Bolton Valley BASE: 37° SURFACE: Machine Groomed / Wet Snow 24 HRS: 0"
SUMMIT: 34° NIGHT SKIING: Closed 48 HRS: 4-5"
TRAILS: 68 RUN OF THE DAY: Spillway 72 HRS: 7-9"
LIFTS: 5 BASE DEPTH: 15 - 30" 7 DAYS: 7-9"
      SEASON:135"
   
TODAY'S WEATHER: Monday will be in the high 30s and partly sunny. Winds will come from the south west ranging from 10-15 mph.
EXTENDED WEATHER: Occasional rain on Tuesday, with temps in the 40s. SW wind at 10-20 mph.

Updated Monday, February 19th at 4:14 PM

News and Notes: Thanks to 7-9 inches of new snow since Friday, conditions have been soft and fun making it easy to rack up the run tally. The woods and glades are in great shape too. Expect to find soft packed powder across all terrain today making for a spectacular day on the mountain. Better still the weather will be spring-like today as temps climb into the high 30s and low 40s under partly sunny skies. Go light on the layers today and get out there and have some fun.

Lifts and Trails: Our lifts will operate from 9am to 4pm (Please see the lift and trail grid for operating hours for each lift). Vista, Timberline, Mid-Mountain, Wilderness, and Mighty Mite will provide access to 64 open trails. Our dedicated groomers smoothed out about two thirds of those trails overnight providing for excellent packed powder conditions. Both Valley Road and Hide Away parks are open for business. Snowflake lift will be closed for a day or two due to an unplanned maintenance issue. Trails usually accessed via the Snowflake lift, including the Valley Road Park, are accessible by skiing Deer Run and then a short hike up to the top of Snowflake.

Events & Deals: This week is Presidents' Week and that means the days will be filled with fun activities from an ice cream social, to a magic snow and more. The Village Café music series has yet another weekend of music as Erin Cassels-Brown takes the stage once more on Friday and Julia Spelman will perform Saturday. Night tickets every Tuesday - Saturday are only $25 from 4-10pm. 

Uphill Travel: The two on mountain uphill routes are open for uphill travel. While you are welcome to travel uphill anywhere on our Nordic and backcountry terrain, please limit your on-mountain uphill travel to only the two designated routes. Uphill travel is at your own risk and you will need either a ticket or season pass to use the trails. 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 - 9:00am - 4:00pm
Bull Run G
Cobrass Lane G
Sherman's Pass G
Spillway Exit
Swing G
Alta Vista G
Cobrass G
Cobrass Run G
Deer Path
Five Corners G
Hard Luck Lane G
Moose Run
Mousehole G
Spillway Lane G
Hard Luck G
Show Off - Lower
Show Off - Upper
Spillway G
Vermont 200
Vista Glades
Preacher
TNT
Schuss
 
Mighty Mite Lift - 9:00am - 4:00pm
Mighty Mite G
 
Snowflake Chair - Closed
Lower Bentley G
Lower Foxy G
Lower Villager G
Snowflake Bentley G
Sprig O' Pine G
Timberline Lane G
Foxy G
Hide Away G
Valley Road G
Moonlight Park
 
Timberline Quad - 9:30am - 4:00pm
Spur
Timberline Run G
Upper Villager G
Lower Brandywine
Lower Tattle Tale
Showtime G
Sure Shot G
Twice as Nice
Wood's Hole
Brandywine
Intro G
Spellbinder
Adam's Solitude
Lost Boyz
Upper Tattle Tale
 
Wilderness Chair - 10:00am - 4:00pm
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 - 4:00pm
Bear Run G
Deer Run
Primer Loop G
Beech Seal G
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.