Statewide, Vermont (PRWEB) February 28, 2013
Take off the bulky mid-winter layer and enjoy the sun and snow of March. As the days get longer and temps warm up, it’s time to enjoy the fruits of winter in the most ideal setting. Vermont ski resorts encourage skiers and riders to come enjoy the already exceptional snow coverage during the snowiest month of the year and take advantage of the late season offers and events. With the state’s 80% snowmaking coverage and the plush snowfall that Vermont has received this season, everyone can ski and party right into April.
Vermont Resorts are offering great deals throughout March and April. Don’t miss out!
Stratton Mountain Resort: Get a goggle tan this spring with sun, snow and savings at Stratton Mountain Resort. March is typically the snowiest month and starting March 3, multi-night stays are up to 30% off. Learn more about deals, savings and events at stratton.com.
Mount Snow Resort: Ski and ride at Mount Snow starting March 1 all the way through closing day with the discounted Vernal Eternal spring pass that gives the pass holder unlimited spring skiing and riding.
Bromley Mountain: Back for spring is Bromley’s Spring Loaded Card! For just $99, all ages, get a card loaded with four days of great skiing and riding. That’s less than $25/day!
Okemo Mountain Resort: When skiers and riders purchase lift tickets online, at least 48 hours in advance, they can save a sap bucket full of cash. Skiers and riders can explore new offers through the end of the season by logging onto okemo.com.
Bolton Valley: Deal days at Bolton Valley roll on through spring. On Monday skiers and riders over the age of 50 ski for 50% off. Wednesdays are college nights with $19 all access lift tickets. Saturdays offer Bolton After Dark, where $19 all ages lift tickets start at 4pm.
Sugarbush Resort: Introducing the March Pack – up four Adult Mt. Ellen lift tickets valid any time in March 2013 for just $149. A 46% savings. March Pack tickets are for sale only through February 28th.
Smugglers’ Notch Resort: During the first two weeks of March, lodging and lift packages start at $105 per youth (ages 3-17) and $135 per adult per night. SuperSaver pricing kicks in March 15 - April 6, 2013, starting at $85 per youth and $115 per adult per night.
Burke Mountain: Show your 2012/13 season pass from another ski area for a $45 full day lift ticket from now until the end of the season. Sundays are FUNdays at Burke when everyone skis and rides half day for just $25 AND $20 rental equipment and $20 group lessons.
The abundant snowfall, lengthening sun and sweet deals are not the only things drawing in the well-informed skier. Vermont ski resorts boast some of the best on-slope and après activities in March. See below for a list of where to be spotted this spring.
March 1- closing day, Mount Snow Resort: Vernal Eternal boasts huge events, competitions and concerts pretty much every weekend.
March 2, Bromley Mountain: The Bart J. Ruggiere Center for Adaptive Sports celebrates 10 years with their Limitless Luau. The day will feature lessons, a themed lunch, and a Level 1 adaptive race!
March 9, Sugarbush Resort: The Castlerock Extreme, a classic stop on the Ski the East Freeride Tour
March 15-17, Stratton Mountain Resort: Riders of all pedigrees will strap in and throw down in the halfpipe, rail jam and banked slalom of the all-new Vermont Open.
March 16, Okemo Mountain Resort: festEVOL concert series stop with Yukon Kornelius, plus O.A.R., Dee Snider and Jason Biggs.
March 16-17, Magic Mountain: St Patrick's weekend hosts special guest The Brew playing on Saturday and a “Share the Magic” Rando Race up and down the mountain on Sunday.
March 17-May 4, Killington Resort: NOR’BEASTER is a seven week celebration of springtime, featuring Snoe.down, Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge and much more!
March 20-21, Stowe Mountain Resort: Eastern Cup Finals for Division 1 college ski racers
March 23, Jay Peak Resort: Ski and Snowboard demos with Vermont made Worth Skis and Empyreal Snowboards.
March 30, Smugglers’ Notch Resort: The 18th annual BrewFest showcases local and regional beers with tastings, music, an appetizer buffet and a souvenir glass.
For a full list of events and deals, go here.