Skiing in Vermont
If you are a snow skier or snowboarder Vermont
is the perfect destination for awesome snow.... If you are an avid
snow skier, beginner or thinking about experiencing snow
skiing/snowboarding for the first time you are in the perfect spot.
Vermont is one of the best ski destinations, there are twenty Alpine Ski
Resorts & thirty cross-country touring centers throughout the state of
Vermont. In Vermont there are 6,052 acres of alpine terrain, 1,269
trails, 885 miles of Nordic trails and 179 lifts. So it's easy to
see why Vermont snow skiing & snowboarding can easily accommodate every
level from the advanced downhiller, to beginners for adults and
toddlers, first timers, moguls, and snowboarding to quiet cross county
jaunts though beautiful scenery on skis or snowshoes. Many Vermont
resorts offers family-friendly packages including lodging & skiing
packages including special amenities & activities for children.
Several resorts offer fantastic ways for you to spend your downtime off
the mountain from relaxing spas, shopping, dining and fun entertainment
centers for the kids. Vermont offers big mountain skiing with a
cozy small town feel, no matter where you decide to ski in Vermont.
With an average annual mountain snowfall of 225 inches combined with
state of the art snow making equipment Vermont offers one of the longest
ski seasons on the East coast!!!! When you are visiting Vermont
you are within an hour's drive to fantastic skiing. Vermont is the
proud home to the first U.S. Olympic gold medal winner in Nordic skiing
Bill Koch along with Olympic medal winners such as: Kelly Clark, Hannah
Teter, Ross Powers, Lindsey Jacobellis, Billy Kidd and Andrea Meade.
Make this the best winter ever and ski Vermont !!!! Your entire
family will have a blast you won't be disappointed..... Depending
on where you decide to ski there is The Vermont Ski Museum located in
the heart of the Village Stowe. The Ski Museum is housed in the
Old Town Hall Building built in 1818 and is listed on the National
Register of Historic Places. If you have the chance be sure to visit The
Vermont Ski Museum and experience a piece of Vermont's Skiing History.