Mad River Glen


The packed powder paradise rolls on for another spectacular day of skiing at Mad River Glen. With wall to wall coverage across the entire mountain skiers have access to a wide variety of terrain to suit an equally wide range of abilities. Upper mountain steeps such as Chute and Paradise have developed mid-season moguls that offer challenge while remaining soft and fluid. Venturing off the edges of these trails will offer up softer turns and potentially even some pockets of deeper snow if you know where to look. The lower mountain trails, including Porcupine and Chipmunk, have been refreshed daily. These trails are smooth, soft and will have fresh corduroy for first chair this morning. In total, mountain operations have groomed more than two dozen trails this morning, allowing for groomed turns from the top of each lift that can continue all the way to the Base Area. Today’s forecast is predicting clear skies and sun for the vast majority of the day along with temperatures in the upper 10’s by noon and a mild wind of 10 mph out of the West. Remember, hidden obstacles and unmarked hazards still exist, please be aware and ski with care!

During the holiday period the Single Chair and Sunnyside Double will spin from 8:30AM until 4:00PM. On Friday the Practice Slope will run from 8:30AM until 5PM for Skiing For Scholars. 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!

Uphill travel is NOT permitted today during lift operations.

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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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