Alpine Skiing in Vermont
Vermont alpine ski areas offer some of the finest downhill skiing in the United States. They are listed alphabetically here (browse further down the page to find them listed by region).
Ascutney Mountain Resort - Located just 6 miles off I-91 in Brownsville, VT, the Ascutney Mountain Resort features 6 lifts for its 56 trails (1800' of vertical terrain).
Bear Creek Mountain Club - Bear Creek is more suited to those looking to invest in an area. It works on a membership basis, and allows only 450 people a day to ski.
Bolton Valley Resort - Just 20 minutes from Vermont's largest city (Burlington), Bolton plays to many tastes, from alpine and nordic skiing to snowboarding and snowshoeing.
Bromley Mountain Ski Area - In the winter, ski on 43 trails. In the summer, enjoy activities such as bumper boats, an alpine slike, climbing wall, miniature golf and more. Peru.
Burke Mountain - Offers skiing on: 43 trails and glades 180 skiable acres 25% novice 45% intermediate 30% advanced Longest trail East Bowl 2.25 miles. Burke.
Cochran's Ski Area - Billing itself as "The closest ski area to Burlington," Cochran's is a nonprofit corporation that prides itself on its work with children.
Jay Peak Ski Resort - Originally developed by a local group of avid skiers and business people, Jay Peak first opened in January of 1957. Jay.
Killington Resort - Features skiing at the East's largest ski resort. Features 7 mountains, 32 lifts, and a number of summer activities such as golfing, mountain biking and more. Killington.
Lyndon Outing Club - Located just east of Lyndonville village, this volunteer-run area offers a t-bar and 2 rope tows for its 433 vertical feet. Lyndonville.
Mad River Glen Ski Area - Located in the "snow corner" of New England, Mad River's 250 inches of annual snowfall combine with uncrowded slopes free of snowboarding, and a pristine mountain environment to create a skiing experience like no other. Waitsfield.
Middlebury College Snow Bowl - Associated with Middlebury College, the Middlebury College Snow Bowl features 3 lifts servicing 15 trails, 2 glades, a large climbing area and a terrain park.
Mount Snow Ski Area - Skiing on 130 trails, as well as mountain biking, hiking and more. Dover.
Okemo Mountain Resort - Okemo is the “big mountain that gets the little things right”. Family owned and operated since 1982 by Tim and Diane Mueller, Okemo offers 18 lifts that service 117 trails (33% novice, 42% intermediate, 25% difficult) on a vertical drop of 2200 feet. They also offer 8 terrain parks, two halfpipes, and plenty of ski and snowboarding programs. The Okemo Valley Nordic Center also offers cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Ludlow.
Pico Mountain - Pico Mountain offers the friendly intimacy of old-time New England skiing with uncrowded slopes, long runs, diverse terrain, plus a central base village and lodge complete with a roaring stone fireplace. Killington.
The Quechee Club - Features 3 lifts and 8 groomed trails with 100% snowmaking coverage.
Smugglers' Notch - Skiing and snowboarding (as well as summer fun) on three mountains. Jeffersonville.
Stowe Mountain Resort - Get the Stowe Vacation Planner, general information on the resort, including skiing, the ski school and much, much more. Stowe.
Stratton Mountain Resort - Over the years, as our vision of Strattons Vermont has come of age, so has the resort itself. New lodging properties, more golf and tennis amenities, new trails for hikers and mountain bikerstheyve all become part of the resorts evolution. And of course, a whole slew of winter activities, including snowboarding, skiing and more. Stratton.
Sugarbush Resort - Featuring a wide array of fun, from golf and tennis to 112 skiing trails. Warren.
Suicide Six Ski Area - The area offers 23 trails, including a new double black diamond glade trail and a snowboarding halfpipe. It transports its skiers with two chair lifts and a J-bar. Woodstock.
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