Winter Storm Kade delivered the goods — we received nearly two feet of snow in just over a 24 hour
Watch as Backcountry Director Adam DesLauriers explores some of Bolton Valley’s Backcountry terrain on a beautiful sunny day. The snow
Ever wonder how we always have so much snow even when Mother Nature deals us a difficult hand? This is
Our plan is to run Wilderness Lift tomorrow morning for the first time this season! And with a foot of freshies since Monday afternoon and over 2 feet since just before New Year's, there will be plenty of untracked snow there for the taking! That said, friendly reminder to "Know Before You Go!"We do our absolute best to keep our snow report up to date with the latest trail, lift and snow conditions. THE place to keep up is https://www.boltonvalley.com/winter/trail-maps-snow-reports/snow-reports/Things change quickly sometimes here at the highest base elevation in Vermont. Remember to refresh the page to see the lates updates (if any).Also, tomorrow is our first "Fiddlehead Apres" with a RIPPING band called Eggy. Fiddlehead IPA Drafts will be a dollar off all day and the band will come on at 9pm in the James Moore Tavern. Free show you don't want to miss... that is, if you like being one of those people that gets to sat "I saw them when..." Trust us, this band is going places. Lifts 9am-10pm. 30 min from Burlington & Montpelier. Drive Less, Ski More. Authentic. Independent. Locally/family owned and operated ski resort.Carpe Ski-em!Posted by Bolton Valley on Thursday, January 9, 2020
Our plan is to run Wilderness Lift tomorrow morning for the first time this season! And with a foot of
We’ve received some much needed snow over the past week and it looks like more is on the way. Check
Our President, Lindsay DesLauriers, explored some of our freshly opened terrain this afternoon with her daughter Juniper and the stoke
The Apres Scene at Bolton Valley is like no other. Night skiing runs till 10 pm, dinner clears out, and
Bolton Valley 12/8 – We had an incredible second weekend up here on the hill with unreal early season conditions!
We received about 5″ of light fluffy goodness before the sun set, which was more than any of us expected.
The lower mountain lifts are running, we’ve got a solid base down already, and more snow is in the forecast.