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z_Mount Snow 3 Day Downhill Mountain Biking

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About z_Mount Snow 3 Day Downhill Mountain Biking

  • Details

    This deal is for three consecutive days of Downhill Mountain Biking lift and trail access at Mount Snow.

    Canyon Express Lift (JULY 2 - AUGUST 29)
    Wednesday - Thursday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
    Friday - Sunday: 10:00am - 5:00pm

    Canyon Express Lift (AUGUST 30 - OCTOBER 13)
    Labor Day 10am-5pm
    Weekends 10am-5pm
    Columbus Day 10am-5pm

    **Please note, Mount Snow requires the person purchasing the tickets to pick up the tickets at the mountain. Discounted lift tickets purchased online are non-refundable.**

  • Pick-up Instructions

    You may pick up your tickets at Mount Snow Sports at The Grand. Please present your voucher along with ID. Please note: The person who purchases tickets to Mount Snow must redeem the tickets at Mount Snow Sports at The Grand during regular business hours. Discounted lift tickets purchased online are non-refundable.**


    1. If unfamiliar with riding the chair lift please alert the lift attendant.
    2. Read all Instructions posted at the base of the lift.
    3. Stand at the red wait line – when prompted proceed to the green load line.
    4. Next, turn to look at the chair.
    5. Sit down when chair arrives, lower the retention bar, stay seated, avoid excessive movements.
    6. Prepare to unload by raising the retention bar – stand at the unload sign and move quickly to the exit.

    HIKING WARNING! There are many inherent and other risks involved in the sport of hiking, including but not limited to: the unevenness of the hiking surface, with steep, slippery, overgrown conditions which may hide natural and man-made objects.

    Be aware that even minor injuries can become life-threatening emergencies when they occur away from rescue personnel or when hiking alone. The trails are not patrolled and it takes a great deal of time for rescue personnel to locate, reach and evacuate an injured hiker.

    By completing this online purchase I am agreeing, that in the event anyone makes any claim against Mount Snow Ltd., or any of its owners, officers, directors, shareholders, agents and/or employees (Mount Snow), as a result of my activities or those of my child (if applicable) on its premises or the use
    of its facilities, that I will RELEASE and indemnify and hold harmless Mount Snow from such claims.

    I further agree that any dispute arising under this contract and/or from any of my or my child’s use of the premises or facilities at Mount Snow shall be litigated exclusively in the Superior Court of Windham County, Vermont, or the U.S. District Court for the District of Vermont.

    To the extent that I am signing this document on behalf of a minor, I represent and warrant that I have full authority to do so realizing the full binding effect of this contract on the minor as well as on me and I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless Mount Snow for any claims brought on behalf of the minor relating to any injuries, disability or damages allegedly sustained by the minor while he/she was using the Mount Snow premises including chair lift rides, hiking & other activities.

    If any portion of this agreement is determined to be unenforceable, then all other parts shall remain in full force and effect.

Mount Snow Ski Report, Mountain Conditions and Resort Statistics

1,900 ft Base Elevation
3,600 ft Peak Elevation
1,700 ft Vertical Drop

At Mount Snow, every day is a bluebird day, and it’s not just the sunny days that put a smile on your face here. That bluebird day happens when you’re carving the perfect corduroy created by our top-notch groomers. That bluebird day is made no matter what Mother Nature throws our way thanks to Vermont’s most powerful snowmaking system, anchored by more than 250 fan guns. And thanks to the Bluebird Express - North America’s only six passenger bubble lift – your ride to the top is protected from Mother Nature’s worst. With 588 skiable acres spread across four mountain faces - from steeps of the North Face to 100-acres of freestyle terrain at Carinthia to wide cruisers on the Main Face and Sunbrook – you can find what makes your bluebird day with every turn. Plus, Mount Snow is the southern-most major resort in Vermont, so a whole season of bluebird days is not far from where you live. And with an abundance of lodging options conveniently located on the resort along with great dining and nightlife, your vacation is worry-free. The best snow, the best lifts, the best parks and a real big mountain experience can all be found at Mount Snow....Read more

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