Despite what you may have heard, Vermont is not closed for business in the wake of Hurricane Irene. Many in The Green Mountain State are continuing on as usual and are hoping you will stop by for their polychromatic fall show as well as the upcoming ski season. Sugarbush and the Mad River Valley still have their doors open to the public and are less than an hour’s drive from the state’s largest city, Burlington.
The Mad River Valley is 150 miles from the flood-ravaged portion of the state you’ve been seeing on TV. This old Mill-powered area is home to a thriving community of ski resorts and businesses like the Mad River Glen Deals, owned by Peter and Susan MacLaren, who are continuing to welcome guests not just from New England but from around the world. Their secluded, three-season gardens continue to embody the tranquil atmosphere that went untouched by the storm. Stay at their charming bed and breakfast this winter and save big on lift tickets at Sugarbush. Also, the Mad River Glen ski area has also undergone extensive flood clean up on the roads leading to the resort and is ready to open for ski season this year. They are also offering visitors the chance to save even more on lift tickets at their beautiful co-op ski resort. Ski Coupons is is happy to offer Vermont visitors two great deals at two world renowned ski resorts and one beautifully charming Bed and Breakfast.
The local chamber of commerce and many businesses are making efforts to clarify that they are pushing forward this fall, so don’t be among those missing out on all the stunning beauty and pastoral charm that Vermont has to offer. The community has also been joining together and many special benefit concerts, events and other activities have been scheduled further promoting Vermont as a must visit destination this autumn and winter. A vacation in Vermont guarantees idyllic vistas, Arcadian charm and an opportunity to help those most hurt by the devastation of Hurricane Irene.