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Rider’s Guide

Bolton’s diverse portfolio of 70+ trails on more than 300 acres of skiable land offers many choices for all ability levels.  More than 25 intermediate and almost as many beginner trails intertwine to provide consistent groomed runs.   Advanced and expert skiers and riders can ski at least eight glades in Bolton’s network, or opt for the more than 60 miles of Nordic groomed and ungroomed trails in the backcountry.  Those new to glade skiing can start with intermediate glade runs that are a rare find.

Parks & Pipes

Riders working to hone their tricks, rail slides and jumps can find just the right topography among Bolton’s three diverse and progressive terrain parks.  All three parks are accessible from the Snowflake lift and offer progressive challenges.  The Grom Park contains small features that are low to the ground and is perfect for new freestyle riders.  The rail garden, Jungle Jib, contains medium and large rails, boxes, and jibs for practicing intermediate tricks and turns. The Butterscotch Terrain Park is the largest park, a slopestyle course set up for the advanced rider that contains medium to large features, flowing from top to bottom.

Out of Bounds

Night skiing is a popular activity at Bolton.  They also offer skiers and riders a chance to compete for prizes in their illuminated terrain parks. Backcountry access abounds with 60+ miles of nordic groomed as well as ungroomed runs. Eight glades are available including a couple of intermediate runs for those riders new to tree skiing, and several advanced and expert runs.

Hangout & Hookup

Bolton’s James Moore Tavern on the top floor of the Base Lodge is open until 11PM on the weekends and offers live entertainment twice a week. The local draft beers on tap and custom drinks are worth the visit.  The Sports Center bar in the Nordic center also serves local draft beers and guests can watch their favorite sports events.