Events Calendar

Welcome to the VT Sports calendar of regional outdoor events.

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Nov
23
Fri
Stratton Mountain School Ski Sale @ Stratton Mountain
Nov 23 @ 9:00 pm – Nov 25 @ 9:00 pm
Stratton Mountain School Ski Sale @ Stratton Mountain  | Stratton | Vermont | United States

SMS Ski Sale Hours
Friday, Nov. 23rd, 9am-6pm
Saturday, Nov. 24th, 9am-6pm
Sunday, Nov. 25th, 9am-1pm

:Free Admission
:Up tp 50& Off
:All Major Credit Cards Accepted
:There will be a super selection of FAMOUS BRANDS, BOOTS, GOGGLES, HELMETS, POLES, HATS, CLOTHING, SNOWBOARDS and more.

Please join us in helping Stratton Mountain School skiers and snowboarders achieve their goals of becoming the next round of Olympic champions.

Dec
22
Sat
Winter Wild 1: Magic Mountain @ Magic Mountain
Dec 22 @ 7:00 am – 9:00 am

Winter Wild is an uphill series with a twist, the finish is at the bottom so you get to come back down too. Grab your skis, grab your snowshoes, or just grab your favorite winter running shoes and join us for some winter fun. Do you like first tracks? Most events take place at a public ski area and you get to hit slopes before they open to the public. What’s not to like about that! This is our 10th season of Winter Wild and second stop at Magic Mountain! Questions newinterwild@gmail.com.

 

 

Jan
5
Sat
New England Rando Series: The Magic
Jan 5 @ 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
New England Rando Series: The Magic @ Londonderry | Vermont | United States

“The Magic” @ Magic Mountain Skimo Race
Full Competitive Course (3 cycles of circuit comprising full skin, partial ski descent, short boot, and ski descent). Shorter Recreational Course (up to 3 cycles of circuit skipping bootpack)
USSMA license mandatory for full competitive course

Jan
12
Sat
The Stowe Derby @ Stowe High School
Jan 12 @ 3:00 pm – Jan 13 @ 5:00 pm

The Stowe Derby is one of the oldest and most unique ski races in North America. It started in 1945 as a personal challenge between two skiers to race from the top of Mt. Mansfield to the village of Stowe on a single pair of skis. Today the race attracts more than 900 skiers. The course is about 20K and descends Mt. Mansfield’s Toll Road to the Stowe Recreation Path. There is also a kids race and a fatbike division.

Course Details

Short Course

6 km Mass Start: Course TBD based on Snow, all ages welcome.

Kids Race/Short Course Start: 8:30 am

Racers responsible for your own transportation to the race.

Long Course

20 km: Course TBD based on Snow, 14 years and older welcome.

Freestyle Start: 10:00 am

Classic Start: 12:00 pm

Meister:  Race in both the Freestyle & Classic.  Racers will be seeded at the beginning of each leg of the race.

Buses will transport racers starting at 8:30 am on Race Day to the Mansfield Lodge located at Stowe Mountain Resort.  Racers will be given a 1 time lift ticket at Bib Pick Up for the chairlift ride to the start. Racers in the Meister category are responsible for transportation.

Fat Bike Course

14 km: Course starts at the Base of Toll House Lift.  Racers are responsible for all transportation.
Fat Bike Start: 1:30 pm

Bib Pick Up

We encourage everyone to get their bibs on Saturday!
Saturday, January 12th: 3-5pm at Stowe High School
Sunday, January 13th, Race Day: Starting at 7:30am at Stowe High School

Post Awards Celebration

3pm-5pm at the Trapp’s Bierhall. Dress in your favorite Derby-Themed Hat!

Jan
19
Sat
SMS Summit Series: Warren Miller’s Face of Winter @ Stratton Mountain
Jan 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
SMS Summit Series: Warren Miller's Face of Winter @ Stratton Mountain | Stratton | Vermont | United States
The Stratton Mountain School Summit Series is back and better than ever for 2019, bringing a number of film festivals to Stratton Mountain throughout the season. The Series begins with Warren Miller’s “Face of Winter,” featuring world-class skiers—including SMS’s own Sophie Caldwell (Nordic ‘08), Jessie Diggins (SMS T2), and Simi Hamilton (SMS T2)—as they train like champions. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students.