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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.
When Mother Nature hands out cold weather, Vermonters make snow with it, and November’s chilly temperatures coupled with the Green Mountain State’s world class snowmaking power allowed for Vermont’s resorts to open early and open strong for the 2017-18 season.
For many, the quintessential holiday scene is one of warmly lit houses, snow-covered mountains, and snowmen in the yard. Front porches full of holiday cheer welcome visitors in from the outdoors and into…
Save big and skip the lift ticket line this winter when you visit Vermont’s ski resorts. Each mountain offers unique ways to save time and money when purchasing lift tickets which means more time spent doing what matters most, skiing and riding with friends and family.
November is here and that means winter will soon be upon us. Get in the snowy spirit and take advantage of Vermont’s excitement for the days to come with resort offerings of festive events and money saving deals.
Vermont ski and snowboard resorts have joined together to support the hosting of the Women’s Audi FIS Ski World Cup at Killington Resort, a move characteristic of the supportive ski community in Vermont. In Spring of 2017 the Vermont Ski Areas Association (VSAA) Board of Directors, comprised of leadership from nine Vermont resorts, agreed to sponsor the Killington Resort based event with a $50,000 sponsorship contribution.
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.
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.…
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. Back then skiers would strap on a pair of cross country skis and set out into the wilderness. Now, outdoor enthusiasts have many options when it comes to winter activities, but as Vermont remains true to its roots, the Green Mountain State continues to offer up well over 300 miles of maintained cross country trails for visitors to explore at their leisure.
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. Each year, our ski and snowboard resorts invest in their snowmaking systems and snowmakers, looking for the most efficient and energy saving ways to create the best conditions for our loyal skiers and snowboards to enjoy day in and day out.
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. Looking for multi-mountain deals? Don’t forget about Ski Vermont’s Take 3 Pass and 5th Grade Passport.
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