Bolton Valley BASE: 31° SURFACE: Packed Powder / Packed Powder 24 HRS: 0"
SUMMIT: 30° NIGHT SKIING: Open 48 HRS: 0"
TRAILS: 56 RUN OF THE DAY: Hide Away 72 HRS: 3"
LIFTS: 5 BASE DEPTH: 20-36" 7 DAYS: 12"
      SEASON:98"
   
TODAY'S WEATHER: Mostly cloudy today with temperatures reaching the 30's by noon
EXTENDED WEATHER: Sunny tomorrow with temperatures diving back down to the teens by the afternoon

Updated Friday, December 14th at 3:08 PM

Good morning!  Things are feeling tropical today—and by tropical we mean temperatures may reach the 30’s by the afternoon.  The snow is still firm right now, but as the day goes on and temperatures rise things should loosen up a bit.  There is a slight chance of precipitation throughout the day, but it appears that the weather system to our southwest will keep its distance.  Get out there and enjoy these warmer temps while they last.  It doesn’t look like they’ll be sticking around.

Today we’re spinning Vista and Mighty Mite at 9:00am and Snowflake at 9:30am.  Mid-Mountain joins the party at 3pm, and all four lifts will spin until 7pm for early-season night skiing!  Speaking of night skiing...

Attention Night Skiers and Riders: AS MANY OF YOU KNOW, WE RECENTLY REPLACED THE BULLWHEEL ON THE TIMBERLINE LIFT.  OUR LIFT MECHANICS NOW NEED TO COMPLETE OUR REGULAR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE THAT WE USUALLY DO IN SUMMER PRIOR TO OPENING THE LIFT FOR THE SEASON.  TO EXPEDITE THIS WORK, WE WILL BE RUNNING A LIMITED NIGHT SKIING OPERATION FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS.  SEE DETAILS BELOW:

-Night skiing will be offered Tuesday to Friday from 4pm to 7pm this week and next for $18

Friendly reminders from around the mountain: This past Saturday was our double park launch! For those of you who prefer sliding on snow, our terrain park opened with 6 hits and 2 jumps and our parks team looks forward to adding a progression park to the mix in due time. Our brand new skate park also opened to the public this Saturday! If you haven't visited the Sports Center lately, well then you haven't visited the Sports Center at all really. Come on down to see the wide variety of activities available for you and your family: basketball, bouncy castles, cardio equipment, skate park, and a bar with light food and beverage overlooking our indoor pool. Not to mention our elaborate Nordic Trail system for free healers and fat bikes alike. The Nordic Trails are also one of the best ways to access Bolton's tremendous backcountry trails where there is no shortage of untracked lines and powder slashes to be had. What a segway...

 


Trail Report

G = Grooming / PG = Partially Groomed / S = Snowmaking / N = Night Skiing / B = Bumps
Vista Quad - 9am - 4pm
Bull Run G
Cobrass Lane
Sherman's Pass G N
Spillway Exit
Swing G
Alta Vista G
Cobrass
Cobrass Run
Deer Path
Hard Luck Lane G
Moose Run
Mousehole
Spillway Lane N
Hard Luck G
Schuss
Show Off - Lower
Show Off - Upper
Spillway N
Vermont 200
Vista Glades
Preacher
TNT
Five Corners
 
Mighty Mite Lift - 9am - 4pm
Mighty Mite N
 
Snowflake Chair - 10am - 7pm
Lower Bentley
Lower Foxy
Lower Villager
Snowflake Bentley
Sprig O' Pine G N
Timberline Lane
Foxy
Moonlight Park N
Valley Road N
Hide Away N
 
Timberline Quad - Closed
Timberline Run G
Spur
Upper Villager
Lower Brandywine
Lower Tattle Tale
Showtime
Sure Shot
Twice as Nice
Wood's Hole
Brandywine
Intro
Spellbinder
Upper Tattle Tale
Adam's Solitude
Lost Boyz
 
Wilderness Chair - 10am-4pm
Abenaki Trail G
Lower Crossover G
Lower Fanny Hill G
Lower Turnpike G
Lower Wilderness
Work Road G
Coyote
Fanny Hill G
Old Turnpike G
Peggy Dow's G
Wilderness Liftline G
Bolton Outlaw
Cougar
Upper Crossover
Upper Fanny Hill
 
Mid-Mountain Chair - 9:30am-4pm
Bear Run G N
Deer Run
Primer Loop G
Beech Seal G N
Enchanted Forest
Glades
TFR
 

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.