The pandemic caused a massive decrease in day visits, especially from out-of-state skiers, dealing a huge blow to resorts and lodging services.
Many people who purchased season passes are now asking for refunds or credits because the quarantine will stop them from traveling to Vermont to ski.
Bolton Valley Resort, Suicide Six, and Magic Mountain have all joined Indy Pass, in a bid to compete against the marketing might of giants like Vail and Alterra.
Uncertainty from climate change and inconsistent snowfall patterns are prompting some ski areas to build out their snowmaking capacity.
They include lifts, new buildings, an 18-hole disc golf course and the replacement of underground snow-making pipeline in the base area.
The Londonderry ski area changed hands a little over six months ago, and the owners have submitted state applications for projects including new lifts and a big snow-making expansion.
The investor group that bought it is repairing the ski lifts, doubling the amount of snowmaking and working to achieve consistency for the business.