Who We Are
Who We Are
Who We Are
Who We Are
SKI AREAS NEAR AND NORTH
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Killington Mountain Resort & Ski Area is a ski resort Killington VT, Rutland County. It is the largest ski area in the eastern U.S., and has the largest vertical drop in New England at 3,050 feet. By most, it's called the "Beast of the East." For countless years Killington has been the first ski area open and the last close, providing the longest season of skiing and riding in the east.
Killington is a 4 season resort with skiing & riding from Oct to May, mountain biking, and he Activity Center from May thru October and much more
It's more than just a saying. With 19 miles of trails spread across 468 skiable acres and boasting a vertical drop of 1,967' Pico Mountain's terrain rivals that of many big resorts in the East. Combined with Pico's laid back atmosphere and single base area, Pico is great for families and those looking for the best value in Vermont skiing and riding. And, with a massive capital investment in snowmaking improvements completed over the past year, a My Pico Pass provides more value than ever. It's also the best place to ski the day after a powder day at Killington
Okemo Mountain Resort and the surrounding area are the outdoor enthusiasts' dream come true. The wintertime brings exceptional Vermont skiing and snowboarding on snow that is known as one of the best skiing and riding surfaces in the East year after year. While other mountains talk a big game, we've proven that it takes a lot of pipe, water, and power - with highly trained, completely dedicated teams at the reins - to make it happen.
MAD RIVER GLEN
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. The Cooperative works to fulfill a simple mission:
“… to forever protect the classic Mad River Glen skiing experience by preserving low skier density, natural terrain, and forests, varied trail character, and friendly community atmosphere for the benefit of shareholders, area personnel, and patrons.”
Sugarbush Resort is a ski resort located in the Mad River valley in Warren, Vermont, owned by Alterra Mountain Company. It is one of the largest ski resorts in New England. The resort encompasses more than 4,000 acres total, 484 trail acres skiable, 53 miles of trails, and 16 ski lifts.
Stowe Mountain Resort is a ski resort in the northeastern United States, near the town of Stowe in northern Vermont, comprising two separate mountains: Mount Mansfield and Spruce Peak. The lift-served vertical drop of Mount Mansfield is 2,360 feet, the fifth largest in New England and the fourth largest in Vermont.
What makes Smugglers’ Notch a unique resort is our complete and single-minded commitment to making your stay with us the family vacation of a lifetime! That is our mission. No matter what season you choose, we offer a family experience that is second to none, from the moment you arrive to the moment you have to depart.
Our goal is to continually improve the Smugglers’ guest experience in a way that causes our guests to want to come back and to recommend us to others
Burke Mountain Ski resort is a mid-size ski resort open to skiing and snowboarding in northeast Vermont. It is located on Burke Mountain and is home to Burke Mountain Academy, a ski academy. In May 2012, Burke Mountain Resort was purchased by the owners of nearby Jay Peak Resort.
Jay Peak Resort is located in the Green Mountains of Vermont. Its vertical drop of 2,153 feet is the eighth largest in New England and the fifth largest in Vermont. The resort is just 4 miles south of the Canada-US border which is the Province of Quebec.
The resort opened for skiing in 1957, and it now includes year-round activities. The mountain offers 78 trails served by nine lifts. It receives the most snowfall of any ski area in the North East.