It’s crowded, but as always you can find a quiet line if you know the hill. Â. has a new direct link to Mount Snow’s online discount lift ticket page. Was known as Riese’s Run for the 2003-2004 Season as the result of a “name a trail” charity auction. Generally groomed. Racing trail with timing shacks on the bottom 1/3 of the mountain, entered off of Exhibition. For the unsuspecting intermediate, this is a death trap. It fell off the Carinthia map in ’08-’09. Refers to the large beginner/novice area served by the carpets, rope tow, and short chair. I’ve been at Mount Snow on windy, icy days when the summit runs were horrifying, yet people positively ignore the Ego Alley chair. Overall it’s probably a good move both from a marketing perspective and for giving the younger crowd their own space…Another BIG change this year, management has eliminated “Upper” from the Carinthia trails, which reduces the trail count, and, snow reports won’t be giving trail count but rather “open acreage.” It may help calculate how much terrain is available, and the reported numbers will not include tree terrain….They’ve also borrowed a page from our description style below — but even more so — Sneaux will have formal trail designations: Premium, Classic, and Natural. ASC used this name for the upper portion of — you guessed it — Titanium, mainly to increase trail count. Most of it can be negotiated by a strong novice, although the continuous audience might be intimidating. Older trail, 4700′ length that runs the liftline of the Ego Alley chair. An old Carinthia-era trail with no snowmaking. Lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, fully equipped townhouse for up to six guests across the street from the Carinthia base area at Mount Snow. The bag check at the main lodge is well staffed and really a nice perk. This novice trail wraps around the Seasons Condominiums, cuts through a tunnel, and returns to the base of Coopers. Trails, from right to left: Olympic is shown in black, Fallen Timbers in yellow. Carinthia is one of the quirks at Mount Snow. An older trail, one of the gentler grades on North Face, now bisected by Freefall. Section was briefly reopened as Jiblet, but has since turned into a tubing-only area. Sometimes closed for racing. Seldom groomed, second to Ripcord in steepness and reputation. Called Lower Mainstreet on Mount Snow’s 1986 trail map. Interesting trivia is that this trail originally appeared on the trail map with no name, it simply had an asterisk * with the footnote “To Be Named.”. It has some unusual pitches, and slopes to skier’s right higher up. It doesn’t get a lot of traffic, so it doesn’t bump up…but it does glaze over, and frequently. Well all you really need to know is that even in this horrible season, the list of positives was a lot longer than the list of negatives. Groomed regularly. The only truly challenging terrain in the Ego Alley section is Sap Tapper, yet another of Mount Snow’s very tight tree skiing areas. At one time much of Long John/Little John were known as Deer Run. This is a flat, “play in the snow” area in front of the Carinthia Lodge, no lift service, nor is one required. Trail was called Upper Villager on Mount Snow’s 1986 map. Very short drop that connects Upper Exhibition with the Sundance-bound section of Link; also used to connect to Ego Alley. With the recently completed Bluebird Express and snowmaking improvements underway, it was a bad year for Mother Nature to say “feh.” But that’s what she did. It’s no surprise that Mount Snow, in part due to Carinthia, has produced several Olympic athletes, including Kelly Clark (bronze medal in women’s snowboard halfpipe), Devin Logan (silver in women’s ski slopestyle), and Nick Goepper (bronze in men’s ski slopestyle). The Novice skier has an obvious choice: Long John — formerly Deer Run. It’s a good test for emerging intermediates looking to better their game. Moldy oldie dates from at least 1970. Long John is one of the most beloved novice summit routes in the USA. Nitro runs the liftline of the Nitro Express chair – shown on this map as Upper & Lower Nitro. Run-out trail starting at the end of Snowdance, collecting skiers from Overbrook, Un Blanco, Illusion, etc. Has a bit of a double fall line here and there. Mount Snow, another member of the Epic Pass system, offers skiers an opportunity to ski in Southern Vermont on four mountain faces: Main Mountain, North Face, Sunbrook, and Carinthia. The original Carinthia Ski Area is shown at lower left. Unfortunately it received little use and was seldom open; it had been converted to a tubing hill, then a learning park. Generally groomed. Advanced Skiers will be hard pressed to find a more enjoyable trail than Fallen Timbers on the North Face. Steep, not generally groomed. Well that all changed when Peak Resorts purchased Sneaux from the slow strangulation of American Skiing Co. Nitro went back to Nitro, and the hits and jibs went back to the Heavy Metal Chair. Used for going from