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Sugarbush Re-Opens May 3-4 For Skiing, Golf; Lifts Also Spin At Killington, Jay, Sugarloaf

Sugarbush springSugarbush Resort will re-open this weekend Saturday, May 3 and Sunday, May 4. The resort expects to have 18 trails to ski via the Super Bravo and Heaven’s Gate lifts. But, Sugarbush is not alone. Both Killington and Jay Peak in Vermont continue to spin lifts as does Sugarloaf in Maine.
Trails will be reassessed Saturday afternoon to determine what terrain will be open Sunday. Super Bravo will run 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Heaven’s Gate 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
The Sugarbush Resort Golf Club is also set to be open this weekend with its first day of operation Friday, May 2. A $50 ticket will be valid at both the golf course and the mountain each day.
“To be able to stay open this late into the season with 18 trails is amazing," said Sugarbush’s John Bleh. "Not only that, but with our golf course opening this weekend, we'll have 18 trails to ski and 18 holes to golf. How often can we say that?"
The weekend will mark the 157th and 158th days the mountain will have been open for skiing and riding, one of the longest seasons in the nation. Season passes for next winter remain on sale at their lowest prices through May 7.
Photo: Sugarbush re-opens for skiing, riding and first golf rounds (Sugarbush/Facebook)
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