Ski Resorts

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Ski Resorts

Ski Resorts
Known for Biggest ski area in the East with diversity of terrain across six mountains! Killington, at the heart of the Green Mountains, is a natural paradise all year round. During the winter, Killington is one of the world's largest and most diverse ski areas, with miles and miles of trails dedicated to downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. When the snow melts, Killington transforms into the home of two PGA golf courses, and spectacular hiking and biking trails through Northern sections of the Appalachian Trail.
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Killington Ski Area
4763 Killington Rd
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Known for Biggest ski area in the East with diversity of terrain across six mountains! Killington, at the heart of the Green Mountains, is a natural paradise all year round. During the winter, Killington is one of the world's largest and most diverse ski areas, with miles and miles of trails dedicated to downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. When the snow melts, Killington transforms into the home of two PGA golf courses, and spectacular hiking and biking trails through Northern sections of the Appalachian Trail.
Known for Quaint ski village, offering a combination of expert ski terrain with indulgent hospitality Highlights Downtown Stowe has endless dining and drinking options Plenty of challenging terrain to explore Efficient and fast, updated lifts
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Stowe Mountain Resort
7416 Mountain Road
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Known for Quaint ski village, offering a combination of expert ski terrain with indulgent hospitality Highlights Downtown Stowe has endless dining and drinking options Plenty of challenging terrain to explore Efficient and fast, updated lifts
Known for The best place in Vermont for kids skiing Highlights Wide range of terrain makes it a top choice for family ski trips Mammoth snowmaking operation covers 98% of the ski area Packed full of terrain parks
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Okemo Mountain Resort
77 Okemo Ridge Rd
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Known for The best place in Vermont for kids skiing Highlights Wide range of terrain makes it a top choice for family ski trips Mammoth snowmaking operation covers 98% of the ski area Packed full of terrain parks
Known for Family-friendly ski resort with endless activities to do Highlights Snowiest ski resort in the East Huge indoor water park, climbing gym and much more New base area includes luxury lodgings
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Jay Peak Resort
830 Jay Peak Rd
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Known for Family-friendly ski resort with endless activities to do Highlights Snowiest ski resort in the East Huge indoor water park, climbing gym and much more New base area includes luxury lodgings
Known for Same great skiing as Killington or Stowe without the crowds Highlights Similar to Stowe but significantly cheaper Great lift system provides quick and easy access to slopes Fantastic variety of terrain spread out over two mountains
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Sugarbush Resort
1840 Sugarbush Access Road
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Known for Same great skiing as Killington or Stowe without the crowds Highlights Similar to Stowe but significantly cheaper Great lift system provides quick and easy access to slopes Fantastic variety of terrain spread out over two mountains
Known for Well-groomed trails and first-class terrain parks Highlights Closest large Vermont ski resort to New York City Great on-mountain dining options with a great selection of beers An abundance of intermediate terrain
Mount snow resort
39 Mount Snow Road
Known for Well-groomed trails and first-class terrain parks Highlights Closest large Vermont ski resort to New York City Great on-mountain dining options with a great selection of beers An abundance of intermediate terrain
Known for Stunning mountain views and being one of the best ski schools on the East Coast Highlights Variety of ski-in/ski-out condos Great value for money Laid-back family-friendly vibe
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Smugglers' Notch Resort
4323 Vermont Rte 108
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Known for Stunning mountain views and being one of the best ski schools on the East Coast Highlights Variety of ski-in/ski-out condos Great value for money Laid-back family-friendly vibe
The Mountain Birthplace of snowboarding. Renowned today for snow and grooming, fast lifts, including four six-passenger chairs and the summit gondola, and an invigorating blend of terrain for beginner to expert with 99 trails fanning from a single summit, the highest peak in southern Vermont.
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Stratton Mountain Resort
5 Village Lodge Road
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The Mountain Birthplace of snowboarding. Renowned today for snow and grooming, fast lifts, including four six-passenger chairs and the summit gondola, and an invigorating blend of terrain for beginner to expert with 99 trails fanning from a single summit, the highest peak in southern Vermont.
