11:15 am Update: Vista, Wilderness and the other scheduled lifts are off and running with mask covered smiles for miles. An absolute stunner out there all morning - with warm blue skies and Vitamin D refills before the snow refills are expected to move in this afternoon. Lifts until 10pm, finishing under the LED lights like we do on Tuesday through Saturday nights.
Pine Street Park is open, and the BV Parks crew is out working on the fresh builds in Hide Away and Enchanted Forest, but we do not anticipate opening either of those today. Stay tuned on if/when they’ll be ready for you tomorrow. We’re expecting the sunshine to give way to a nice shake of the Bolton Snow Globe later this afternoon. Classic “will it be 2 or 6 inches” type of setup coming in over the next 48 hours. Need we remind you what happened last week?
7 am Update: Good morning! It sure is great to wake up to another day of winter doing what it's supposed to do up here in Northern Vermont. We’re looking at a great day up on the mountain with mild temperatures, scattered snow showers, and excellent conditions on the trails. Plus, we’re spinning Wilderness again today. Come join us!
Night skiing returns today, and we’ll be spinning lifts from 9am-10pm tonight for 13 hour of lifter operations. You’ll find a nice mix of fresh corduroy and natural snow on our trails this morning, with top notch snow conditions thanks to consistent temps.
We saw some snow showers through yesterday afternoon and last night, and we’re expecting more throughout the day today. It hasn’t amounted to much accumulation yet, but any snow it all is always nice to help supplement the nearly 4’ that we’re received so far this January!
Our parks crew is out there putting in work on a full on park build for hideaway and enchanted forest parks. We’re hoping to have those trails back open as soon as possible. Stay tuned on that!
We’re spinning 5 lifts today with Vista and Mighty Mike starting it off at 9am, Snowflake at 9:30, Wilderness at 10am, and Mid Mountain firing up at 3pm for night skiing. If you plan on joining us today or tonight, be sure to buy your ticket online and ahead of time HERE. We have sold out many days in advance this season.
Wilderness Designated Uphill Route is OPEN
Timberline Designated Uphill Route is OPEN
Per our Uphill Policy, all trail use requires a valid NBU ticket or season pass (Alpine or NBU Pass).
Nordic Trails and the Sports Center are open, but the Skatepark and pool remain closed at this time. For Nordic Snow Report, go HERE.
Face coverings, physical distancing, and abiding by Vermont’s Cross State Travel guidelines are REQUIRED to visit Bolton Valley. Face coverings must be worn everywhere across the resort with only 2 exceptions: when skiing/riding up or downhill or when actively eating/drinking - i.e., please pull the face covering back up between bites/sips. Face coverings must be worn at your car in the lot, on the walk to/from your car, in lift lines, on chair lifts (even if with your “traveling party”), any time you are interacting with our staff including while being served at your table in the James Moore Tavern, and/or any other time you’re not actively taking a sip/bite OR actively skiing/riding. There are no exceptions to this requirement. All guests will attest to following these measures and also that they aren’t exhibiting symptoms associated with COVID-19 or that they’ve been in close contact with anyone who recently received a positive test result. Before heading up the hill, please familiarize yourself with our 7 Steps For Success to help us ensure that we have the best (and longest) season possible.