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|07-08-2014 08:43 AM|
Originally Posted by NovoRei View Post
|07-07-2014 10:39 PM|
Stowe is $1700, no night option,far. Excluded. Better buying weekend tickets.
Smugglers. Can't figure out the price, seems to be $650, no night option, far. Excluded. Better doing weekends at Stowe.
Sugarbush. $350, far. Tempting. Seems there's no night option. Weekends only.
Bolton. $570 regular or $140 night (Wed thru Sat for some trails).
The conclusion is $140 night pass at Bolton during week.
The question remain about weekends. Stowe, Sugarbush (likely) or some place farther away?
(I'm a beginner rider).
|07-06-2014 08:44 PM|
|mdc||Sugarbush. If you are in your 20's they have a great season pass deal.|
|07-06-2014 10:00 AM|
|andrewdod||You're within an hour and a half of many resorts. You're also not far from New Hampshire should you want to get a break from the crowds or a change of scenery. I think we have better snow in NH than VT anyhow.|
|07-04-2014 10:00 PM|
If by after work you mean night skiing you are pretty much limited to Bolton. It's a bit closer than Stowe as well. I think they may have a combo Bolton/Smugglers Notch season pass which would be pretty good.
If night isn't an option most would say Stowe. Assuming you can handle the sticker price of a season pass.
|07-04-2014 05:44 PM|
|ekb18c||Stowe mountain also|
|07-04-2014 04:10 PM|
Resorts close to Burlington VT
Would anyone recommend a resort for season pass?
I will be moving to Burlington and would ride after work / weekend. Needs to be near (less than half hour).
Would Bolton be the only option?