Bolton Valley BASE: 28° SURFACE: Packed Powder 24 HRS: 0"
TRAILS: 24 RUN OF THE DAY: Vista Glades 72 HRS: 2"
LIFTS: 4 BASE DEPTH: 15-25" 7 DAYS: 4"
TODAY'S WEATHER: Mostly sunny, becoming cloudy with snow late in the day. Temps in the low 30's SE winds 10-20 mph.
EXTENDED WEATHER: Periods of snow on Wednesday with temps in the upper 20s. Winds from the SE around 10 - 20 mph.

Updated Tuesday, January 17th at 3:44 PM

News & Notes: We'll start out the day on Tuesday under sunny skies with temps in the 20s. Clouds will gather as the day progresses and we expect snow to start falling this afternoon. That new snow will provide for some powder turns under the lights tonight as lifts run until 10pm and it will also set us up for a great day with fresh tracks on Wednesday. Patrol may even be able to open a few more trails on Wednesday, depending on how much snow we get overnight. 

Lifts & Conditions: Today we’ll spin 4 lifts providing access to 17 trails, all of which have been groomed.  Vista and Mighty Mite open today at 10am and Snowflake spins at 10:30am.  Vista will run until 10pm, Mighty Mite and Snowflake will run until 8pm. Mid-Mountain will run from 3pm until 9pm. Hide Away park is open with 6 features. Today you'll find packed powder on the groomers all day followed by some powdery turns later tonight.

Snowmaking: Due to increasing temperatures, snowmakers will have to take a break for the next few days. The good news is that snowmaking on Spillway is complete. We expect to see that trail open in the next few days, once the groomers work their magic.  

Events & Deals: This Wednesday January 18 is the start of both the Night Rider Series  and the Green Mountain Skimo Citizen Race Series. This Saturday enjoy classical music at The Ponds as the Vermont Mozart Festival makes a special stop at Bolton Valley. Every Tuesday through Saturday night is Late Night at Bolton Valley where lifts run until 10pm and tickets are just $19.66 starting at 4pm. Every non-peak Monday, enjoy skiing for only $19.66, additionally, you'll get half price rentals and 50% off select menu items at the James Moore Tavern. If you own a Subaru or Hyundai be sure to make plans to ski for free on Friday, January 27 on Subaru and Hyundai Day.

Trail Report

G = Grooming / PG = Partially Groomed / S = Snowmaking / N = Night Skiing / B = Bumps
Vista Quad - 10:00am - 10:00pm
Bull Run
Sherman's Pass G N
Swing G
Alta Vista G
Hard Luck Lane G
Moose Run
Spillway Lane G N
Hard Luck G
Vista Glades
Cobrass Lane
Spillway Exit
Cobrass Run
Deer Path
Five Corners
Show Off - Lower
Show Off - Upper
Vermont 200
Mighty Mite Lift - 10:00am - 8:00pm
Mighty Mite G N
Snowflake Chair - 10:30am - 8:00pm
Lower Villager G
Snowflake Bentley
Sprig O' Pine G N
Timberline Lane G
Valley Road G N
Hide Away G N
Lower Bentley
Lower Foxy
Moonlight Park
Timberline Quad - Closed
Timberline Run
Upper Villager
Lower Brandywine
Lower Tattle Tale
Sure Shot
Twice as Nice
Wood's Hole
Upper Tattle Tale
Adam's Solitude
Lost Boyz
Wilderness Chair - Closed
Abenaki Trail
Work Road
Fanny Hill
Lower Crossover
Lower Fanny Hill
Lower Turnpike
Lower Wilderness
Old Turnpike
Peggy Dow's
Wilderness Liftline
Bolton Outlaw
Upper Crossover
Upper Fanny Hill
Mid-Mountain Chair - 3:00pm - 9:00pm
Bear Run G N
Primer Loop
Beech Seal G N
Deer Run
Enchanted Forest

Skiing or riding in the woods on or off designated trails within the ski area's boundaries is allowed. However, these areas are not maintained or monitored by Bolton personnel, and are neither open nor closed. Unmarked obstacles and hazards exist. Ski and ride at your own risk. Do not ski or ride alone--rather, stick to groups of 3 or more. Bolton Valley Resort assumes no responsibility for damage to equipment within or outside the ski area's boundaries. Be aware, use good judgment, and ski/ride accordingly. Keep in mind that skiing/riding in the woods may lead you away from Bolton Valley trails. Bolton Ski Patrol does not sweep glades and wooded areas.