Vermont ski areas are reaping the rewards of a bumper season. Ski areas in the Green Mountain State received more than 8 feet in March alone. This is allowing for some truly epic spring skiing. Adding to the bounty is a few inches of fresh snow that will no doubt make for some terrific late April skiing.
“About 3-5” fell overnight, and more continues to drop now. With some minor wind gusts also at play, there will, without a doubt, be drifts over a foot deep out there.
We’ll have 30 snow-covered trails for your skiing and riding enjoyment today, 11 of which have been groomed this morning.” – Jay Peak
5 Vermont Ski Areas Are Still OPEN
Mount Snow (April 21)
Okemo (April 21)
Sugarbush (weekend only | May 6)
Jay Peak (weekend only | TBD)
Killington is typically the last standing ski resort in the east. Last year the Southern Vermont ski area was able to remain open until June 1.