Best Ski Resorts in Vermont

This list represents the most popular ski resorts in Vermont. Use this list to plan your next Vermont ski resorts trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

  • #1 Mount Snow Ski Resort

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    Mount Snow, VT

    Mount Snow, Vermont’s second-largest ski resort, got its start in 1954 when colorful entrepreneur Walter Schoenknecht turned farmer Reuben Snow’s upper astures on Mt. Pisgah into Mount Snow Resort. ...
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    Mount Snow, Vermont’s second-largest ski resort, got its start in 1954 when colorful entrepreneur Walter Schoenknecht turned ...

  • #2 Killington Ski Resort

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    Killington, VT

    When you think Killington, you think big. It’s the biggest in the East, and by acreage and number of trails, it’s among the biggest in the country. When Killington opened on December 13, 1958, ...
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    When you think Killington, you think big. It’s the biggest in the East, and by acreage and number of trails, it’s among the ...

  • #3 Stowe Mountain Ski Resort

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    Stowe, VT

    Stowe Resort covers two mountains, Mt. Mansfield and Spruce Peak. Geographically, Mansfield and Spruce look like siblings of different ages and, perhaps, different fathers. Mansfield is big—by ...
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    Stowe Resort covers two mountains, Mt. Mansfield and Spruce Peak. Geographically, Mansfield and Spruce look like siblings ...

  • #4 Sugarbush Ski Resort

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    Warren, VT

    Sugarbush opened for business on Christmas Day 1958, when a lift ticket cost $5.50 and the three employees rotated among selling tickets, tending bar, and washing dishes. There were 10 trails, ...
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    Sugarbush opened for business on Christmas Day 1958, when a lift ticket cost $5.50 and the three employees rotated among ...

  • #5 Stratton Mountain Ski Resort

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    Stratton Mountain, VT

    Stratton Mountain opened to skiers in December 1961 with 7 mi of trails, two lower lifts, and one upper lift. It was designed as a destination resort, not a drive-in/drive-out ski area. It wasn’t ...
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    Stratton Mountain opened to skiers in December 1961 with 7 mi of trails, two lower lifts, and one upper lift. It was designed ...