Stats and Facts
Southern Vermont's most exciting and challenging mountain.
 

Longest Run: Wizard 1.6 miles
Snowmaking: 70%
Skiable Acres: 195 (map trails) 200+ (treeskiing)
Base Elevation: 1,150’
Summit Elevation: 2,850’
Vertical: 1700’
Trails: 43 ( 30% •  30% • & 40%)

Chair Lifts: 2
Lifts: 4
Black Chair: 5,000’ long, 1,600’ vertical
Red Chair: 5,400’ long, 1,700’ vertical
East Side: easier way down   West Side: advanced only

Hours of Operation:
Magic Mountain will be open Thursday thru Sunday, all Holiday Periods and any Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday following a
snow storm of 6" or more with at least 50% of the terrain open by 8am of that ski day.
9:00am - 4:00pm Thursday & Friday;
8:30am - 4:00pm Weekends

9:00am- 4:00pm Presidents Week
Season: December – April 12, 2015

***After March 22nd Magic will be changing to Friday-Sunday operating hours. Start times will be the same!***

DID YOU KNOW?
- The top of Magician is 45 degrees steep.
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You can ski and ride anywhere within Magic Mountains boundaries. For more information and rules go to the Woods and Unmarked Skiing and Riding Policy.
- Swiss ski instructor Hans Thorner founded Magic in 1960 and the first bottom-to-peak lift was carrying skiers in 1962.
- The famous "No wind holds" Red Chair has been  going strong since 1970 and recentlly received a new paint job and foot rests thanks to the "Magic faithful".
- Black Line Tavern (formerly the Abracadabra Lounge and Goniff's Den) has been the ongoing site for an original, fun Vermont-style apres ski experience since the 1960s.