Mount Snow

Winter is on its way. Snow blanketed the Haystack Mountain trails and parking lots at the Hermitage Club on Tuesday.  Early season storms have given everyone a taste of the coming winter.
Photo by Randy Capitani
Winter is on its way. Snow blanketed the Haystack Mountain trails and parking lots at the Hermitage Club on Tuesday. Early season storms have given everyone a taste of the coming winter. Photo by Randy Capitani
MONTPELIER- Vermont businesses dependent on outdoor sports tourism may be in for a lean winter.  At a press conference on Tuesday, state officials said the number of people in the Northeast who can travel to Vermont without a quarantine had dwindled to just 332,000.  Those who can travel to...
DOVER- A year into new ownership and a few months beyond a big renovation project, the Lodge at Mount Snow is ready to welcome returning guests and new customers for the upcoming winter season. A new management team is in place at the Lodge, and the venerable hotel with the priceless view of...

Mount Snow General Manager Tracy Bartels
DOVER- Customer safety during the winter season is the overriding concern for Mount Snow and Vail Corp. That was the message delivered by Mount Snow General Manager Tracy Bartels and Senior Manager of Communications Jamie Storrs during an online “town hall” meeting with local businesspeople on...
DOVER-  As we were going to press, news was breaking that Vail Corporation had announced a round of layoffs in its Eastern operations division.  This included staff at Mount Snow. 
In  a press release, the company said: 
“As an integrated network of resorts, with a centralized...

Mount Snow general manager Tracy Bartels, in a photo taken at Mount Sunapee, NH, last winter. Bartels took over Mount Snow’s top spot in April.
DOVER- When Tracy Bartels took over the general manager’s job at Mount Snow in early April, to say the transition was unusual is a big understatement. After all, the mountain had been shut down on March 15 after the coronavirus pandemic was declared, people around the valley were reeling from the...

Tony Tribuno
WILMINGTON-  Selectboard members appointed Tony Tribuno to fill a vacant selectboard seat at their regular meeting Tuesday evening.  
The appointment followed interviews of three prospective board members, including Tribuno, Wilmington Works Program Coordinator Meg Staloff, and Wilmington...

View of Mount Snow take last winter
Mount Snow’s summer business is good; Hermitage Club is selling inn properties WILMINGTON - At a Thursday morning meeting of the bi-town economic development committee, comprising members from Wilmington and Dover, the committee heard from the general managers of the valley’s...
Social distancing - a solitary rider enjoying Little Dipper trail at Mount Snow in February. 
Photo courtesy Mount Snow/Facebook
Social distancing - a solitary rider enjoying Little Dipper trail at Mount Snow in February. Photo courtesy Mount Snow/Facebook
Vail Resorts announced today it is offering credits to season pass holders for discounts on passes for next season. The company announced the plan after the majority of Vail's resorts, including Mount Snow, were forced to shut down in mid-March in an effort to help stem the spread of the...
DOVER-  Mount Snow has donated more than 2,000 pounds of food to four local organizations providing meals and groceries during the COVID-19 pandemic.  
When Mount Snow made the decision to close for the rest of the season on March 15, their storerooms were full of supplies in anticipation...
DOVER- Mount Snow is taking the unusual step of closing access to the mountain, barring the public from skiing, boarding or even hiking Mount Snow.  According to Mount Snow spokesman Jamie Storrs, Mount Snow officials made the decision to protect public safety and first responders, and to...

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