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Ski Vermont 2017-18 Press Kit

Winter truly is in its original state here in Vermont and this 2017-18 winter season Vermont’s resorts will welcome in millions of skiers, snowboarders, friends, and families to experience our slopes, explore our villages, and ultimately, make memories to last a lifetime here.


Want to virtually experience more of Vermont's amazing resorts? Be sure to check out the full video gallery highlighting each unique resort.

What’s New for the 2017-18 Ski and Snowboard Season in Vermont
Winter will be here before we know it and to prepare for another great season Vermont’s resorts have been hard at work improving and expanding upon their resort offerings like season passes, base lodges, off slope activities and of course, trails, lifts and snowmaking. 

World Class Snowmaking in the Green Mountains
It’s not always easy to predict Mother Nature’s winter bounty but what we know is that the millions of skiers and snowboarders that come to Vermont each season are coming in search snow and conditions that make their trips worthwhile. That is where Vermont’s world class snowmaking systems and honorable snowmakers come into play. 

Learn to Turn: Vermont’s Ski and Snowboard Lesson Packages
Learning to ski and snowboard in Vermont is as much about mastering the basic skill set as it is about experiencing the serene yet adventurous nature of the sport. 

Vermont’s Local Fare: Where to Eat During Your Ski and Snowboard Vacation
Visitors of all palates will be hard pressed to find a state with more robust and delectable culinary offerings than Vermont.

2017-18 Seasonal Trends at Vermont Ski and Snowboard Resorts
Year after year resorts notice trends emerging from the skiers and snowboarders that frequent their slopes. While some are gradual, some are rapidly advancing and in Vermont, mountains are taking note of these trends and ensuring that they offer these sought-after activities, policies and accommodations.

Vermont’s Winter Athletes Reign Supreme
After the historic and passionate show of events at the 2016 Audi FIS World Cup at Killington Resort last November, it should come as no surprise that Vermont continues to be a breeding ground for incredibly talented winter sport athletes. 

Embracing Vermont’s Ski Villages
While a day on the mountain is a day well spent, a day in one of Vermont’s quaint villages or mountain base areas is a must-do when visiting the Green Mountain State.

Turning Up the Effort and Off the Lights: Sustainable Practices at Vermont Resorts
As a state with one of the lowest energy consumption rates in all the nation, it is only natural that the ski and snowboard resorts which inhabit the Green Mountains also strive to be as environmentally sustainable as possible. 

Vermont’s Favorite Month: March Skiing and Snowboarding
In search of the best times to visit Vermont’s ski and snowboard resorts? Well, since first chair on powder days isn’t always a possibility, aim for March in the Green Mountain State. Longer, warmer days and historically high snowfall makes the third month of the year an ideal time to hit the slopes in Vermont. 

Ski Vermont 2017-18 Events Calendar
Things get pretty busy during the season, what with 20 alpine resorts and 30 cross-country ski areas in Vermont, so we thought we'd make it easy for you by compiling a season round-up of can't-miss events.

Ski Vermont Deals and Packages
The only thing skiers and snowboarders love more than being on snow is doing so for less. That’s why Vermont resorts have created a multitude of deals and packages specifically so loyal skiers and riders can save money while hitting the slopes.

A Four-Season Destination: Vermont Ski and Snowboard Resorts Offer Year-Round Activities
Nowadays, Vermont attracts visitors year round with our beautiful mountains and changing seasons.  It’s because of these year-round pursuits that Vermont’s resorts have ramped up their activity offerings during the “off season”, and now pride themselves on truly being four season destinations that everyone can enjoy.

Where it All Began: Cross Country Skiing in Vermont
There is something to be said about taking the time to slow down and soak up the scenery of Vermont. The original way to traverse our beautiful state in the winter began back in the 1960’s with the birth of Nordic skiing.

Ski Vermont’s 2017-18 Marketing Partners
Learn more about Ski Vermont’s marketing partners, which include great Vermont brands like Cabot cheese, Long Trail beer, Woodchuck cider, Skida headwear, Burton snowboards and Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, as well as new partners Mad River Distillers, Caledonia Spirits and SILO Distillery.

Special Interest Stories from Ski Vermont
Looking for a story that is off the beaten path? Perhaps you're on the right path but a need a little focusing? At Ski Vermont we’re happy to help you down that path and lead you to the special story that you’re looking for. We’re also pleased to suggest a few topics of pride for our state. If you're interested in learning more please reach out to Communications Manager, Chloe Elliott at 802-223-2439 or




Sarah Wojcik

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If you're looking for fresh ideas or just want to chat, give a call. We look forward to working with you! See you on the slopes,

Chloe Elliott
Communications Manager

Sarah Wojcik
Director of Marketing and Communications


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