As the Warren Select Board gave their written letter of support for the Trust for Public Land to add the 512-acre Rice parcel to the Green Mountain National Forest near Lincoln Gap, the board heard complaints from an
Sugarbush president and CEO Win Smith is supportive of local efforts to address The Valley’s lack of workforce housing, but his need for seasonal staff for the 2018-19 ski season means he’s got to move forward with his
In the wake of recent unauthorized trail cutting at Sugarbush, the resort is re-educating the public on its vegetation management plan.
The illegal cutting took place this past summer in the North Lynx area. The
Mad River Glen to open
Mother Nature was kind to The Valley and its ski slopes this year and Sugarbush’s opening weekend was its busiest official opening day on record. And although there’s
Thanks to over a foot of recent natural snow and the hard work of snowmakers, Sugarbush Resort plans to open a day early for 2018-19 season pass holders. Friday’s terrain will consist of Snowball and Spring Fling,
Retaining their independence helps Sugarbush and Mad River Glen contribute to the character of The Valley while helping shape its business climate. That was the word from resort leaders and others in the industry who
The squeaky wheel gets the grease. Sugarbush president Win Smith met with Tom Dunn, CEO of the Vermont Electric Power Company (VELCO), to discuss a proposed 140-foot tower on top of Lincoln Peak and the two agreed that a
Every Columbus Day Weekend for the past decade Sugarbush has played host to Community Weekend – a multitude of family-friendly events on what can often be peak foliage in the Mad River Valley. This year, Community
Sugarbush president and owner Win Smith said the resort is very opposed to a proposal by VELCO to replace existing towers and antennas at the top of Lincoln Peak with one new 140-foot tower.
“That’s a very
It’s a big weekend for fall celebrations at both Sugarbush and Mad River Glen. Sugarbush is hosting its annual Community Weekend on October 6 and 7 while Mad River Glen hosts its annual Green and Gold
The Valley Reporter got a first-hand look inside the Frendly Gathering festival held at Sugarbush’s Mt. Ellen on June 28-30.
On top of Mt. Ellen, surrounded by people from every corner of New England and farther,
To The Editor:
I would like to thank Nancy Coombs for her very thoughtful letter to The Valley Reporter last week. It means a great deal to our staff at Sugarbush to read compliments like hers. We are very lucky
Killington is hosting its second Women’s Alpine World Cup after a successful initial year.
Last year was a monumental moment for eastern alpine racing as Killington hosted the first World Cup event on the East
It’s been a tough start to the school year for Warren Elementary School students, staff, parents and a community and, hopefully, that’s all behind them now that the school has reopened after being closed for mold,
Warren Elementary School students are attending classes this week at Sugarbush’s Lincoln Peak after the discovery of black mold and asbestos kept their school closed longer than expected.
A roof leak on September
A Waitsfield man, Peter Stevenson, was the first to notice and then hike in to explore and photograph an extensive mudslide in the Slide Brook area of Fayston last week.
The slide occurred on August 24, he said,
The Vermont Mountain Bike Festival returned to The Valley for the second year in a row and it ran much smoother than the first year.
“It’s a great outdoor, family-friendly event that showcases the beauty of The
The Eastern States Cup Sugarbush Showdown series this past Sunday, July 16, featured both enduro and downhill mountain bike races with a combined cash and prize purse of $3,200. The enduro race saw 154 competitors with
SCAM: Super cool and mellow.
That’s the attitude that Jack Mitrani brings to Frendly Gathering, the music festival that he and his friend Danny Davis started seven years ago. The festival will be coming to the
It was the best of times; it was the worst of times. And then it was the best of times, and then it was the worst of times again. This ski season had more ups and downs than the Rat trail. But I like the perspective one
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