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Thursday, January 12, 2017

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In This Issue

MLK Lodging

Park Events: Tell a Friend Tour and Night Riders

Runs for Girls On The Run: $29 Lift Tickets for Jan. 13

VT Mozart Festival

Nordic and Backcountry Events

50th Anniversary Logo Wear

 

It's no secret that the weather has been a bit fickle lately. Weekends continue to bring either blue skies or snow flurries, while earlier on in the week is generally balmy with mixed precipitation. What can I do to change this weather? I might try to sneak a late edit into the AccuWeather outlook in an effort to change our luck. If that doesn't work, I'll build the craziest shrine to the snow god Ullr that anyone's ever seen, and, if all else fails, maybe I'll get on the news and whip up a brand new Nor' Easter. Despite the frustrating weather, the mountain has been holding up well this week and Timberline will spin this weekend. Luckily the Farmer's Almanac is predicting a snowy end of January, and believe it or not, we're almost there.

 

Have a great weekend,

Tucker

 


MLK Lodging

Making some last minute MLK weekend plans? Take advantage of the best value in Vermont ski and stay packages. We still have rooms available for this weekend starting at just $108 pp/pn. All packages include slopeside accommodations at the Inn at Bolton Valley, daily lift tickets, a continental breakfast, and use of the Nordic & Sports Center.                       

 

Park Events: Tell a Friend Tour and Night Riders

  We're stoked to announce that the Night Riders Series will be coming back for another season. Join us on January 18 as we kick the series off with a rail jam competition. Come ride with your friends and win some prizes.       
Want to shred with a pro? Andy Parry and the Tell a Friend crew will be at Bolton Valley on Monday, January 16. The event is free to anyone with a lift ticket or season pass. Meet at 10:30am in the Hide Away park.   

 

Runs for Girls On The Run: $29 Lift Tickets for Jan. 13

On January 13, Bolton Valley will be hosting Runs for Girls On The Run. When you purchase by midnight tonight, lift tickets will be only $29, $15 of which will be donated to Girls On The Run

 

VT Mozart Festival

On Saturday, January 21 from 6-9pm The Ponds at Bolton Valley will be host the Vermont Mozart Festival. The Festival features five prize winning musicians from Yale School of Music in New Haven and the Schulich School of Music at Mcgill University. Tickets are available online and more information can be found at vermontmozartfestival.org.            

 

Nordic and Backcountry Events

        As we settle into 2017 there are a number of Nordic and Backcountry events happening around the mountain. This year we have a 24 hour race, Bolton-to-Trapps Tours, Uphill races, and many more. Head over the Nordic and Backcountry events page to see what's in store.           

 

50th Anniversary Logo Wear

We're breaking out the vintage logo wear in honor of our 50th Anniversary. Stop by BV Sports (the rental shop) to browse the selection of new shirts and hats. Plus, pass holders will receive 20% off retail items at BV Sports.