Long John, Deer Run, and the Sundance area to the Summit chairs. Another popular route off the Ego Alley chair is the aforementioned Link to Meadow or Sundance trails in the Sundance section. Sometimes icy & windblown at the narrow top of the trail. The transition from the end of Deer Run/Long John to Cooper’s can be a bit daunting for the pure novice. Challenger triple chair shown in red, Northface triple shown in green. It is rumoured in skiing circles that the original, lower novice area (shown in the foreground in this photo) will be developed for other uses. Not clear where this is; believed to be one of the slopes that drops toward the Main Base Lodge. Cloud Nine runs the upper 2/3 liftline of the Sunbrook quad. Traverse connects Long John and Deer Run to Standard. An old Carinthia-era trail, narrow, no snowmaking, seldom groomed, a real test for most intermediates. Beginners have plenty of places to go, from Ski Baba to the Launch Pad, but there is one spot that absolutely rules as soon as the beginner is capable of riding a chairlift: Cooper’s Junction. Employees weren’t smiling as much as usual; there seemed to be a general sense that this was a tough season. Good intro to tree skiing at Mount Snow; an unofficial area for many years. Like Beaver Hill, grooming on Tail is hit or miss, and again, it mainly just funnels skiers to the base area. On some of our maps and such you’ll see a terrain park called “Un Blanco Gulch,” which was reverted back to the lower Canyon trail, and then re-named Roller Coaster, which is what they call it now. Both end at the aforementioned Grand Central runout trail. Formerly Ski Baba, this is a little novice hill adjacent to Deer Creek Condominiums, served by double chair of the same name. The best & most popular mountain biking trails in Mount Snow. It’s also a more interesting run. 1980s summit trail re-named Upper Choke and now simply the top part of Choke. It is sometimes groomed, but it really doesn’t need to be. Or, snowshoe on your own by purchasing a trail pass at Mount Snow Sports. Some trails are slowly opening up in northern Vermont. Usually groomed. Further down Deer Run/Little John, Sundance chair skiers can jump onto Uncle’s, another trail without snowmaking. The thing to note is that while Sundance and Meadow are frequently groomed, the two trails that serve them — Shootout and Hop — are manicured less frequently. The upper section of the Sundance liftline is the Shootout trail. Main summit chair circa 1957. Around Me Search . Short chute connects Long John to Thanks Walt. Groomed regularly. The Beartrap run is sort of an oddball; it’s a fairly steep show-off mogul stage for hotshots, complete with piped in music, plenty of teenagers, and a continuous audience on the lift above. All in all the old girl held up quite nicely during a darn difficult year. A pleasant twist through the woods. Reverted to Canyon in November, 2008 when the Mid-sized terrain park was moved to Carinthia. Skiers were required to return to the Main Face. Be aware that the line for the Six moves faster than you might think. Rusty Nail is a medium-feature, natural park. As mentioned above, these are two of the most beloved “novice turnpikes” in all of New England, and perhaps the entire country. Starts with a mini pipe, then goes to medium and large features. Jiblet was a name used briefly for this area in the late 2000s. Once a much longer slope, served by its own chair, extended down the hillside now occupied by Grand Summit Hotel. Somerset is a way to move across the Main Face from Canyon Express, but honestly, you’re better off skiing down a regular trail and traversing at the base. We have some of the best hiking in the country. Trail originally called Upper Titanium and Titanium during the 1990s, was Upper and Lower Villager in 1986. Usually groomed; it can be crowded on weekends or holidays when Long John becomes a bowling alley and skiers seek an escape. Runs from main Summit area to Sunbrook base; part of it follows the original Coldbrook trail (not to be confused with the old Cold Brook at Carinthia) built in 1970. For beginners, it’s an excellent transition from surface lifts to chairs. Formerly its own mountain, Carinthia was absorbed by Mount Snow in 1986. Moderately steep. (No. These are but minor issues to Mount Snow fans, who point instead to variety, accessibility, and above all, service. Probably the easiest of the black diamonds on the North Face, a fun trail with varying pitches. For a lot of skiers, however, the trip to the summit is all about two key trails at Mount Snow: Deer Run (part of which is now “Little John”) and Long John. Although rated intermediate, is clearly a novice trail, except no novice terrain feeds it. Frequent poling and sometimes walking is required. Nitro spent a year with a “name this park” title. Annoying traverse that runs from Titanium to Stugger’s Chute, bisecting the sterrain parks on Nitro and Iron Run. We have 8 lifts scheduled for Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Over at Carinthia, you'll find four parks open with 8 features on Grommet, 17 features on The Gulch, and 21 features on Nitro, and Prospector is now open with 11 features. Pat’s Pitch is a short wall — sort of like Yard Sale — under the Summit Local. Trail is now known as “Roller Coaster.”