Mad River Glen


Light snow and mixed precipitation were nearly constant today on the slopes of Mad River Glen. While there was little accumulation of new snow during the day, what did come down mixed well with the still soft snow on the hill making for some creamy turns. The groomed trails offered skiers peel away turns with soft, loose granular snow left behind from the snowcats and their early morning work. Upper mountain steeps gave skiers a challenge with bumps that rewarded aggressive skiing and fast footwork. With the temperature dropping the further we get into the evening; the snowfall is expected to increase in intensity and begin to accumulate on the slopes. The mountain operations team will take advantage of the cooling temperatures and potential for new snow to once again groom a selection of beginner and intermediate trails with fresh corduroy. Tomorrow’s forecast is calling for heavy snow showers in the morning and tapering off slowly throughout the afternoon. This will be accompanied by temperatures dropping down to the upper 10’s and very strong winds from the Southwest that could range up to 50 mph. 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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