Visiting Sugarbush in the Summer

While Sugarbush Resort may shine in the wintertime, the Mad River Valley is the perfect vacation spot in every season. People travel from across the United States to visit our charming valley in the autumn, which is the perfect time to spot stunning New England foliage. Spring brings lush green back to our forests, as well as a bit of warm-weather skiing. But Sugarbush is also a sough-after destination for summer getaways. Visitors of all ages can find something they enjoy; here are a few of our favorites.

 

Sugarbush Resort Golf Club—This is a par-71 Robert Trent Jones Sr. golf course, and it is designed with respect for its natural setting. Each hole boasts breathtaking views of Sugarbush and the Mad River Valley. This is the perfect way to spend a summer day—just don’t forget the sunscreen!

 

Hiking—Sugarbush and the greater Mad River Valley boast hundreds of diverse hiking trails. No matter your experience or fitness level, you are sure to find a trail that suits your needs and comfort. There are several trails in the area that are wheelchair accessible.

 

Mountain Biking—Lift-accessed mountain biking is available from the top of the Super Bravo Express Quad. Starting from this point, bikers can access over twenty miles of mountain biking terrain. Additionally, the quad lift eliminates the necessity of trudging up the mountain on or with a bike; simply board the lift, make your way to the top, and enjoy the pleasant and adventurous ride down.

 

Adventure Activities—Sugarbush resort also offers an 18-hole disc golf course, a 9-hole summit disc golf course, an 800-foot zipline, a bungee trampoline, a bounce house obstacle course, and scenic lift rides. IF you live in the area, summer camps are available for children ages 13 to 18 with varying themes—everything from adventure to climbing, farm-to-plate to outdoor survival.

 

Mad River Valley—The towns around Sugarbush offer world-class dining, unique pubs, and several landmark covered bridges. There are picturesque village, horse rides, and gliding cycling. Summer is an excellent time to explore all this part of the state has to offer.

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