Logo   Woodbury Ski Area, Woodbury CT
Small, pretty, innovative and fun, with ski trails, a snowboard terrain park, and lots of great snow tubing close to major population centers. 



Woodbury Ski, Skate and Tubing Park, west of Waterbury (map), is Connecticut's most modest, with a vertical drop of 300 feet from an 850-foot summit, and a longest-trail of a half mile—but it's still fun.

The 18 trails for downhill skiing and snowboarding on 100 acres of skiable land are served by a double chairlift and five surface lifts.

Woodbury Ski Area, CT

Owner and former Olympic skier Rod Taylor, national downhill champion in 1970, is proud of Woodbury's history of innovation. Snowboarding got an early start here, and Taylor boasts that Woodbury had one of the very first terrain parks.

Woodbury's snow tubing park is among the largest in New England. (If you've never tried snow tubing, you should! It's a great deal of fun no matter what your age.)

The steep valley is well suited to the sport, which is simple to learn, and you can rent a snow tube right hereā€”one size fits all. There's even a separate snow tubing lodge to serve tubers.

By the way, the nearby town of Woodbury is one of those beautiful gems of the Connecticut countryside, noted for its high-level antiques shops.

Woodbury Ski Area
785 Washington Road (map)
Woodbury CT
Tel 203-263-2203
Fax 203-263-2823

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Snow tubing is a big part of the fun
at Woodbury Ski Area.




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