Logo   Okemo Mountain Ski Resort, Vermont
Well rounded, family-owned, five-mountain ski resort noted for its good surface grooming and intermediate cruising.



Okemo Mountain, near the pretty town of Ludlow VT (map), is the third-largest ski resort in Vermont. It has been an all-service, all-satisfying ski resort for years.

Getting There

Travel to Okemo from:

Boston MA: 155 miles (3 hours)

Hartford CT: 130 miles (2.75 hours)

New York City: 250 miles (5 hours)

Adventure Northeast runs direct buses from New York City to Okemo. Here's more info on transport.

Okemo's Mountains

Okemo boasts a vertical drop of 2200 feet (671 meters), 121 trails (38 green, 44 blue, 39 black) totalling 42.5 miles (68 km), 20 lifts including one six-seat heated high-speed, 9 quads (4 of them high-speed, one of the heated), 9 terrain parks for snowboarders, a nordic (x-c) ski center, and 98% snowmaking coverage—the most snowmaking coverage in Vermont.


The 50-room Mountain Lodge at Okemo is the traditional ski-in, ski-out base-lodge hostelry, and the separate Jackson Gore area, with its luxury 250-room Jackson Gore Inn on Okemo Mountain and all up-to-date services, keeps Okemo in competition with its similarly big and busy southern neighbors, Stratton Mountain and Mount Snow.

Accommodations are also available in the neighboring town of Ludlow. More...

Here's how to find a hotel, motel or inn at Okemo:


Okemo Mountain Ski Resort
Tel InfoLine: 802-228-1600
Reservations: 800-786-5366
Snow Phone: 802-228-5222
77 Okemo Ridge Road (map)
Ludlow VT 05149

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