Season will go on, ending with a hunt at Mount Snow
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DOVER- It’s been quite the winter here in southern Vermont, just what was needed after last year. With the recent winter storms of Stella and Theseus bringing the snowfall totals to 115% of Mount Snow’s yearly average, including 10 inches last weekend alone, Mount Snow has decided to celebrate Easter on skis this year and stay open daily through April 16, weather permitting.

Spring is always a special time at the mountain, full of corn skiing, forgiving bump runs, and soft landings in Carinthia.

Mount Snow will hold Easter egg hunting on April 16, with great prizes to be found, including a 2017/18 Peak Pass.
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