Killington, VT

Conditions permitting, the K-1 Express Gondola will be open daily through April 28, 2013. The Superstar Express Quad will be open daily through May 5, 2013, and weekends and Fridays only starting May 11, 2013. - killington.com

  • Open Trails: 33
  • Open Lifts: 2
  • Average Base Depth: 36″ – 42″
  • Total Season Snowfall: 208″

Jay Peak, VT

The Plan: We’ll spin the lifts up until 4pm this Sunday, and then shutdown. On Thursday May 2, we’ll assess the trail conditions and if weather permits, we will re-open for skiing and riding on Saturday, May 4 and Sunday, May 5. What lifts will spin and what trails will be open, who knows. That will all depend on the weather. Stay tuned. - jaypeakresort.com

  • Open Trails: 40
  • Open Lifts: Yet to be Determined
  • Average Base Depth: 10″ – 28″
  • Total Season Snowfall: 362″

Sugarbush, VT

We plan to continue daily through Sunday April 28th, with a rising chance of a celebratory closer the first weekend in May. If you are looking for a great season pass value, nearly 7 months of skiing and riding is something to consider. - sugarbush.com

  • Open Trails: 22
  • Open Lifts: 2
  • Average Base Depth: 10″ – 38″
  • Total Season Snowfall: 279″

Sugarloaf, ME

Going forward, our plan is remain open daily through this Sunday, April 28th, and then close midweek before reopening the following weekend (May 4-5), conditions permitting. After that, the goal will be to re-open on weekends for as long as the snow sticks around and ski traffic continues. - sugarloaf.com

  • Open Trails: 119
  • Open Lifts: 2
  • Average Base Depth: 15″ – 32″
  • Total Season Snowfall: Not Reported

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11 Comments

  1. CB says:

    Damn all these mountains got more than us but we are still skiing huge lines in great conditions

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  2. bigmtnskier says:

    Yep Jay Peak gets more snow than most places in the West!

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  3. Drobag says:

    HELLLL YEAHHH #eastcoast

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  4. sweet potato fries says:

    and more rain

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  5. lets be real here says:

    ^^^^^Jay didnt get more snow than “most places” in the west. PNW, Tetons, Wasatch, and BC had more, not to mention they all had below average snowfall this winter

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  6. SkiVT says:

    Too bad Stowe is too lame to stay open..It is still solid and deep top to bottom..Doohh..!

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  7. TetonTool says:

    Haha. 100″ base and skiing the biggest lines of my life. Til july. Again. East coast pussys

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