Mad River Glen

  • A look back at the winter of 2017

    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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  • Lillard takes the helm at Mad River Glen

    Matt Lillard, Mad River Glen’s new general manager, reported for duty at his new job at the beginning of the month when the trails were icy and bare and only the Practice Slope was open.

    This week, on March 14,

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  • Lillard is new Mad River Glen general manager

    Mad River Glen has hired Matt Lillard as its new general manager. Lillard is moving back to Vermont from Eaglecrest Ski Area in Juneau, Alaska, where he has been general manager for the past five years. Prior to his

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  • All-terrain gear changes skinning Mad River Glen and policies

    Mad River Glen marketing director Eric Friedman drove over the Appalachian Gap one night earlier this month and got down to the Mad River Glen parking lot, which he found full of people.

    It wasn’t the first time

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  • Ski/ride conditions improving

    As of December 6, Sugarbush boasts the most open acreage on the East Coast. The resort opened Castlerock for hiking access this week and is now open top to bottom. Sugarbush currently has 38 trails open and has seen 30

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  • Sugarbush and Mad River Glen kick off winter right with the Big Kicker

    Sugarbush Resort and Mad River Glen are kicking off the 2016-17 winter season this Saturday, November 19. Similar to the last couple of years, The Big Kicker is at American Flatbread at Lareau Farm in Waitsfield from 5

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  • Mad River Glen breaks the Internet with season closure

    When Mad River Glen informed its skiers and the public that it was closing for the season on Monday morning, March 14, the social media reaction was overwhelming.

    In an email to skiers and in a Facebook post, Mad

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  • MRG co-op celebrates two decades

    “The key thing was Mad River’s brand loyalty. That was the key driver, that and a committed group of people who wanted the mountain to survive,” said Deri Meier, one of the handful of people who helped make Mad River

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