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Roller Coaster Weather Gives Vermont Ski Resorts a Bumpy Year

Ski mountains have been adding new amenities as a hedge against wildly fluctuating snow conditions like the ones this season.

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This winter has brought everything from extended subzero temps to warm, rainy days to Vermont’s ski slopes, making business tough for area resorts. Some are investing in new amenities to attract skiers, from a $16 million upgrade to Killington’s chairlifts to more snow machines at Mount Snow to the addition of spas and waterparks.