Projected Opening Dates – Northeast (Updated 11/23)


Projected Opening Dates – Northeast (Updated 11/23)

Winter Is Coming!

There is no turning back now. As we head into the third week in November, we can start to hear the lifts turning. Some ski areas might even open this week! Here is a look at planned and projected opening dates for ski resorts around the northeastern United States.

As always, these are subject to change based on mother nature cooperating. But this year, we need to keep an eye on the Covid factor as well. So please check with your local resort before heading to the mountain. And until opening day arrives, let the snow fall, and let the stoke level rise!

Things starting to look nice & frosty up at Sugarloaf in Maine (photo courtesy of Facebook)
Cannon Mountain (Franconia, NH)- Projected opening 11/27
Hunter Mountain (Hunter, NY)- Projected opening 11/25 (updated 11/23)
Jay Peak Resort (Jay, VT)- Projected opening 11/27 (updated 11/23)
Killington Resort (Killington, VT)- Opening 11/20/2020
Mad River Glen (Waitsfield, VT)- Projected opening 12/12 (updated 11/23)
Mount Snow (West Dover, VT)- Projected opening 11/25 (updated 11/23)
Okemo Mountain Resort (Ludlow, VT) – Projected opening 11/25 (updated 11/23)
Stowe Mountain Resort (Stowe, VT)- Projected opening 11/25 (updated 11/17)
Stratton Mountain Resort (Stratton Mountain, VT)- Projected opening 11/25
Sugarbush Resort (Warren, VT)- Projected 11/21 now Delayed/TBD (updated 11/17)
Sugarloaf (Carrabassett Valley, ME )- Projected opening 11/23 (updated 11/23)
Sunday River (Newry, ME)- Projected opening 11/23 (updated 11/23)
Whiteface (Wilmington, NY)- Projected opening 11/27
*Dates provided by resort websites in conjunction with Epic and Ikon Pass where applicable
Snowguns paving the way for opening day at Stowe in Vermont (photo courtesy of Facebook)

Stay Tuned!

Like each snowflake, every opening day is special in its own way, and this year will be no different. Mother Nature and Covid are constantly changing the shape of this upcoming season, so stay tuned to TSR for updates. We will revise dates as they become available and keep you posted on all things snow in the meantime.

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Related: Killington Resort Announces Covid-19 Opening Plans