Ski Vermont!

Vermont‘s ski season opens November 1st – Will you be there? Skiing in Killington VermontKnown as the Rockies of the East, the rugged hills of Vermont provide legendary conditions for skiers, riders and winter enthusiasts alike. Whether you prefer downhill, freestyle, cross-country or snowboarding, there are hills and peaks for any taste at any level. Find Rentals highly recommends making Vermont your next vacation destination and we’ve hand-picked 5 popular areas to explore: Jay Peak, Killington, Okemo, and Stowe.

Choose from the selection below and get in contact with reputable agents or homeowners who will be delighted to put you in comfortable vacation rental homes, condos, cabins resorts and more. Whether you prefer ski-in/ski-out, secluded, mountain top or mountain base accommodations, Find Rentals has it all in our comprehensive directory. The best skiing in the Eastern U.S. is just a click away so what are you waiting for? Find that perfect place and enjoy your vacation!

Featured Vermont Ski Resort Areas:Skiing in Vermont

Stratton Mountain Resort boasts a 2,003 feet of vertical drop with 92 trails serviced by 16 lifts, 4 high speed 6 passenger lifts, and a 12 passenger summit gondola. Stratton also features cross-country ski trails, 2 base lodges (Main Mountain and Sunbowl), instructional programs, 5 terrain parks, sleigh rides, snowshoeing, ice skating, shopping at Stratton Village Square, and more!

Killington is the largest ski resort in Vermont. The Killington Ski Resort area receives around 250 inches of annual snowfall and features the highest capacity lift system with 22 lifts giving access to 6 interconnected mountains which host 141 trails. Killington also has the worlds most extensive snow making system; covering 600 acres.  Killington is enjoyed for its multiple terrains, 5 terrain parks, high elevation vistas,  87 mountain-to-mountain exploration trails, cross country skiing, sleigh rides, ice skating, shopping – factory outlets, antique shops, artisan workshops, craft fairs, and country stores.

Stowe Mountain Resort boasts Vermont‘s Highest Peak at 4,395 feet and is home to 118 trails serviced by 13 lifts including the East’s first detachable quad chair and the world’s fastest gondola.  The Stowe Ski Resort is known for its long trails and 333 inches of annual snowfall. Stowe‘s expansive snow making system covers 90% of the ski resort area.

The Okemo Mountain Resort is southern Vermont‘s highest vertical drop at 2,200ft. The Okemo resort has a modern and efficient lift system with 19 lifts servicing 119 trails on the 632 acres of terrain which 96% of which is covered by snowmaking. Of Okemo‘s 5 mountain areas, the Okemo Resort area‘s longest trail is 4.5 miles long. Okemo also features a superpipe and 6 terrain parks!

Jay Peak Resort‘s 8 modern and efficient lifts service 2,153 vertical feet and 385 acres of skiing  with 77 trails covering 50+ miles of ski-able terrain. Jay Peak Resort’s 2 mountain peaks  receive 379 inches of snowfall annually, and have 80% snow making coverage. The longest trail at Jay Peak ski resort is 3 miles long.

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