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Great Downhill Skiing and Riding

Vermont is where the world celebrates winter. Well-known as a downhill skiing and snowboarding mecca throughout the Eastern United States, Vermont is famous for a very good reason.

Skiers and snowboarders can choose from more than 5,700 acres of terrain at 17 different alpine resorts. Vermont offers terrain to suit every ability level including gentle teaching slopes, miles of novice and intermediate trails, wide-open boulevards for cruising, gladed terrain, and steep mogul fields for experts.

Annual mountain snowfall averages 250 inches and 70% of Vermont’s terrain is covered by state-of-the-art snowmaking.

Vermont offers terrain to suit every ability level
Vermont offers terrain to suit every ability level



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