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Today’s storm managed to drop another 2” of snow on us during the day, bring our storm total since last night up to 8-10”. Light snow showers are still occurring outside and could leave us with another inch or two by morning. The temperatures decreased throughout the day, ending up back in the single digits by the time the lifts stopped running. Tomorrow we are expecting temperatures to hover around 10 degrees but could certainly feel colder still with winds ranging up to 15mph; snow showers will be sporadic and mixed with periods of clear and overcast skies. Today will surely go down as one of the best days of the season, skiers were gifted with powder skiing on 100% of our legendary terrain. The mountain operations team will be back out on the hill early tomorrow morning, once again grooming out a variety of beginner, intermediate and high traffic trails. Be sure to stay tuned to the conditions page for the most up-to-date information. While conditions have certainly improved over the last few days, hidden obstacles and unmarked hazards still exist. Please be aware and ski with care, let’s all have a long and healthy 2020 ski season!

During the holiday weekend the Single Chair, Sunnyside Double and Practice Slope will spin from 8:30AM until 3:45PM. 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 during lift operations, we also ask that you please leave your dogs at home.

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As we head into another ski season the Mad River Glen Cooperative is taking time to reflect on its past and honor an individual that was essential to Mad River Glen attaining the lofty status that it holds within the ski world today. Betsy Pratt has been called a maverick by some and that’s probably true, but….

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