Mount Snow has a 60+year tradition of great skiing and socializing in southern Vermont, with impressive snowmaking, extensive lodging, great terrain parks and fun apres ski.
Mount Snow has the Longest Terrain Park in the East located on its own mountain – Carinthia. Your kids will love the progressive parks at Carinthia including inherent natural elements, horse trailers to bonk and tree rails to ride. You will love the beautiful Vermont views and sweeping groomed runs.
Mount Snow offers skiers and riders 80 trails and an amazing 20 lifts including the Bluebird Express from base to summit – a high-speed six-person blue bubble chair. Mount Snow also has the most fan gun snowmaking in North America at over 250. There’s a Learning Center, plus expert childcare and ski and ride lesson programs.
Mount Snow for a ski getaway has lots of mountain lodging – the most choice is the Mount Snow Grand Summit Hotel with an outdoor heated pool and a full service NatureSpa but there are also loads of surrounding condos and hotels. The Mount Snow village has a base lodge, plenty of casual eateries and après ski, and the classic Clock Tower.
Mount Snow has beautiful groomed cruisers on the front side, nothing too steep or formidable – all with sweeping Vermont views. The North Face has steeper pitched trails that are short but sweet and served by a high speed quad. The Sunbrook area is South Facing with a few long fun cruisers and a couple of beefy bump runs that are popular on a spring ski day.
Mount Snow is now EPIC! Vail Resorts acquired Peaks Resorts including Mount Snow, Attitash, Wildcat Crotched Hunter, Jack Frost and Big Boulder in The Poconos – all to be included in Vail’s Epic Pass. Other Vermont ski resorts on Vail’s Epic Pass include Stowe and Okemo!
Mount Snow is a great family ski resort for a weekend or a steal away for a far less crowded mid week day. There’s tremendous history here too- dating back to Fountain Mountain, Mount Snow was hopping in the 60’s and 70s. Ask a few locals about the tropical theme base lodge back in the heyday.
Nearby Mount Snow in West Dover is The Hermitage Club, a private ski club and community on the ski area formerly known as Haystack. This Vermont members only ski and golf resort residence opened in 2011, like the Yellowstone Club of the East.
Mount Snow Stats:
West Dover, Vermont
Vertical Drop: 1,700’
Skiable Terrain: 589 acres
20 Lifts, 86 Trails
Carinthia Park 100-acre designated terrain park on its own mountain face
The Bluebird Express – base to summit high-speed bubble-cover six-passenger lift
Founded in 1955
802-464-3333 Lodging 800-245-7669