Mad River Glen became one of Vermont’s first major ski areas when the Single Chair began carrying skiers to the top of General Stark Mountain in 1948. From the very beginning, Mad River Glen has been unique, a place where skiing is a sport not an industry, working with nature not against it. Mad River Glen began a new era in 1995 when its skiers came together to form the Mad River Glen Cooperative.
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Mad River Glen Cooperative
57 Schuss Pass
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Mad River Glen became one of Vermont’s first major ski areas when the Single Chair began carrying skiers to the top of General Stark Mountain in 1948. From the very beginning, Mad River Glen has been unique, a place where skiing is a sport not an industry, working with nature not against it. Mad River Glen began a new era in 1995 when its skiers came together to form the Mad River Glen Cooperative.
Bolton Valley Resort is a four season destination located in the scenic Green Mountains of Vermont. Sporting 1,634 feet of vertical, Bolton Valley Resort offers 64 trails accessed via six lifts. Ski and ride under the lights four nights a week on twelve trails, or “go big” in the terrain park, Wednesdays through Saturdays until 9 pm. Try Bailey’s Restaurant for meals. Lots of room to breathe and enjoy the ski experience here. Sixty percent snowmaking coverage.
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Bolton Valley Resort
4302 Bolton Valley Access Road
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Bolton Valley Resort is a four season destination located in the scenic Green Mountains of Vermont. Sporting 1,634 feet of vertical, Bolton Valley Resort offers 64 trails accessed via six lifts. Ski and ride under the lights four nights a week on twelve trails, or “go big” in the terrain park, Wednesdays through Saturdays until 9 pm. Try Bailey’s Restaurant for meals. Lots of room to breathe and enjoy the ski experience here. Sixty percent snowmaking coverage.
Looking for the perfect getaway? Bromley is your family-friendly summer resort perfect for all ages, kids and adults alike. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Green Mountains from our many unique rides and attractions. Climb through the trees and conquer all 65 elements in our Aerial Adventure Park, take a ride (or ten!) down our triple-tracked Alpine Slide, and fly through the air on our Sun Mountain Flyer. There's so much more like the Big Splash waterslide, mini golf, bungee trampolines, and the Giant Swing. Visit our tickets page for more details and start planning your next summer escape today! Bromley Mountain is located 6 miles East of Manchester in the heart of Southern Vermont. The local area offers a wide range of experiences to assure an exciting and care-free getaway for the whole family. Enjoy Bromley’s Summer Adventure and then check out the many fun activities nearby like horseback riding, golfing, climbing, biking, shopping and more! Plus, we offer mountain-side lodging in the Bromley Village; where you’ll have exclusive access to an outdoor pool, tennis courts and discounted summer tickets to Vermont’s Summer Adventure.
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Bromley Mountain Ski Resort
3984 Vermont 11
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Looking for the perfect getaway? Bromley is your family-friendly summer resort perfect for all ages, kids and adults alike. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Green Mountains from our many unique rides and attractions. Climb through the trees and conquer all 65 elements in our Aerial Adventure Park, take a ride (or ten!) down our triple-tracked Alpine Slide, and fly through the air on our Sun Mountain Flyer. There's so much more like the Big Splash waterslide, mini golf, bungee trampolines, and the Giant Swing. Visit our tickets page for more details and start planning your next summer escape today! Bromley Mountain is located 6 miles East of Manchester in the heart of Southern Vermont. The local area offers a wide range of experiences to assure an exciting and care-free getaway for the whole family. Enjoy Bromley’s Summer Adventure and then check out the many fun activities nearby like horseback riding, golfing, climbing, biking, shopping and more! Plus, we offer mountain-side lodging in the Bromley Village; where you’ll have exclusive access to an outdoor pool, tennis courts and discounted summer tickets to Vermont’s Summer Adventure.