. The Sundance chair serves a number of intermediate favorites, although these trails are lower in the pecking order of snowmaking priority. Although they are open, you go into these areas entirely at your own risk. Other than the jibs, jabs, pipes, hits, kickers, and whatever else have you, the Gulch was easily negotiated by low intermediates. Fallen Timbers generally has the best snow conditions, and with terrain that offers periods of respite, is probably the easiest route in this section. Let’s hope management spins the old lifts a little more often. Generally groomed; not shown on the parkified 2008-2009 Carinthia map. PDF and Plummet are narrow and, more often than not, bumped up. It has some ledges and double fall line hills, it often gets seeded with bumps for a section, and it has some blind rollers. Thanks to low avalanche risk, this peak just north of the town of Roslyn is a popular all-day trip, rising... Sun Top Lookout. Extreme looker’s left on Carinthia map. Call 802-464-6606 for prices and reservations. And finally Darkside of the Moon is a loosely defined tree skiing area between the upper trails. Inferno and El Diablo reverted to earlier names. It’s rated a blue square simply because it leads only to blue square or higher, and thus discourages novices from following it to their doom. The Inspiring Story of Alabama’s Chinnabee Silent Trail, 4 Amazing Spots for Viewing Fall Foliage Near Philadelphia, Knoxville Native Kevin Humphrey: Kicking Off an Adventure on Wheels, Fishing Around Charlotte: Insider Tips from a Lifelong Enthusiast. The upper portion is known today as Little Dipper, which cautious intermediates will find much easier than Big Dipper. The main route off this lift is an intermediate run on the main face called — surprise — Ego Alley. This used to be a great training area, but when I used this trail in early 2006 I was told by the Covered Bridge liftie that it was NOT for routine skiing — the trail was only to be used for returning to your car, and the lift was for the tubing operation. Committed is technically on the Main Face, but since its main purpose is to lead skiers to Jaws and Ripcord, many think of it as part of the North Face mix. Carinthia’s features include a superpipe (on Iron Run), a mini-pipe (on Mine Shaft), and several runs with kickers, hits, and jibs of varying sizes and difficulty (rated S to XL on the trail map). Varying pitches, some jumps, some steeps. Ridge also has the advantage of being one of the few trails with snowmaking in this particular grouping. Now part of Little Dipper and the lower portion of Thanks Walt; trail can no longer be skied straight through as it once was. For years it was largely underutilized, during recent times has become a mecca for freeskiing/park/halfpipe etc. The Sundance you ski today was the lower segment of the Lift Line 7 trail in the 1970s and 1980s. The Appalachian Trail and Vermont's Long Trail are easily accessible from Southern Vermont's Deerfield Valley. Tree skiing section in the Sundance area, accessed from Ridge. But it bumps up quickly, and becomes virtually unskiable for the average black diamond enthusiast. Old-timers still refer to it as Standard, although it is now officially on the trail map as “Canyon.” Standard, err. The main difference is in the grooming; generally one or the other is tamed. These include the Voyager and Apollo “carpets” and Gemini rope tow, all in the Launch Pad area between the clock tower and the ski school. Ego Alley chair shown in red, Ego Alley trail in yellow. Read skier and snowboarder-submitted reviews on Mount Snow that rank the ski resort and mountain town on a scale of one to five stars for attributes such as terrain, nightlife and family friendliness. Accessed from the Canyon Express chair. He put it through an ice crusher, and spread the chips on the ski trails. Has followed the same route for decades. This leaves three important runs that are generally accessed by summit chair skiers, all of which have “upper” trails: Exhibition, Lodge and Ledge. It reverted to Fairway for the 2006-2007 season.Trail was known as Carinthian Fairway prior to Mount Snow ownership, then re-named Upper and Lower Fairway after the sale, then converted to El Diablo slopestyle terrain park, then back to Fairway for 2006, and then Vermonster for 2007-2008. South Bowl is perhaps the most popular of the non-Deer Run/Long John routes, and is described in the Sundance section above. Narrower than most of the trails in Sundance, and not always groomed, can be one of the tougher blues at Mount Snow even though it isn’t very steep. Canyon . Sunbrook’s tree skiing area. Uncle’s is