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Thursday, March 17, 2016

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2016-2017 Season Passes On Sale

What's Happening This Weekend

Snurfer Challenge Sunday at 4pm

 

Well, here we are. Unfortunately, here means the end of the ski season. We all know the end is coming from the very first day we step on the slopes, but we pretend we can ski forever anyway. With the lack of natural snowfall, this year more than ever I've grown to appreciate our mountain operations team. The snowmakers had to virtually start over twice in December due to thaws and rain. Grooming was consistently a challenge due to freezing and warming cycles. Nevertheless they persevered and really made the best of the conditions they were given. Sure, I'm guessing some of your favorite terrain remained closed all season, but what we were able to ski and ride was pretty fantastic.

However, don't take this newsletter as a final goodbye. There are still a number of fun events happening this weekend. Saturday we will hold a rail jam for the Night Riders Finals and later there will be another Paint Night with local artist Natasha Bogar. Sunday is Skier and Rider Appreciation Day, Vermont Specialty Food Day and the Snurfer Challenge. Plus we'll be spinning the Vista Quad until 6pm. Lastly, I know thinking about your season passes for next season may sound crazy. But they are currently on sale and prices increase after April 4th.

It's been a blast being your snow reporter this season. Here's to a much snowier 2016!

-Tucker  

2016-2017 Season Passes On Sale

2016-17 All Access Season Passes are currently on sale. To get yours at the lowest rate they will be offered purchase by April 4. And, when you buy now you can use your pass to ski free this weekend.

 

What's Happening This Weekend

Sunday we will be holding a Skier and Rider Appreciation Day. Season pass holders can bring friends and get them $10 off a full or half day lift ticket.

Also Sunday, enjoy all the flavors of Vermont during the Ski Vermont 2016 Speciality Food Day. From 10:30am - 2:30pm Ski Vermont vendors will be set-up sampling delicious foods and drinks in Fireside Flatbread.    

Travia Night will kick off at 6pm Sunday evening in the James Moore Tavern. 

Saturday at 6:30pm in the Ski School Explorer Room (downstairs of Base Lodge), local artist Natasha Bogar will be guiding artists through the creative process of painting. Bolton Valley's Paint Night is BYOB.

 

Snurfer Challenge Sunday at 4pm

      

At 4pm Sunday we will be holding the first ever Snurfer Challenge at Bolton Valley on the Mighty Mite. The event is free and registration starts at 2pm in the Base Lodge.

We've also decided to extend the Vista Quad hours on Sunday, and lifts will spin until 6pm. Feel free to take a couple of extra laps while you check out this fun event.