Ski Vermont represents a variety of ski areas and resorts in the Green Mountain state.
There are many great winter resorts throughout Vermont including Bolton Valley, Bromley Mountain Resort, Burke Mountain Resort, Gonzos Alpine Training Center, Jay Peak Resort, Killington Resort, Mad River Glen, Mount Snow Resort, Okemo Mountain Resort, Pico Mountain, Smugglers' Notch Resort, Stowe Mountain Resort, Stratton Mountain Resort, Sugarbush Resort and Topnotch Resort. Use the zip code search or direct links BELOW to find locations near you.
In the spirit of spreading the love of winter to new enthusiasts, the majority of Vermont resorts will be offering $49 beginner lessons during the month of January, excluding Holiday periods. The beginner package includes equipment rental as well as a lesson with a professional instructor (lesson duration varies by resort) and access to the beginner terrain for both kids and adults. Due to the deeply discounted price, we will only offer one beginner package per person. These packages are for BEGINNERS ONLY. For a list of participating resorts with details and instructions for reserving your lesson visit www.skivermont.com/learn. And while you are there make sure to check out the Vermont Fifth Grade Passport – 5th graders ski and ride FREE in Vermont, find out how to enter to win a ski and stay package when you Bring a Friend to learn a new sport in Vermont this winter.
This season select ski areas will have discounted Learn To Ski and Snowboard packages during the January Learn A Snow Sport Month. See Special Programs/Special Offers.
A number of retail shops and resorts in New England states have partnered together to offer consumers booklets that offer special deals to
make skiing and snowboarding more affordable. Booklets are only available via participating retailers. Click on the sample booklet at left for a list.
In Vermont, Bromley Mountain Resort, Mount Snow Resort and Sugarbush Resort are on public lands and are part of the U.S. Forest Service, specifically the Green Mountains National Forest. Check National Forest System for a complete list of ski/snowboard areas on public land.