Thanks to a 300-inch snowfall year, Sugarbush will remain open through Easter Sunday on April 24, 2011 … at least.
Since the resort will be open longer, To celebrate the spring season, Sugarbush is announcing deep lift ticket and lodging discounts, including free skiing and riding for the rest of the spring for purchasers of 2011-2012 season passes.
“We’re feeling the positive aftershocks of the third snowiest winter on record here in Vermont,” said Sugarbush president and owner Win Smith. “The mountain still has a superb amount of snow, and with warmer weather here it’s just a fabulous, fun time to be on the hill.”
The free skiiing when you purchase next years pass includes All Mountain 7, Mount Ellen Plus, Fancy Pass, or College Passes.
Youn can find lodging deals at $48 per night at the luxurious Clay Brook slopeside hotel. You can also purchase a spring pass for only $199.
Sugarbush’s Lincoln Peak is 100% open, with 72 trails of skiing and riding, including daily grooming on select trails.
For details on any of the discounts or for up-to-date ski reports, log on to www.sugarbush.com