The Green Mountain State offers some of the best skiing in the
Northeast, big mountains, great views, and charming resorts and ski
towns for end of the ski day amusements.
BOLTON VALLEY RESORT - Bolton Valley, Vermont
802-434-3444 Lodging 1-877-9BOLTON
Vertical Drop: 1,704’, Summit Elevation: 3,150'
Skiable Terrain: 300 acres
6 Lifts, 71 Trails
Founded in 1966
Bolton Valley Resort boasts great views of the Green Mountains, western lying Lake Champlain and NY’s Adirondacks. Bolton, now under local ownership, has expanded its skiing terrain to encompass glades and a quad chair to the summit. 3 Terrain Parks and a self-contained village round out the experience. Bolton tends to be less crowded and affordable for families. Bolton also boasts the first wind turbine at a Vermont ski resort. Bolton offers Vermont's only night skiing on 10 trails and 3 terrain parks Wednesday - Saturday nights.
BROMLEY MOUNTAIN - Manchester Center, Vermont
802-824-5522 Lodging 800-865-4786
Vertical Drop: 1,334’, Summit Elevation: 3,284'
Skiable Terrain: 178 acres
9 Lifts, 47 Trails
Founded in 1936-37
Bromley has a family friendly atmosphere with great learning programs, a central base lodge with convenient parking and a variety of terrain. With affordable midweek/non-holiday lift tickets, Bromley is a deal. The southern exposure makes it a sunny mountain too. The history of Bromley is beer worthy, since it was founded by Fred Pabst of Pabst Brewing - aka PBR.
BURKE MOUNTAIN SKI AREA - Sherburne Lodge Road, East Burke, Vermont
802-626-7300 Lodging 888–BURKEVT
Vertical Drop: 2,011’
Skiable Terrain: 270 acres
5 Lifts, 50 Trails
Founded in 1956
Burke has long served as a training mountain for Burke Academy ski racers. The terrain is impressive, and the setting in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom is awesome. A new Hotel Burke debuts, two high-speed quads cover the 2,011' vert., with enhancements to snowmaking and glades - but still the same classic vibe, very few skiers, nd gorgeous views make this Vermont's best kept secret.
Hermitage Club - at Haystack Mountain West Dover Vermont
This Private Club opened in 2011, with 1500 memberships available for private skiing on Haystack Mountain, access to a magnificent Clubhouse, concierge service and ski valet. Like the Yellowstone Club of the East, this ski resort offers the well-heeled in ski boots a place to play and belong with out lift lines or crowded base lodges. Skiing is for members only.
Vertical 1,400, Summit 3,200'
Skiable Acres 194
40 Trails, 90% snowmaking