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Bolton Valley

Bolton Valley features an alpine ski area and resort village as well as more than 100 km of trails and scenic vistas that all skier ability levels can enjoy. The Nordic Center is a gateway to some of New England's best backcountry terrain but there is also 35 km of trails that are groomed for classic and skate xc skiing. There are guided tours for xc skiing and snowshoeing, clinics, and demo days scheduled - give us a call for details!

Location and Contact Information

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Bolton, VT
Tel: 802 434-3444
Email: nordiccenter@boltonvalley.com

Center's Facilities


Rentals: Yes
Lessons: Yes
Snow Shoeing: Yes
Backcountry Access: Yes
Grooming: Yes

Current Conditions

Updated: 10:16:12 - Thursday Jan 17, 2019
New Snow (past 24 hours): (none)
Average Base Depth: 10 - 20
Base Depth-Groomed 10-20"
Base Depth- Back Country 10-20"
Backcountry terrain 100% open
Recent Snow 12"
Trail Fees $17.00 $14.00 for half day
KM Open: 100
KM Track Set: 10
KM Skate: 10
Surface: Powder, Variable Conditions

Comments:

Good morning! Today is looking like a lovely day to get up here and make some hump-day turns. We’re still riding high on last week’s 30+ inches of snow. Coverage is great and cold temperatures have kept our precious snow pack right where it should be. Temps today will be climbing to the 30 degree mark for the first time in a while. There was grooming on Nordic Terrain. We have received no new snow since grooming and therefrore the trail report should be accurate and tracks should be in tact.