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Ascutney Mountain
Town: Brownsville, Vermont
Vertical Drop: 170 feet
Top Lift Served Elevation: 990 feet
Lifts Include: 1 fixed grip chairlift
Snowmaking: No
Night Skiing: Yes
After decades struggling as a mid to large sized facility, Ascutney recently reopened as a small, surface lift served ski area.
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Ascutney Accelerates T-Bar Proposal - Oct. 13, 2017
Fundraising is underway to install a 2,500 foot lift.
Ascutney Outdoors Purchases Former Lodge - Dec. 19, 2016
The non-profit group hopes to demolish and replace the building.
Ascutney Applies for Night Skiing Permit - Oct. 8, 2016
The small non profit ski area is in the process of adding a warming hut.
Ascutney Rope Tow Opening Soon - Jan. 3, 2016
Volunteers tested the lift recently.
Town of West Windsor Completes Initial Ascutney Purchase - Dec. 16, 2015
Mount Ascutney Outdoors launches web site.
Vermont Construction Projects Hitting Final Stages - Nov. 9, 2015
Crews are working overtime to get new lifts ready for the winter.
Ascutney Rope Tow Permit Approved by State - Nov. 4, 2015
Ski area expected to reopen this winter with free skiing.
Ascutney to Offer Free Skiing This Winter - Oct. 25, 2015
Volunteer reopening work effort underway.
Ascutney Reopening Plans Revealed - Oct. 15, 2015
Group planning to have reopening ceremony in February.
REPORT: Ascutney Could Reopen in 2015-16 - Sep. 13, 2015
Town of West Windsor and local groups continue to work toward acquiring and redeveloping defunct ski area.
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