SkiVT Press Room
From the more than $51 million in offseason improvements made at Vermont ski areas this season to the tastiest places to eat, best deals and packages and hottest trends on and off the slopes, check out Ski Vermont's Winter 2019-20 Press Kit.
Vermont Resorts make fun last all year long with countless activites and events. Additions to mountain biking trails, base lodges, adventure centers, and more will keep guests busy all summer long. Step…
Annual Grant Program Administered Through Vermont Department of Agriculture's Working Lands Enterprise Fund
Perfectly-timed Snowstorm in Forecast Helps Fuel Strong Bookings Across the State
The Vermont Ski Areas Association will once again help deliver a taste of the Green Mountain State to ski areas this winter by offering skiers and riders samples of a variety of treats and libations at…
Vermont resorts have always stretched the boundaries of skiing and snowboarding, and their visitors are literally doing just that: Sidecountry/backcountry and ski touring are some of the fastest growing…
Private mountain rental at one of three Vermont ski areas leads the list of top trends for the 2018-19 season. Other trends include everything from uphill travel, snowshoeing and tubing to off-slope activities and apres-ski options.
Resorts boast revamped facilities, expansive pass options and new activities for the whole family
Vermont’s four-season resorts are hard at work to bring warm weather visitors a memorable summer in Vermont this year. Guests will find that improvements and expansions to golf, mountain biking, disc golf…
It’s just as fun to go up the mountain as it is to go down thanks to Vermont resort’s well maintained and sprawling trail networks.
Vermont’s mountains offer a plethora of activities throughout the year, one of the most robust of which is the fast-growing sport of mountain biking.
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