are slated for 34 degrees. Mountain operations have continued their hard work throughout this warm spell grooming a selection of trails from the tops of each main mountain lift. Skiers will be able to lay their skiers over on freshly groomed corduroy from the summit of General Stark’s Mountain, through the main thoroughfares and down into the base area. Be sure to stay tuned to the conditions page for the most detailed and up to date information on trail conditions and lift operations. Remember, hidden obstacles and unmarked hazards still exist, please be aware and ski with care!

During the mid-week period the Single Chair and Sunnyside Double will spin from 9:00AM until 4:00PM. Callie’s Corner Handle Tow is open between 10AM and 3PM for those first-time skiers. If you’re thinking about visiting the mountain remember that your best deal can always be found online, purchase tickets ahead of time and save! Mid-week late afternoon tickets are the greatest deal around, ski from 2PM until 4PM for just $35!

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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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