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Terrain trumps nightlife in the bucolic Mad River Valley, but the food and lodging hold their own.
If resorts had therapists, Sugarbush would be diagnosed as "borderline bipolar, monitor for schizophrenia." Fortunately, it's open-minded enough (and big enough) that the shabby and the chic can peacefully coexist for the love of a mountain.
"Modernizing the Castlerock double? How dare they?" asks a reader. Relax, 'Rock-heads. Sugarbush managers know better than to mess with perfection.
Published: September 2001
Wayward skiers can now take guided tours through Slide Brook, the 2,000-acre basin between Sugarbush North and South.
One of Vermont's premiere resorts will change hands this fall if a deal announced Monday goes through.
After twenty years of negotiation, Sugarbush cuts a land swap with the US Forest Service.
A snowstorm has dropped up to three feet of snow on several ski resorts, and it is expected to blow all night. Opening day may even come sooner than expected for some areas.
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