Vermont Ski Resorts

Best Vermont Ski Resorts

Vermont ski resorts traditionally rank among the best in the East and provide excellent skiing for all levels of skiers, from beginners to experts. From family ski vacations to expert terrain, Vermont ski resorts offer great skiing, lesson programs, apres-ski, off-slope activities, and a wide array of ski vacation packages.

Here are some of the best Vermont ski resorts including resort profiles, ski resort information, skiing photos, and reviews of skiing at the best Vermont ski resorts.

Bromley Mountain is located in Peru, Vermont, with 43 ski trails, served by 10 lifts. Bromley Mountain boasts being the only mountain in Vermont with southern exposure. More »


Killington K-1 Gondola. Copyright Mike Doyle

Killington Ski Resort is comprised of seven mountains, 200 trails and 33 chair lifts. From gentle trails that offer great scenery to expert trails that provide a great challenge, Killington has something for every type of skier.  Killington is the largest destination resort in the Northeast and offering the highest gondola-serviced skiing in New England.

Mad River Glen. Copyright Mike Doyle

Mad River Glen Ski Area is located in Waitsfield, Vermont, with 45 ski trails, served by 5 lifts. Mad River Glen is America's only cooperatively owned major ski area and its slopes are free of snowboarding. Mad River Glen offers 800 acres of boundary-to-boundary tree skiing. More »

Mount Snow. Copyright Mike Doyle

Mount Snow Ski Area is located in West Dover, Vermont. Mount Snow has 80 ski trails, which are served by 20 lifts. Out of Mount Snow's 80 trails, 14% are green circle, 73% are blue square, and 13% are black diamond. Mount Snow also offers glade skiing, parks and pipes. More »


Okemo. Copyright Okemo Mountain Resort
Okemo Mountain Resort, in Ludlow, Vermont has 119 trails and 19 lifts. Originally a community-run area, Tim and Diane Mueller purchased the ski area in 1982 and transformed it into a popular, four-season, world-class resort destination. Okemo consistently receives accolades for snow quality, grooming, terrain parks, family programs, and its friendly, professional staff.


Stowe Mountain Gondola. Copyright Stowe Mountain Resort
Stowe Mountain Resort is located in Stowe, Vermont, and Stowe has 116 ski trails, served by 13 lifts. Stowe is located on Mt. Mansfield, which, at 4,395 feet above sea level, is Vermont's highest peak.


Copyright Sugarbush
Sugarbush Ski Resort is located in Warren, Vermont, with 111 ski trails, served by 16 lifts. Sugarbush offers lessons and programs for kids and adults, as well as specialty programs for racers and backcountry skiers. Sugarbush Resort is known for its excellent terrain.

Jay Peak Ski Area is located in Jay, Vermont, with 76 ski trails, served by 8 lifts. Jay Peak ranks as the snowiest eastern resort due to location and local weather patterns and boasts Vermont's only aerial tramway. More »

Smugglers' Notch

Smugglers' Notch Resort is located in Smugglers' Notch, Vermont, with 78 ski trails, served by 8 lifts. Smugglers' Notch boasts the East's only triple black diamond trail. Smugglers’ awards including #1 for Family Programs in North America, the best ski school, and excellent friendly service and value.

Vermont Deals and Discounts

Killington Resort. Image Copyright Killington Resort

Vermont ski deals and discounts including ski and stay packages, ski vacation discounts, and special deals offered by ski resorts.

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Doyle, Mike. "Vermont Ski Resorts." ThoughtCo, Aug. 22, 2016, Doyle, Mike. (2016, August 22). Vermont Ski Resorts. Retrieved from Doyle, Mike. "Vermont Ski Resorts." ThoughtCo. (accessed November 18, 2017).