Vermont Ski Resorts

Most of the ski resorts found in the state have state of the art snowmaking so you can expect to ski in Vermont from December through to March and some years longer. The majority of resorts are located from north to south in the Green Mountain range. The largest resort is Killington which extends across six interconnected mountain peaks. Stowe is Vermont's highest peak. Mad River Glen located in Fayston is renowned for it's telemark skiing. This cooperative ski resort is just that...no snowboarding. In the northern part of the state Jay Peak is famous for it's natural snow. Jay Peak also has an indoor waterpark.
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Northern Vermont, 1704 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 71 trails, 300 skiable acres
Bolton Valley is a family oriented ski resort located midway between Burlington and Montpelier in the Green Mountains of northern Vermont. The resort is set amidst 5,000 acres and has the highest base elevation of any Vermont ski resort which translates to an annual average snowfall of 300 inches. Enjoy 71 trails of alpine skiing and snowboarding. All 3 terrain parks are accessible from the Snowflake lift. The Nordic Center is the gate way to extensive backcountry terrain plus 100km of nordic trails. Dining options can be found right on the mountain. Choices range from pub fare, to pizza to a full-service deli. The Pub is located on the top floor of the base lodge and offers a great view, a warm fireplace and live entertainment on specific nights. Bolton Valley lodging ranges from hotel rooms to condos all located within an easy walk to the lift.
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Central Vermont, 1967 ft vertical, 7 lifts, 57 trails, 265 skiable acres
Pico Ski Resort is one of Vermont's largest mountains at 1,967 ft vertical. It is set next to Killington and is close to Rutland. Pico is home to the Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports and is a 100% smoke-free resort. At over a mile long, Pike is the longest trail that goes all the way from the summit to the base lodge. Experts can ski and snowboarder a double-black diamond, the steepest trail, Giant Killer. Pico also offers classic tree skiing, cruising and carving trails. Killington and Pico both allow uphill travel for skinners and snowshoes with proper documents. A variety of lodging and dining can be found at the resort. Pico offers many off mountain activities as well. An indoor climbing center is located in Rutland just a short drive from Killington, sleigh rides can be booked from several businesses, guided snowmobile tours can be taken throughout the park system, and snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are great ways to experience Vermont's outdoors.
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650 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 13 trails
The Quechee Club is a membership all seasons resort offering golfing in the summer and skiing in winter. It is set in the picturesque Vermont countryside.
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Central Vermont, 1050 ft vertical, 4 lifts, 17 trails, 600 skiable acres
Located 15 minutes from the main campus of Middlebury College. Nestled in Vermont's Green Mountains.
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Northern Vermont, 433 ft vertical, 2 lifts, 9 trails, 18 skiable acres
Club run ski hill located in Lyndonville, Vermont.
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Northern Vermont, 350 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 0 trails, 30 skiable acres
A smaller non-profit ski area for kids located in Richmond, east of Burlington.
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Northern Vermont, 2011 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 50 trails, 260 skiable acres
Regarded for its breathtaking views and ski racing heritage. Experience winding trails and deep powder in northeastern Vermont. Features a 2,011 ft vertical and 45 trails. Just off I-91 north of St Johnsbury.
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Central Vermont, 650 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 23 trails, 100 skiable acres
Suicide Six offers 23 trails including a a double black diamond glade trail. Located in Woodstock, Vermont.
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