one of the true throwback trails at Mount Snow; a narrow, ungroomed New England classic that feels like a little bit of 1958. A natural park trail; features are built when snowfall permits. Mount Snow’s trail map (and everything else for that matter) boasts a 1700′ vertical on a 1900′ base elevation with a 3600′ summit. Opened in 1970 as the Sunny Side Sunbrook area, this section is a sentimental favorite for Mount Snow families and skiers who like a quieter experience. Full name was Darkside of the Moon. See Grommet, above. Formerly known as Lower Sundance, late 70s early 80s. Longest route on Mount Snow, beloved novice trail. On mountain changes and new trail names/terrain parks described below. Another ASC name creation to increase trail count, the section of Iron Run from the Prospector trail to the Caved In traverse. Brief name for traverse linking Titanium to bottom of Mine Shaft, used to access lower segment of Claim Jumper. It’s well removed from the rest of Sunbrook, so it doesn’t interfere with the other trails, and the kids & families tend to avoid it. Three routes run from the top of the Sunbrook Chair. But no matter where you’re skiing, Standard (or at least the end of it) should be your “way home” at the end of the day. Beartrap under Beartrap double chair. Extra Large park features. For this reason it is frequently an exhilirating experience for skiers making the jump to the top for the first time. If that gets boring, shuttle over to Cooper’s Junction, as the terrain there is a bit more varied and gives you some different options for trails to take, while still being a beginner-only area. Charlie’s Chase is a trail that runs adjacent to Sapbucket, and catches some traffic from Lodge and Standard. For Sundance area skiers who don’t want to bother with Deer Run, or when Hop and Shootout are closed, a quick zip down High Traverse leads to the lower 2/3 of South Bowl, a moderate blue that uses Link to reach Ridge. Each is a minute or less in ride time. We name the best trails for the thrill seekers. Snowdance is a series of dips and undulations that even an emerging intermediate can navigate. An alternative at the end of Deer Run/Long John is to turn skier’s right onto Seasons Pass. Lodge is the most pleasant cruise, and Ledge is more in the narrow/classic New England style. Long, wide trail off the Canyon Express chair; one of the signature groomed cruisers at Mount Snow. When groomed, easy for mid level novices to negotiate. Oldest, longest, most annoying traverse on Mount Snow. Often groomed. Illusion is a narrow route off the terrain park, and is visible just to the right as you ride the chair. Annoying traffic crossings result. Trail was called Lift Line 7 in the 1970s and 80s, followed identical route. Safety valve about a third of the way down Ripcord, this is a short traverse that has saved countless injuries over the past decade. Summit was once known as Upper Ledge, and before that it was Upper Ledges. Overall one of the best trails on the mountain. The traverses are as follows: High Traverse in blue, Link in purple, Low Traverse in white, Somerset Road in orange. Premium are the Standards and Long Johns, virtually always groomed. The more commonly used option is to take Ridge after a short stint on Deer Run/Little John. Because of its rolling style and periodic pitches, there are some blind spots below; be advised to slow somewhat as you crest the various pitches to assure a clear route below. Where Drop becomes Yard Sale, this trail offers escape along the snowcat road below the pond at the bottom of Sundance. On weekends this trail is sometimes used for racing, but skiers can easily move to Exhibition and Lodge without too much trouble. Start on the Seasons lift and move up to the Tumbleweed Triple when you’re feeling confident. Rolling terrain, could be handled by a high-end novice. Mid mountain tree skiing section skier’s right off Ego Alley. A 50-acre parcel near the Mount Snow ski in southern Vermont is going to be developed into a number of recreational trails over the next five years.The town … Trail has existed for decades, name seems to be more recent. Short route, 1900′ long, partly under the Summit Local. Not generally groomed. Open Trails . Tunnel Vision shown in orange. When America entered the space age, he added lift cars that seemed to be flown in by George Jetson. When groomed and conditions are decent, Freefall can be negotiated by high level intermediates. Got that? Future X-Game Big Air competitors head to Inferno for its oversize gap jumps. Other than Ridge, this is arguably the most-used route on this part of the mountain, as it has snowmaking and frequent grooming for its entire length. In other words, the fan guns and the early season snowmaking have paid off, and Mount Snow appears to once again be a major force in the northeast ski scene. Grand Summit Express shown in red, Summit Local shown in green. Trail connects Long John on the Main Face to Nitro, Titanium, and