Ice Haus Arena Schedule
- Leagues, Events, Tournaments
2-3” of natural has touched down on the mountain today and flurries continue to fall. This new snow brings our season total to 90” and counting. There is a chance we could see some mixing this weekend as temps look to hover in the mid-30s, but so far we’ve seen 100% snow and will continue to see only snow if the mercury allows.
In operational news, Snowmaking has moved onto Green Mountain Boys and Harmony Lane, in effort to debut more terrain for Christmas. On-top of that, our Parks Crew just announced they are finished on Interstate, meaning the Jug Handle Terrain Park will be open tomorrow, and is chock full with enough boxes, rails and jumps to appease any freestyle skier or rider.
Ski or ride tomorrow on 59 trails and glades with 9 lifts scheduled to spin. First chair for Lower Mountain lifts is planned for 8:00a with Upper Mountain on deck for 8:30a. As always, catch last chair at 4:00p. Tomorrow looks to be an enjoyable day on the mountain, with soft snow, moderate temps and a slight breeze coming from the southwest.
Lift tickets can be purchased at both Stateside and Tramside ticket windows at $69 for adults (ages 19+) and $55 for juniors (ages 6-18)
TONIGHT: Join us for the Vermont Symphony Orchestra’s Holiday Concert, featuring their Counterpoint Choral Group in the Foeger Ballroom starting at 7:00p. Tickets can be purchased at the Hotel Jay Front desk at $20 for general admission and $35 for VIP (Includes a wine-and-cheese tasting, as well as special seating. Doors to the VIP area in the Haynes Room open at 6:00pm).
Stay tuned here, or with the snow phone (802-988-9601) for the latest snow and mountain news.