Mad River Glen


Another incredible day of skiing is in the books. Temperatures remained at the freezing mark and mostly cloudy skies kept the sun’s rays at bay. The snow is remarkably soft making for effortless edge to edge ski movement. Chute and Porcupine were the picks of the day with chalky smooth packed powder from wall-to-wall. While there is some scratch in-between moguls on the steep terrain soft turns were easy to find. We’ll look to the meteorologists who are predicting more snow starting Saturday afternoon to help cover up those bare spots and soften ski surfaces once again. Tomorrow morning the mountain operations team will be busy readying the mountain for skiers. Expect to find fresh corduroy off of the top of the Sunnyside Double and on the main thoroughfares into the Base Area. Be sure to stay tuned to the conditions page for the most up-to-date information. Please be aware and ski with care, let’s all have a long and healthy 2020 ski season!

On Saturday and Sunday the Single Chair, Sunnyside Double and Practice Slope will spin from 8:30AM until 4:00PM. Callie’s Corner Handle Tow and the Birdland Double will be open between 10AM and 3PM. If you’re thinking about visiting the mountain remember that your best deal can always be found in advance online, purchase tickets ahead of time and save!

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 and we also ask that you please leave your dogs at home.

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The Magic of Bird Migration was presented by Brian “Warbler” Aust on December 27th, 2019. The Magic Of Bird Migration Theme:  Most birds that live on General Stark Mountain migrate thousands of miles a year using many special adaptations, all in search of seasonally available food sources.  The Magic of Bird Migration Program begins with….

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