Top 5 Ski Resorts In Vermont, USA - Updated 2022

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Vermont is one of the least inhabited US states, and it is also one of the safest states in the country. It has plenty of natural attractions that offer stunning picturesque landscapes. The Green Mountains is a mountain range that runs south to north of the state, while the freshwater Lake Champlain is a historic site and a landmark during the Revolutionary War. Vermont is also a top winter destination, boasting high-tech snowmaking equipment that can produce natural snow. This technology allows ski resorts to open from late November to mid-April. Ski resorts in the state offer fascinating experiences from beginners to advanced skiers, along with a relaxed stay. If you’re interested in a trip to this state, read on to discover the top ski resorts in Vermont, USA.

1. The Lodge at Spruce Peak, a Destination by Hyatt Residence, Stowe (from USD 359)

This extravagant lodging presents gorgeous views of the snow-clad Mt. Mansfield. Rooms in The Lodge at Spruce Peak have floor-to-ceiling windows, a flat-screen television, iPod docking station, complimentary WiFi, and a marbled bathroom. You can dine at the Solstice, the in-house restaurant serving locally produced organic food. This family-friendly place also has outdoor and indoor gaming amenities, a heated outdoor pool, and daycare assistance.

This resort also features easy access to skiing and snowboarding sites on Mt. Mansfield through six nearby lifts. Over Easy Transfer Gondola is only 50 m (164 ft) from the property. Ski equipment rentals and lessons are available here, but you can also easily walk to attractions that feature other winter sports, such as ice skating, hiking, and mountain biking.


The Lodge at Spruce Peak, a Destination by Hyatt Residence

Wifi Available

Address: 7412 Mountain Road
Accommodates: 6

Parking Restaurant Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-hour front desk Tennis court Sauna

2. The Stowehof Hotel, Stowe (from USD 239)

This spacious resort offers uniquely decorated rooms for a homey stay. You have access to a fashionable common living room with floor-to-ceiling windows, a library, a game room with cards and a pool table, and an in-house restaurant and bar. The Stowehof Hotel is also recognized for its excellent hospitality services, offering a 24-hour front desk and routine housekeeping. Outdoor facilities include a fire pit, a tennis court, a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, and complimentary parking.

This property’s prime location makes it close to renowned local attractions, including the skiing and snowboarding sites of Mt. Mansfield, which is only 4.8 km (3 mi) away. It also has a slopy area where you can go on a short sled or ski. Ski storage is available, too.


The Stowehof Hotel

Wifi Available

Address: 434 Edson Hill Road
Accommodates: 4

Parking Restaurant Pets allowed Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-hour front desk Tennis court Sauna

3. The Black Bear Lodge at Stratton Mountain Resort (from USD 145)

The Black Bear Lodge at Stratton Mountain Resort features access to numerous ski and snowboarding slopes, along with a hot tub and sauna that you can use after a long cold day of winter activities. Villager, the nearest ski lift to Stratton Mountain, is only 200 m (656 ft) away. Stratton Mountain Resort has 99 trails, fast cable rides, a 27-hole golf course, and mountain biking trails.

All lodgings in The Black Bear Lodge have free WiFi, a flat-screen cable television, an en-suite bathroom, air conditioning, and heating. The entire property is also smoke-free.


The Black Bear Lodge at Stratton Mountain Resort

Wifi Available

Address: 5 Village Lodge Road
Accommodates: 4

Parking Restaurant Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-hour front desk Tennis court Sauna Golf course (within 3 km)

4. Mountain Lodge at Okemo, Ludlow (from USD 139)

Mountain Lodge at Okemo offers fully equipped accommodations with a seating area, cable television, free WiFi, fireplace, kitchen, washer and dryer, and an en-suite bathroom with a combined hot tub and shower. The lodging’s private balconies also offer beautiful views of Okemo’s mountain slopes.

This property features ski-in, ski-out access, with Okemo Mountain Resort only a three-minute walk from here. It has one of the toughest skiing trails in Vermont, but it also offers groomed beginner-friendly trails and ride trails. One-day ski passes start at 87 USD.


Mountain Lodge at Okemo

Wifi Available

Address: 306 Mountain Road
Accommodates: 4

Parking Meeting/banquet facilities Sauna Fitness centre Golf course (within 3 km) Babysitting/child services Laundry Skiing

5. Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa, Stowe (from USD 248)

This four-star resort in Stowe features numerous amenities for a pleasurable stay. Skiing, sledding, hiking, and mountain biking trails are nearby, and Stowe offers 70 km (44 mi) of skiable terrain. While the nearest lift is 6 km (4 mi) away, ski passes and storage are available on site for your convenience.

Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa offers guest rooms that come with free internet access, a fridge, and a coffee maker. It also has an indoor swimming pool and 2 outdoor pools that are open all year, including a 12-foot (4-meter) waterfall. You can also practice your swing in the resort’s private nine-hole golf course. During summers, it hosts the Stoweflake Hot Air Balloon Festival, so watch out for its next schedule.


Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa

Wifi Available

Address: 1746 Mountain Road
Accommodates: 8

Parking Restaurant Pets allowed Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-hour front desk Tennis court

Visit Vermont on your next skiing holiday

Vermont is an acclaimed skiing destination with resorts that are open from late November to mid-April. Several accommodations are available for a convenient stay, so choose from one of the top ski resorts in the state that offer year-round activities for your next escapade.

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