WARREN, Vermont — Is it possible to have too much of a good thing? Not at Sugarbush. A week after announcing that they would keep the resort’s Lincoln Peak open through April 27th, Sugarbush officials sweetened the extended season. Starting Monday April 21st, all lift tickets will be only $29.
As originally scheduled, the resort closed its Mt. Ellen operations on March 31st and had planned to keep Lincoln Peak open through April 20th. On that day, resort officials had planned to close, evaluate the snow conditions and decide whether or not to reopen for the following weekend. But with one of the deepest snow packs in the state and a forecast of sunshine and blue sky, Sugarbush decided to keep the chairs spinning at Lincoln Peak through the end of the month.
“If all of the sunshine and snow wasn’t enough, a $29 lift ticket is a great reason to come celebrate the end of a phenomenal season,” said Sugarbush’s Communications Director JJ Toland.
The extended opening is contingent upon snow conditions remaining good and Mother Nature’s continued cooperation. The resort’s lift schedule and food and beverage operations for April 21-27 will be determined in the coming days.