Fueled by the success and experience and a ton of help from our neighbors at Kingdom Trails, the gravity-assisted Burke Bike Park has some of the most interesting single-track trails in the Northeast. With thirteen downhill and seven cross-country trails, the park (consisting of expert jump, excavated and flow trails) has something for everyone. We're adding to new single-track trails from the CCC Road providing for different descend options from the summit into the bike park. Additionally, FreeRide got a complete overhaul last Fall and will be open. Keep in mind this trail is every bit of the triple diamond it boasts so be sure to use caution your first time down. Our other serious routes from the top are Rude Awakening and Upper J-Bar
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Burke Mountain
223 Sherburne Lodge Road
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Fueled by the success and experience and a ton of help from our neighbors at Kingdom Trails, the gravity-assisted Burke Bike Park has some of the most interesting single-track trails in the Northeast. With thirteen downhill and seven cross-country trails, the park (consisting of expert jump, excavated and flow trails) has something for everyone. We're adding to new single-track trails from the CCC Road providing for different descend options from the summit into the bike park. Additionally, FreeRide got a complete overhaul last Fall and will be open. Keep in mind this trail is every bit of the triple diamond it boasts so be sure to use caution your first time down. Our other serious routes from the top are Rude Awakening and Upper J-Bar
Bring your little ones to learn and practice their skiing abilities.
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Cochran Ski Area
910 Cochran Road
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Bring your little ones to learn and practice their skiing abilities.
The Lyndon Outing Club (LOC) was established in 1937, founded by an active group of local skiers. In its heyday, the LOC was home to a competition ski jump and once served as training grounds for Olympic ski hopefuls. The LOC has been home to sled dog races, snow sculpture contests, and slalom races. The LOC was then and remains now committed to providing quality, family friendly outdoor recreation experiences. The LOC, one of the only remaining ski areas with a functioning rope tow, has trails for both novice and expert skiers and riders.
Lyndon Outing Club
1580 Lily Pond Road
The Lyndon Outing Club (LOC) was established in 1937, founded by an active group of local skiers. In its heyday, the LOC was home to a competition ski jump and once served as training grounds for Olympic ski hopefuls. The LOC has been home to sled dog races, snow sculpture contests, and slalom races. The LOC was then and remains now committed to providing quality, family friendly outdoor recreation experiences. The LOC, one of the only remaining ski areas with a functioning rope tow, has trails for both novice and expert skiers and riders.
1500 ft of real vert, laid back vibes, rugged and wild! Magic is where parents have time to tell stories to their kids on the way to the mountains.Where children make life-long friends while honing their skills on some of the most adventurous terrain on the East Coast. Where kids can roam free and explore the mountain while returning to one easy centralized lift system and lodge. It’s a place where those kids one day return with children of their own and tell stories of growing up Magic. It’s that spirit of the past which continues to shape Magic’s future. And, just maybe, yours.
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Magic Mountain Ski Area
495 Magic Mountain Access
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1500 ft of real vert, laid back vibes, rugged and wild! Magic is where parents have time to tell stories to their kids on the way to the mountains.Where children make life-long friends while honing their skills on some of the most adventurous terrain on the East Coast. Where kids can roam free and explore the mountain while returning to one easy centralized lift system and lodge. It’s a place where those kids one day return with children of their own and tell stories of growing up Magic. It’s that spirit of the past which continues to shape Magic’s future. And, just maybe, yours.
A mountain steeped in history, trails were first cut here in 1934, making the Snow Bowl one of Vermont’s earliest ski areas and clearing the way for a legacy of champion Middlebury College ski teams and a host of Olympians.Today three chairlifts-two triples, one double and a carpet lift- serve 17 trails, plus several gladed areas for skiing and riding in the trees. State-of-the-art snowmaking ensures quality snow even when Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate. The mountain’s historic lodge, which was expanded and remodeled in 2003, features the original fieldstone fireplace where intrepid skiers warmed their woolies in the early days before the lodge was built. Skiers and riders enjoy the Bowl’s full service cafeteria and can rent equipment or get their skis and boards tuned in the Ski and Snowboard Shop. Whether discovering the sport for the first time or fine tuning carving skills, instruction is available from the professionally-staffed Snow School. All these big mountain amenities along with affordable prices make the Snow Bowl a true skiers’ and riders’ mountain and a place families and college racers alike call home.
