Mad River Glen


A clipper blew through overnight dropping an inch or so of new snow which will certainly help to re-fresh what have already been excellent skiing conditions. Over the holiday week and for quite some time our skiers have been enjoying the skiing on  100% of our legendary terrain. While it certainly was not as much as we were hoping for (is it ever?) the skim coat of new snow will certainly add a little fluff for our collective enjoyment. Overnight the cats were released from their lairs to roll fresh corduroy wall-to-wall on nearly two-dozen intermediate and novice trails. These groomers are skiing phenomenally well and the base is deep. The un-groomed terrain is skiing very well too. A tad slick in the troughs especially on the steeper trails but quiet, fluffy turns can be had if you select your line well.  Their are pockets of fluffy loveliness amongst our famous glades and in the nooks and crannies. Today and throughout the holiday week we'll be spinning all five of our lifts including the Single Chair, the Sunnyside Double and the Practice Slope from 8:30 AM to 4 PM while Birdland and the Callie's Corner Handle Tow will turn from 10 AM to 3 PM. Check out our complete holiday week hours here.  Be sure grab a hot cocoa or a snack from the Birdcage this week! Join us this afternoon for après ski featuring free fondue courtesy of Cabot Creamery and the musical stylings of Lowell Thompson and Papi Biondi. Don’t forget about our Friday Night Fish Fry in General Stark's Pub served every Friday night all season long!  The Grift will be The Pub on Saturday night February 23 beginning at 7 PM. There's a $10 cover charge with 100% of the proceeds going to the Preserve Our Paradise campaign. If you can’t make it to the hill keep an eye on the Mad River Valley Real Estate Mad Cams! Check out the latest episode of our very own TV show, Mad River Glen Today!

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MRG’s new Skiing for Scholars Program is starting this Friday. This innovative program works to afford local kids the opportunity to enjoy the sport of skiing. It is available to all students enrolled in the Harwood (all Valley schools and Waterbury) and Addison Northeast (Bristol/Lincoln area) Supervisory Unions. The Program Offers; Free all-mountain lift tickets….

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