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Winter in its Original State

Ski Vermont (Vermont Ski Areas Association) is a private not-for-profit trade association founded in 1969 to help create a legislative, economic and social environment in which the state's ski industry can grow and prosper, addressing issues including environmental integrity, economic and social contributions to the state's welfare, and competitive positioning of the state as a destination for winter tourism. Ski Vermont serves its 20 Alpine and 30 Cross Country resorts in three major areas: Governmental Affairs, Marketing and Public Affairs.

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Travel Vermont!

But, how do you actually get to your favorite ski and snowboard resorts? As locals, we have learned the ins and outs, and do's and don'ts when traveling to and around the Green Mountain State. We are here to help you get to Vermont in just 3 easy steps!

Step 1: Choose your perfect Vermont ski or snowboard destination. Not sure what resort is best for you? Check out our Resort Finder which allows you to sort Vermont's resorts by type, region and amenities. (Don't worry, we'll wait here while you do this...)

Step 2: Decide how you want to travel. Vermont is very accessible with plenty of options to suit the needs of everyone from every destination. We have some of the best ways to access the Green Mountains. (You're welcome!)

Step 3: Grab your skis and boards, pack your bags and get ready for an amazing time in the Green Mountains.

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Holiday Gift Guide

This holiday season, you can give the gift of winter. The Ski Vermont Gift Guide is full of amazing offerings from our ski areas and partners, some of Vermont's most recognizable brands. You'll find something for everyone in the guide below. Scroll down for more offerings from our partners like Rossignol, Burton, Darn Tough, Cabot and more!

Uphill Travel at Vermont Ski Areas

Uphill travel is another great way to enjoy Vermont ski areas, and safety should always be top-of-mind. Check out policies and requirements at your target area before you clip in for your next climb.

Press Release: 2023-24 Fifth Grade Passport Program

Fifth graders can access more than 90 days of skiing and riding at participating alpine and cross-country ski areas for a $30 administration fee.

Student Maps An Adventure With Ski Vermont's Fifth Grade Passport

Calvin and his father Peter returned from a day of skiing with reason to celebrate; they'd completed a 2-year project to visit all Vermont's alpine ski areas - with help from the Ski Vermont Fifth Grade Passport Program.

Long Trail Brewing

Inspired by the 273-mile hiking trail that traverses through the Green Mountains, Long Trail Brewing Company has been a caretaker of Vermont craft since 1989.

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Darn Tough Vermont

The most comfortable and best-fitting socks you'll own.

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Anon Optics delivers style and performance for skiers and snowboarders.

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