This morning we were greeted with a beautiful site, as the sun rose up in the valley, exposing the ridge and the Sky Haus like a beacon beckoning us to continue our journey up Rt. 242. Morning’s like this are another reminder of why northern Vermont is such a beautiful place; majestic and awe inspiring.
Today looks to be a banner day out there as you will be skiing or riding on 15 trails and 1 terrain park serviced by 8 lifts. Lower Mountain lifts are scheduled to spin at 8:00a with the Triple, Flyer and Tram slated to fire up at 8:30a. As always, last chair for all is at 4:00p. Temps are still cool, just breaking 20 at the base, so be sure to layer up. Lastly, the wind of yesterday has calmed down, meaning it won’t feel like you’re inside a wind tunnel.
Lift tickets are priced at $69 for adults (ages 19+) and $55 for juniors (ages 6-18) and can be purchased at both Tramside and Stateside Customer Service locations.
In case 15 trails and 1 park only entertain you for so long, we have Vermont’s only indoor waterpark and our very own ice arena to get your adrenaline pumping. Looking to just relax? Check out our Spa, located in the Tram Haus Lodge, to service all your R&R needs.
You can stay tuned here or at our Snow Phone (802-988-9601) for the latest snow and mountain news.
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