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   Vermont: Okemo Mountain Resort: Expansions
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South Face Village at Okemo Mountain Resort
South Face Village Details
South Face Village
Status:Construction
First Season of Operation:2015-16
Lifts:2 chairlifts
Terrain:7 trails
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Timber Creek is scheduled to be Okemo's next big real estate development. Located below the South Face area, Timber Creek would potentially feature 208 units, mixed between homes, duplexes, and condominium complexes, as well as an "owner's base lodge."

About 550 vertical feet of lift serviced ski trails would be created in the complex below the South Face Quad chairlift. The seven trail network would be serviced by two lifts.

Okemo received Act 250 approval for the project on September 13, 2013. Construction was ongoing during the 2014-15 season.

On June 23, 2015, Okemo announced a new Leitner Poma fixed grip quad would be installed in the complex for the 2015-16 season, serving a new trail called Suncatcher.


2012 rendering of South Face Village under the name of Timber Creek
2012 rendering of South Face Village under the name of Timber Creek

March 2014 logging at South Face Village
March 2014 logging at South Face Village

The proposed lift line cut (July 2014)
The proposed lift line cut (July 2014)

The 2015-16 South Face Village Trail Map
The 2015-16 South Face Village Trail Map

Okemo Mountain Resort Expansion History
Project NameSeasonStatus
Glades Peak1968-69Open
Jackson Gore2002-03Open
Morning Star1995-96Open
Solitude1987-88Open
South Face1994-95Open
South Face Village2015-16Construction
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Last updated: June 23, 2015

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