Mount Snow - Vermont -
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Mount Snow
Town: Dover, Vermont
Vertical Drop: 1700 feet
Top Lift Served Elevation: 3550 feet
Lifts Include: 4 detachable chairlift(s), 10 fixed grip chairlift(s)
Snowmaking: Yes
Night Skiing: No
Located near the Massachusetts-Vermont border, Mount Snow is one of the best known ski areas in New England. The large ski area features a variety of terrain on multiple mountain faces.
Average Percent of Terrain Open
November13%    (5 reports)13 Open
December56%    (21 reports)56 Open
January64%    (16 reports)64 Open
February84%    (13 reports)84 Open
March76%    (19 reports)76 Open
April68%    (6 reports)68 Open
Feb. 28, 2021 by nhalex
Frozen Granular, Loose Granular
Feb. 22, 2021 by nhalex
Powder, Frozen Granular
Nov. 29, 2020 by nhalex
Golf Balls, Variable Conditions
Nov. 28, 2020 by nhalex
Variable Conditions, Bare Spots
Mar. 15, 2020 by skiit
Spring Snow, Corn
Mount Snow on
Recent Articles
Fire at Mount Snow Mountain Operations Building - Jun. 5, 2019
The area's snowmaking offices were destroyed, but the infrastructure was not affected.
State Permitting Hampers Vermont Projects - Aug. 20, 2018
Ski areas are scrambling to get work done before the ski season.
Kelly Pawlak Departing Mount Snow to Become NSAA President - Oct. 11, 2017
Director of Resort Services Erik Barnes has been promoted to General Manager.
Mount Snow Snowmaking, Trail, and Lodge Construction Continues - Sep. 26, 2017
The long awaited EB-5 projects are taking shape.
EB-5 Funded Projects Gearing Up at Mount Snow - Jun. 16, 2017
$52 million is being spent on snowmaking and new base facilities.
Government Approves Peak Resorts I-526 Petition, Unlocking Escrow Account - Dec. 13, 2016
$52 million can now be spent on snowmaking and base area projects at Mount Snow.
Peak Resorts Quarterly Report Reveals Growing Losses, Debt - Dec. 8, 2016
The operator of Attitash, Crotched, Mount Snow, and Wildcat hopes to turn the corner this quarter.
Peak Resorts Annual Report Reveals Dire Financial Situation - Jul. 17, 2016
The bad winter, debt spending, and EB-5 woes have left the company with little cash.
Mount Snow Removes Ski Baba Chairlift - Jun. 7, 2016
The Carinthia novice chairlift will be replaced with a conveyor lift.
Mount Snow EB-5 Program Approved - May. 25, 2016
Peak Resorts has been waiting for two years for the release of tens of millions of dollars in capital.
Mount Snow News Page
Trail Map
2020-21 Mt. Snow Trail Map
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