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;
9:30am - 4:00pm Weekends


Season: December – April

***Due to the new Daylight Savings Time laws Magic Mountain will be changing weekend operating hours
to 9am to 5pm on weekends beginning Saturday, March 14, 2015 for the remainder of the season.***

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.