Iron Run, and then becomes a true Carinthia trail, where it collects traffic from Mine Shaft and Claim Jumper. Haystack was purchased and added to Mount Snow in 1994, and sold off during 2005. The Plunge is a double-diamond drop adjacent to Ripcord, seldom open. Drop is a short intermediate trail that branches off skier’s left from the Sundance trail, and leads to the center of the Main Face. Last but not least is River Run, the one trail on the North Face rated for intermediates. Bull Whip is one of the best known trails at Mount Snow and it was adapted in 2018 from an intermediate blue jump trail to an expert black jump trail with more commital jumps and drops. Now listed as a “Natural Snowfall Park” in that Mount Snow will build features as conditions permit. Plan to ski and ride on 42 trails, with 33 of those donning corduroy. But some of these kids do, and some of them do very amazing things. Not usually groomed. Almost constantly groomed but it doesn’t much matter, trail mainly just funnels skiers to the base area. Experts find a real test on Ripcord, regardless of how skilled they are. He built a luxury hotel, quirky restaurants, a heated outdoor pool, state-of-the-art lifts — a lot of them — and more. However, even advanced skiers might be inclined to spend some time here, as the Main Face is where Mount Snow’s impressive capabilities for snowmaking are focused, and you can find conditions surprisingly skiable here even when New England is enduring one of its none-too-infrequent dry spells. Liftlines are short, even during holidays. Lodge, then Sapbucket, run the liftline of the Summit Local. Cloud Nine ultimately joins Shooting Star, or vice versa. The re-routing a few years ago of inbound vehicles seems to be working quite nicely for main base traffic. Virtually every trail looks like it was supposed to be there. Runs from top of Sunbrook, ends at junction with Big Dipper where Big flattens out. Has been on the map for decades, although the name didn’t appear until more recently. Sometimes groomed, as the photo at right shows. Both are typical Mount Snow blue squares. Mount Snow has the well-earned reputation of being the closest “real” ski mountain to the urban areas of the Mid-Atlantic. Built in 1996; the 2006 version is shown in this photo. Some skiers prefer Long John, but Deer Run has more challenge for the average novice, and will move the skier along faster. One corner with a pitch, but a high end novice can usually handle it. Trail now called Canyon was known as Standard for about 55 years. In the western hemisphere, for that matter. Usually always groomed. Good practice area. Skiers who use Sundance and Drop can enjoy two short but sweet Ego Alley runs, Yard Sale, a very brief and not too tough black diamond, and Beaver Tail, a novice trail that receives a lot of traffic. Rather than continue waiting on Mother Nature, Schoenknecht procured 500 tons of ice. Beaver Hill . Named as a separate trail sometime in the early 1980s. All have snowmaking. These are VERY EARLY SEASON CONDITIONS! Generally groomed. Trail was called Stugger’s Folly in the Carinthia Days, then re-named Stugger Chute after Mount Snow took over, then Inferno, then back to Stuggers Chute, then re-named Inferno with the 2008 parkification. 6. Ski and snowboard enthusiasts from around the world: We have been proud to provide you with free access to snow reports, resort guides and more, and we are beyond grateful for your readership and contributions to our community over the years. © 2021 RootsRated, Inc. All rights reserved. Be aware that the right-hand side of Snowdance (skier’s right) is often ungroomed. Andy and Dandan Fisher - Steam Around the World Recommended for you Intermediates in the know work the 4.5 minute ride on the Canyon Express (#9) for Standard (now called Canyon) and Snowdance, instead of bothering with the more windblown conditions on the summit. Known as Jaws of Death until recently. He goes to this university and i meet up with him two days ago and he they were going to start working on some new trails at mount snow in a week or two which will include a lot of North Shore and some jumps. It’s seldom groomed, but doesn’t usually bump up too much. Unchanged for decades, although the specific territory referred to as Choke used to include the very topmost portion of Standard (now Canyon). Nasty. Narrow and not groomed frequently, it is often a bit tough for most intermediates. Tell everyone that you're a ski bum... send your name and address to, Ski Tune Up Guide: Waxing, Ptexing, Maintenance and More. The approximate routes of Deer Run/Little John and neighboring Long John are shown in yellow. Usually always groomed. I guarantee you will be impressed. Today’s Switchback is in the same vicinity. Although “Jaws of Death” opened in 1958, the North Face didn’t receive a dedicated lift until 1963. Sunbrook quad chair shown in red, Beartrap double shown in green. 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