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Central Vermont has a surprising variety of ski resorts—one for every style of skier from college kid to nostalgia-seeker.



Killington Ski Resort

Killington VT 05751
Vermont's largest and tallest, with 3050 ft (930 m) vertical drop, 200 downhill trails, 31 lifts (including a gondola), extensive snowmaking, terrain parks, and many off-slope dining and entertainment options. More...

Pico Mountain

Killington VT 05751
Once an independent peak, now part of the vast Killington Ski Resort, it offers a somewhat quieter, more easily comprehensible skiing experience. More...

Mad River Glen

Waitsfield VT 05673
Preservationist co-op keeps this area traditional, uncrowded, "free of snowboarding," with 2037 ft (621 m) vertical drop, 45 trails, 5 lifts, "where skiing is a sport, not an industry." More...

Middlebury College Snow Bowl

Middlebury VT 05753
Small, friendly college ski team area with 1050 ft (320 m) vertical drop, 15 trails, 3 lifts, and good affordable food. More...

Sugarbush Ski Resort

Warren VT 05674-9993
Varied resort with six interconnected 4000-ft peaks, 2600 ft (792 m) vertical drop, 115 downhill trails, 16 lifts, two snowparks, half-pipe. More...

Saskadena Six Ski Resort

Woodstock VT 05091
Woodstock Inn's own small ski area, founded in 1937 as Suicide Six, has a 650 ft (198 m) vertical drop, 23 downhill trails, 3 lifts, half-pipe. More...

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