Whats New for the 2012-13 season, Vermont Ski and Ride

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Statewide, VT (PRWEB) 28 September 2012

Despite popular assumptions Vermont ski resorts have staff not hibernate during the warmer months. Summer is the time to gather feedback from fans and visitors and investing time and money in big improvements to keep our country fresh and friendly. Our resorts have been hard at work planning and preparing millions of dollars of improvements for winter fun!

Here’s the latest and greatest news in upgrades, enhancements, additions, and more:

Bromley Mountain

Bromley is always willing to undergo a long-awaited renovation of its base lodge for the coming winter season. stick with the first intake of the total investment for the upgrade experience and guest comfort But renovations do not stop there. The adult first timer program is currently own changesintroducing GET – Guaranteed tight turns you get on the slopes quickly and successfully! The revised program includes to get an indoor instructional time to know your teachers on an intimate level, and provides a GET frequent skier card, the rebates and incentives for future lift tickets, lessons and equipment. The 2012/13 season will too! HKD 60 new energy-efficient tower guns on five different routes, and the top of the mountain for a total investment of $ 200,000 in snow


Burke Mountain

Under new ownership May 2012, the mountain has over 50 Olympic athletes had its share of exciting winter, but this may top them all. Just announced $ 108 million dollars will be invested over three years in snowmaking facilities and accommodation on the mountain, including 4 mountain lodge facilities. Two is just below the center of Burke detachable quad, a third at the site of the current mid-Burke Lodge, and the last in the area near the Tamarack Grill to be built. With a significant snow cannons project completed this fall than 100 high efficiency and snow fan guns were installed snowmaking system increased by more than 50%.

Burke’s new high-speed quad will carry guests to the summit in about 1/3 the time of the Willoughby Chair, which means more time to their favorite deep-winding trails or in the 100 + acres of glades, including 5 new clearings for this season. Guests, world-class athletes and Burke Mountain Academy students celebrate an earlier opening than ever before and enjoy spring skiing and snowboarding more than ever. All this is just the beginning, as Burke continues. A modern version of all that Vermont ski great


Jay Peak Resort

On heels news that Jay Peak Resort adjacent Burke Mountain acquired, the mountain also announced an additional $ 30 million in resort-wide improvements for the 2012-13 season. While past revitalization efforts have been focused primarily on the tram side of the resort, the attention will now extend to the state-side area and the summit of Jay Peak. A new 8,500-square-foot Mountain Learning Center at State Side, a rental and repair shop, a ski and ride school, a caf? And a day care center. Two new lifts will also be installed. A firm grip quad chairlift will carry guests from the state side base, over the 720 terrain park, unloading offers directly over the taxi way visitors easier access to the tram side of the mountain. The other, a moving carpet. Part of the new dedicated learning area upslope from the mountain Learning Center Jay Peak will also transform their Sky House in a 120-seat restaurant. Was originally opened in 1967 as the top station of the resort tram, the Sky House has never had a really well established restaurant. The new restaurant offers soups, salads, sandwiches, beer and wine.

But that’s not all another $ 170 million will be invested over the next 3 years, open to the West Bowl and sustained improvement to State Side. New lifts, trails, a hotel complex and skier service facilities will be built on the West Bowl, while 100 apartments and 84-unti hotel and medical center is planned for State Side.

Killington Resort

Killington Resort has over 20 million dollars in the last five years building the Skye Peak Express Quad, improving snowmaking and prepares to build new Killingtons invested Peak Lodge facility. Crews soon drains from the Killington Peak Lodge complete the K-1 Lodge, as well as the foundation, foundations and ground floor walls set the new plant. The construction management company, Engelberth from Colchester, VT is building in the spring of 2013 again in 2013 with the intention of the new plant for Christmas. In addition, they will continue to update snowmaking equipment and tuning trails.

Magic Mountain

Magic Mountain teamed up with Timberland quest to year-round challenge and adventure to bring a tree-lined slopes in 2012. They’ve offered a multiple skill level Tree-versing high ropes course that scales the lower portions of magic, aerial zip lines take you back down the hill. Tree-crossing is a new, year-round, nature-oriented sport that is a big compliment one of the most exciting and interesting ski area in southern Vermont.


With the new skier-owned Magic Partnership million dollar capital, the 2012-13 season will mark the beginning of the 3-year plan for improving the Magic’s snowmaking system. The goal is to bring to snow earlier, and later in the seasonno consistently no matter what Mother Nature brings. Accessible to over 70% of Magic have snowmaking equipment covering beginner, intermediate and expert trails. While legendary powder days are here, better snowmaking system make every weekend a winter festival.

Mad River Glen

In the first 17 years of co-op ownership, Mad River Glen has invested nearly $ 5 million in capital improvements. Mad Rivers objective is to maintain and preserve the experience rather than overhaul or upgrade. Both the skier-owners and the management understand that skiers come to Mad River to the unique combination of legendary terrain, sense of community, low skier density and intimate atmosphere. We do not want to mess with a winning combination, says President Jamey Wimble. Our capital plan is designed to maintain the existing infrastructure and to make small changes that will improve the overall experience for our skiers.

Mount Snow Resort

Mount Snow has become easier with the world’s largest snowboard manufacturer in an ongoing effort to make the learning experience and more fun than ever before introduction mountain snow Official Burton Learn Center Ride. The center has programs for aspiring drivers aged 3 years to adults who help honing freestyle skills in a Carinthian 10 terrain parks have. The youngest rider – 3-6 years old – can a new dynamic to experience snowboarding lessons at the Burton Riglet park where instructors guide young people through small terrain park features. On top of all, Burton Mount Snow has developed with the latest, most technologically advanced learning devices, the progression from one skill level to the next quickly and easily.

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Mount Snow is also pumping cash into their food and drinks. Go Fish Sushi offers a wide selection of sushi is made fresh daily from the highest quality ingredients. Conveniently located in the Main Base Lodge, Go Fish is grave-and-go meals for skiers and snowboarders looking for a healthy and delicious snack before offering out again to eat on the mountain. Since the state of Vermont is synonymous with farming and agriculture, the finest dairy products and growing some of the best products in the world, is the new Harriman’s Restaurant Farm to Table menu made with fresh produce from local farms. You can really taste the difference.

Cupola, once a legendary shop located about half a mile from the resort on the scenic Route 100, was newly revived b

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