There’s an original Vermont skiing-first spirit at Magic, born over 50 years ago, but now renewed. Magic connects deeply with those who come here for two big reasons: its awesome terrain and its authentic community vibe. It’s why Magic not only endures but now offers skiers and riders a true alternative to today’s corporate-style resorts.
Magic is a mecca for skiers and riders who want to challenge themselves on its legendary expert trails and off-piste glades. These are real black diamonds, with real snow, real steeps, and real obstacles to overcome. Magic’s original 1960s-style trails deliver an interesting and fun experience at all ability levels.
It’s Magic’s skiers and riders who create a spirited community like no other. It’s a laid-back, friendly vibe where friends and families commune at the Black Line Tavern to tell stories; where volunteers pitch in to help clear trails and create new glades; where many have invested in Magic’s future; and where new winter friends are made every season.
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It’s summer, time for outdoor music, barbecues, and more. We’ve pulled together a list of a few family-friendly summer events to help you kick off summer. Summer Solstice Festival June 21 at Smugglers’ Notch June 21st marks the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. Celebrate at Smuggs with fire and drum performances, s’mores, … Read MoreRead More
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Total Trails: 43
Terrain Parks: 1
Total Acreage: 190 skiable acres
Vertical Drop: 1700 feet
Average Annual Snowfall: 13 feet
Night Skiing: Yes
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