Mad River Glen
The skiing today was fantastic, upper mountain trails have nice packed powder moguls and the woods still hold a bunch of fresh snow. Lower angle terrain is definitely skiing the best right now, 2-3” of fresh snow yesterday sure helped to soften up surfaces. During the holiday period the mountain operations team has been busying on the hill rolling out a ton of fresh corduroy. On Wednesday skiers can expect to find fresh surfaces on nearly two-dozen intermediate and beginner trails. The forecast for Wednesday is calling for increasing clouds and temperatures rising into the 20s ahead of the next round of snow tomorrow evening. 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! Thursday après, free fondue courtesy of Cabot Creamery, and another thing.... 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 rocking General Stark’s Pub on Saturday night February 23 beginning at 7 PM. $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!More BUY TICKETS & SAVE!