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Magic Mountain
Londonderry, VT  US
(802) 824-5645
PEAK TICKET
$ 63.00

VERTICAL
2,850 FT

PARKS / PIPES
1 / 0

About the Resort

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Skiing and riding Magic is like a step back in time before corporate resorts took over and piled more skiers on trails with high-speed lifts and then tried to widen trails to accomodate them. Magic has kept an approach that harkens back to the heyday of skiing in the 1960s. Trails are windy and narrow; the crowds on the slopes and at the lifts are minimal; advanced trails are not groomed on Powder Days; and there are hundreds of acres of tree-skiing and riding to explore. If you are seeking variety, adventure and challenge, no matter your ability, then it's time to discover Magic. Steeped in Vermont.

Many skiers and riders consider Magic to be one of the Northeast’s best kept secrets - with southern Vermont's most challenging terrain and classic 60's era trails, combined with a spirited, laid back vibe perfect for families and young adults. With Magic's affordable pricing (check the website for specials) guests will find they have some extra dollars in their pockets at the end of the ski day. Nearby the region's mega resorts, Magic is a perfect escape from the crowds and stress of today's hyperactive winter scene.Here the focus is more on the enjoyment of the sport itself and the shared camaraderie found in the experience both on and off the slopes. While Magic is legendary for its steep, expert terrain and powder tree skiing, intermediates and beginners love it for its long, windy non-advanced trails that are meticulously groomed. Magic offers the convenience of one central base lodge and lift system that makes it easy for families. Come take the road less traveled to Magic.

About the Riding
The Terrain Park as multiple features.

Ski Lift Tickets
Weekend/Holiday    Weekday
Full Day   1/2 Day      Full Day   1/2 Day  
Adult $ 63.00 $ 49.00    $ 49.00 $ 39.00
Junior   $ 55.00 $ 44.00    $ 34.00 $ 35.00
Senior   $ 43.00 $ 36.00    $ 32.00 $ 25.00
*Note: 1/2 day starts at 12:30

Open on M-W on "powder days" of 6" or more new snow. Non-Holiday/non-Powder Day Thursday pricing is $15 all day for everyone 6 and over. Children under 6 always ski and ride for free. Save on tickets by purchasing online at www.store.magicmtn.com.

Season Passes
Ski or Ride all season long with NO RESTRICTIONS for only $539.00. College student passes are just $189, no restrictions.

Rental Gear
Adult    Junior    Senior   
Snowboard Package    $ 35.00 $ 25.00 $ 25.00

Individual items available for rent. Extra days are $28

Lessons & Instruction
Request reservations at reservations@magicmtn.com.

Racing Programs & Competitions
Join the Alpine Training Center sponsored by the Alpine Club, for the best coaching in this area, VARA,SCJC and USSA sanctioned races. Magic also offers a freeskiing team and development (devo) program for young kids.

Recent Improvements
Magic has expanded snowmaking capacity for the 2013-14 season and has purchased new highly effiicient HKD mobile tower guns. So expect more snowmaking than ever before with the expert grooming to make the trails last until April.

Dining
The Black Line Tavern at the top of the lodge is home to the region's best apres ski scene and sumptuous dining. There is also abundance of dining options in Manchester, VT which is a quick twenty minute ride from the mountain area. There are also plenty of options in the town of Londonderry, VT just minutes from the slopes. Check both towns Chamber websites for detailed information.

Nightlife
Magic Mountain hosts Après Ski parties every day all season long. On the weekends the area boasts live music and other entertainment. From the enormous sun decks attached to the base lodge you can pull up a seat and watch your friends and family as they make their way down the slopes. Also, many adults will send their youngsters into the tube park (shouting distance from the decks) for a few hours while they enjoy the view from the Tavern. The park is open until 7:00 PM on Saturday nights and vacation weeks. Get there early because it fills up quick. You are going to get thirsty skiing and riding Magic. There are also numerous options in the surrounding towns for off mountain night life.

Local Lodging
Check out http://www.magicmtn.com/lodging.php for more information on local lodging in the Magic area. Both the Upper Pass Lodge and Blue Gentian are within walking distance of Magic.

Nearby Recreation
Magic's new TimberQuest treetop ropes course and zip lines are open fall spring summer. www.timberquest.com for more info.

Note: Prices shown may be in local currency.

Quick Stats
Mountain
Summit: 2,850 Ft / 869 M
Base: 1,150 Ft / 351 M
Vertical: 1,700 Ft / 518 M
Acres: 195 Ac / 79 Hc
Annual Snow: 150" / 381cm
Snowmaking: 70%
Season Start: 12/13/2013
Season End: 4/15/2014
Prices
Peak Ticket: $ 63.00
Ski Rental: $ 35.00
Board Rental: $ 35.00
Group Lesson: $ 0.00
Terrain
30%
30%
13%
27%
Total Trails: 40
Longest Run: 8,450 Ft / 2,576 M
Toughest Trail: Red Line
Lifts
Triples: 1
Doubles: 1
Surface: 2
Capacity: 3500 / HR
Snowboarding
Halfpipes: 0
Terrainpark: 1
General
No data available
Season: 12/13/2013 to 4/15/2014
Hours
Sunday: 8:30-4:00
Monday: closed
Tuesday: closed
Wednesday: closed
Thursday: 9:00-4:00
Friday: 9:00-4:00
Saturday: 8:30-4:00
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