Bolton Valley BASE: 18° SURFACE: N/A 24 HRS: 5-7"
SUMMIT: 15° NIGHT SKIING: Closed 48 HRS: 7-10"
LIFTS: 0 BASE DEPTH: 12 - 20" 7 DAYS: 8-11"
TODAY'S WEATHER: Cloudy skies today with a chance of snow through the evening. Temps reaching the mid 20s. Winds out of the West at around 20mph and increasing by the afternoon.
EXTENDED WEATHER: Temps in the teens to 20s on Monday with a chance of flurries in the morning and shifting to partly sunny skies in the afternoon. Western winds around 20mph.

Updated Tuesday, December 12th at 4:51 PM

News and Notes: We would like to thank each and every one of you that came out this year for BVs 2017-18 Opening Weekend. The conditions were great and the weather was just right for good times to be had. A big shout out to our groomers and snowmakers for the hard work they have put in over the last few weeks to make this weekend happen. Night skiing will open for the season on Thursday, December 14. 

Lifts & Trails: The lifts will be closed from Monday-Wednesday before reopening on Thursday, December 10 from 9am-10pm giving you access to 13 hours of skiing and riding. From 12/14 on we will be following our normal hours of operation.

Snowmaking: Our snowmakers are currently working on Beech Seal and are looking to fire up Valley Road. Beech Seal is shaping up nicely and looks like we will have it open and ready for Thursday. Valley Road is also on the list for snowmaking moving forward and will be a nice addition to your run selection. 

Events & Deals: A big thank you to everyone who came out to the first ever Winter Farmers Market today. A lot of really cool things down there and I took the time to make a live video of all the vendors and what they have to offer on Instagram. Go check it out before it dissapears in 24 hours. Santa Sunday: Get in the holiday spirit by dressing in a full Santa suit on Sunday, December 17 and ski and ride the whole day for free.

Early Season Schedule: Lifts will be closed on Monday - Wednesday before re-opening on Thursday, Dec. 14. We'll start our regular night skiing schedule on Thursday (12/14) with lifts opening at 9am and running until 10pm. 

Uphill Travel: The two on mountain uphill routes are open for uphill travel. Please limit your uphill travel to only those routes. Since both Wilderness and Timberline are currently closed we are operating under the overnight policy 24 hours per day. This means uphill travel is at your own risk and you do not need a ticket or pass. The trails are not patrolled or maintained, call 911 for any emergencies. Please keep in mind that there are no dogs allowed on open or closed trails. Should you encounter any mountain operation vehicles please yield the right of way to them. Check the Uphill Travel Policy for more information.

Trail Report

G = Grooming / PG = Partially Groomed / S = Snowmaking / N = Night Skiing / B = Bumps
Vista Quad - Closed
Bull Run
Cobrass Lane
Sherman's Pass
Spillway Exit
Alta Vista
Cobrass Run
Deer Path
Five Corners
Hard Luck Lane
Moose Run
Spillway Lane
Hard Luck
Show Off - Lower
Show Off - Upper
Vermont 200
Vista Glades
Mighty Mite Lift - Closed
Mighty Mite
Snowflake Chair - Closed
Lower Bentley
Lower Foxy
Lower Villager
Snowflake Bentley
Sprig O' Pine
Timberline Lane
Hide Away
Moonlight Park
Valley Road
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
Lower Crossover
Lower Fanny Hill
Lower Turnpike
Lower Wilderness
Work Road
Fanny Hill
Old Turnpike
Peggy Dow's
Wilderness Liftline
Bolton Outlaw
Upper Crossover
Upper Fanny Hill
Mid-Mountain Chair - Closed
Bear Run
Deer Run
Primer Loop
Beech Seal
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.