South-Central Vermont Alpine Skiing
Ascutney Mountain Resort - Located just 6 miles off I-91 in Brownsville, VT, the Ascutney Mountain Resort features 6 lifts for its 56 trails (1800' of vertical terrain).
Bear Creek Mountain Club - Bear Creek is more suited to those looking to invest in an area. It works on a membership basis, and allows only 450 people a day to ski.
Killington Resort - Features skiing at the East's largest ski resort. Features 7 mountains, 32 lifts, and a number of summer activities such as golfing, mountain biking and more. Killington.
Okemo Mountain Resort - Okemo is the “big mountain that gets the little things right”. Family owned and operated since 1982 by Tim and Diane Mueller, Okemo offers 18 lifts that service 117 trails (33% novice, 42% intermediate, 25% difficult) on a vertical drop of 2200 feet. They also offer 8 terrain parks, two halfpipes, and plenty of ski and snowboarding programs. The Okemo Valley Nordic Center also offers cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Ludlow.
Pico Mountain - Pico Mountain offers the friendly intimacy of old-time New England skiing with uncrowded slopes, long runs, diverse terrain, plus a central base village and lodge complete with a roaring stone fireplace. Killington.
The Quechee Club - Features 3 lifts and 8 groomed trails with 100% snowmaking coverage.
Suicide Six Ski Area - The area offers 23 trails, including a new double black diamond glade trail and a snowboarding halfpipe. It transports its skiers with two chair lifts and a J-bar. Woodstock.
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