Ski Areas

Vermont has numerous alpine and Nordic ski areas scattered throughout the Green Mountains, and you can find links and information for all of them at Ski Vermont, the official site of the Vermont Ski Areas Association.  Snowfall varies widely among Vermont’s Green Mountains as one heads from north to south, with over 350 inches of annual snowfall at the northern end of the state gradually tapering to less than half that at the southern end.  Below, Vermont’s alpine ski areas are listed from north to south with their annual snowfall, and clicking on any area will bring you to the area’s home page.

Jay Peak (355″)
Burke (250″)
Smuggler’s Notch (320″)
Stowe (333″)
Bolton Valley (312″)
Cochran’s (88”)
Mad River Glen (250″)
Sugarbush (269″)
Middlebury (250″)
Suicide Six (80″)
Pico (250″)
Killington (250″)
Bear Creek (300″)
Ascutney (200″)
Okemo (200″)
Bromley (155″)
Magic Mountain (200″)
Stratton (180″)
Mount Snow (163″)

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