Middlebury College Snow Bowl
A mountain steeped in history, trails were first cut here in 1934, making the Snow Bowl one of Vermont’s earliest ski areas and clearing the way for a legacy of champion Middlebury College ski teams and a host of Olympians.Today three chairlifts-two triples, one double and a carpet lift- serve 17 trails, plus several gladed areas for skiing and riding in the trees. State-of-the-art snowmaking ensures quality snow even when Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate. The mountain’s historic lodge, which was expanded and remodeled in 2003, features the original fieldstone fireplace where intrepid skiers warmed their woolies in the early days before the lodge was built. Skiers and riders enjoy the Bowl’s full service cafeteria and can rent equipment or get their skis and boards tuned in the Ski and Snowboard Shop. Whether discovering the sport for the first time or fine tuning carving skills, instruction is available from the professionally-staffed Snow School. All these big mountain amenities along with affordable prices make the Snow Bowl a true skiers’ and riders’ mountain and a place families and college racers alike call home.
This is known to be the oldest operating ski tow in the USA. I have been there once and it is a happy place. Don't forget to taste their Nor'easter burger, it is an absolute delight! Allyson
Northeast Slopes
10397 VT-25
This is known to be the oldest operating ski tow in the USA. I have been there once and it is a happy place. Don't forget to taste their Nor'easter burger, it is an absolute delight! Allyson
Gentle learning terrain, smooth cruisers and classically narrow New England steeps can all be found at Pico Mountain. Even the most selective skiers and riders will be impressed by Pico’s vertical drop of 1,967’ – taller than 80% of Vermont ski areas.
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Pico Mountain Ski Resort
73 Alpine Dr
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Gentle learning terrain, smooth cruisers and classically narrow New England steeps can all be found at Pico Mountain. Even the most selective skiers and riders will be impressed by Pico’s vertical drop of 1,967’ – taller than 80% of Vermont ski areas.
This is a family and beginner friendly ski resort. It may be small in comparison to the other ski resorts in Vermont but it offers some lovely amenities. The resort has horse drawn sleigh rides and live music! There is something for everybody.
Ski Quechee
40-64 Williams Ln
This is a family and beginner friendly ski resort. It may be small in comparison to the other ski resorts in Vermont but it offers some lovely amenities. The resort has horse drawn sleigh rides and live music! There is something for everybody.
The family-friendly terrain at Suicide Six Ski Area sets the tone for a classic winter ski day in the mountains, with gentle terrain perfectly suited for beginners. Suicide Six welcomes both skiers and snowboarders to its downhill slopes and two newly updated terrain parks. The family-friendly terrain at Suicide Six Ski Area sets the tone for a classic winter day of snowboarding in the mountains, with gentle terrain perfectly suited for beginners. Suicide Six was one of the earliest ski resorts to embrace snowboarding, and it continues to welcome both skiers and snowboarders to its downhill slopes and two newly updated terrain parks. There are 3 lifts servicing 24 trails ー 30% rated as beginner terrain, 40% as intermediate and 30% as advanced ー with the longest run spanning a distance of 5,280 feet.
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Woodstock Inn & Resort
14 The Green
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The family-friendly terrain at Suicide Six Ski Area sets the tone for a classic winter ski day in the mountains, with gentle terrain perfectly suited for beginners. Suicide Six welcomes both skiers and snowboarders to its downhill slopes and two newly updated terrain parks. The family-friendly terrain at Suicide Six Ski Area sets the tone for a classic winter day of snowboarding in the mountains, with gentle terrain perfectly suited for beginners. Suicide Six was one of the earliest ski resorts to embrace snowboarding, and it continues to welcome both skiers and snowboarders to its downhill slopes and two newly updated terrain parks. There are 3 lifts servicing 24 trails ー 30% rated as beginner terrain, 40% as intermediate and 30% as advanced ー with the longest run spanning a distance of 5,280 feet.
You can see this MT offo in the distance from the deck.
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Gore Mountain State Ski Center
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You can see this MT offo in the distance from the deck.