March Brings Snow and Spring Skiing and Riding to Vermont

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Ski Vermont receives March with opens arms as it means big snowstorms, longer days and warmer temps. Enjoy spring skiing and riding at its finest in Vermont this March.


Spring Skiing and Sunning in Vermont

In like a lion, and out like a lamb. With snowstorms in the forecast to add to Vermont's already stellar snow pack, early March is living up to its tagline. However, March also marks the beginning of longer days, warmer temps and in turn, spring skiing and riding in Vermont. By the end of the month skiers and riders enjoy soft spring conditions and outdoor entertainment, so prepare to loose the bulky mid-winter layer and take advantage of the late season offers and events. With the state’s 80% snowmaking coverage and the plush snowfall we’ve received this season, we’ll all be skiing and partying right into April.

Sugarbush Resort
March is typically one of the snowiest months of the year. While enjoying the conditions, take advantage of some of the great events including a Nantucket Weekend with various businesses from the island, pond skimming, Sugaring Time Festival, and others. Skiing at another mountain? Try the Show Us Yours, We’ll Show You Ours where you can show your season pass from another mountain and receive a discounted lift ticket.

Stratton Mountain Resort
Winter isn’t over yet! Historically, March is the snowiest month and with some of Stratton’s most popular events coming up fast, there’s no better place to be than Vermont. With the Kids Ski and Stay Free package, children aged 17 and younger stay free when two adults purchase a lift and lodging package. Not to be missed events include March 7-9’s Vermont Open snowboard competition and music festival, March 8' Marchdi Gras block party and March 15's 24 Hours of Stratton skiathon.

Smugglers’ Notch Resort
A spring getaway to Smugglers’ Notch Resort promises to please. Vacation packages include condominium lodging, daily lift tickets, use of the indoor pool and hot tubs, snow tubing, and bouncing fun in the indoor FunZone with its climbing inflatables and games. During the first two weeks of March, lodging and lift packages start at $109 per youth (ages 3-17) and $139 per adult per night. From March 14 – April 5, 2014, families can enjoy Smuggs at the season’s lowest rates, with ski and stay packages starting at $89 per youth and $119 per adult per night.

Okemo Mountain Resort
In celebration of the changing season, Okemo is offering a deal that will make everyone want to shout, “OLE!” The Spring Skiesta Card gives the cardholder unlimited skiing and riding from March 17 through closing day of the 2013/14 season for just $99. And the entire $99 may be applied toward a 2014/15 season pass when purchased by April 30, 2014.

Middlebury College Snow Bowl
Ski or ride at the Snow Bowl for free in March. Receive a whole month of free access to over 500 acres of trails, glades and wooded terrain when purchasing a 2014-15 season pass. For more details, call 802-443-SNOW (7669) or go to

Magic Mountain
March is one of the best times to ski Vermont and Magic. Tickets are cheaper than ever when purchasing online at the Magic Store. Plus, enjoy big events like the Ski The East Freeride Tour and Big Air Contest.

Killington Resort
Vermont’s Killington Resort is welcoming spring with the 2014 NOR’BEASTER Spring Pass. For just $199, skiers and snowboarders of all ages can enjoy spring skiing and riding, live music and a 20% discount on lodging at Killington beginning March 15 and continuing through the end of the 2013-14 winter season. This year’s six-week NOR’BEASTER schedule offers a host of brand-new events highlighting everything from youth action sports progression to specialty food tastings.

Jay Peak Resort
With close to 20 feet of snow so far this season, Jay Peak Resort is offering April ski-and-stay deals for a family of four starting at just $178 a night. Details at

Bromley Mountain
Bromley’s Spring Loaded Card is back for 2014. Get the Card loaded with 4 days of spring skiing and riding for just $99 when purchased online.The Card is valid starting February 24, 2014 and expires December 19th - still good for an early season teaser next winter.

Bolton Valley
Spring skiing means sunset skiing at Bolton Valley, as lifts run straight through sunset until 8pm Wednesdays through Saturdays. Every Monday skiers and riders over the age of 50 ski for 50% off. Wednesdays are college nights with $19 all access lift tickets starting at noon for college students. Friday Night Late Night continues through March 21 with special late night lift tickets on Fridays are $19 from 7-10 p.m. Saturdays keep the weekend moving with Bolton After Dark, $19 all ages lift tickets starting at 4pm.

For a full list of deals, events and resort fun, check out the full release at

Ski Vermont (Vermont Ski Areas Association) is a proud ambassador of the thriving winter tourism industry in Vermont, where the legislature has designated skiing and snowboarding as the official state sports. Vermont is not only the #1 ski state in the east and third in the US, but also reigns supreme in snowmaking quality and coverage, variety of terrain and historical impact on the sports of skiing and snowboarding - making it one of the most significant ski and ride destinations in the world. Ski Vermont’s mission is to help create a legislative, economic and social environment in which the state's ski areas can grow and prosper. It serves its 19 Alpine and 30 Nordic member resorts in three major areas: Governmental Affairs, Marketing and Public Affairs.

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