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Mount Snow

39 Mount Snow Road


Mount Snow has a long and storied history that includes numerous crazy events, innovations and stories that took place over our nearly 60 years of skiing and riding in southern Vermont. One of the very first ski resorts on the East Coast, Mount Snow is continuing to define the ski industry even today. Below is a timeline of what we feel are some of the most significant events in our great resort's history.



Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Your best bet for regularly skiing Mt. Snow is to buy a 50$ a year membership to a ski council club. It pushed lift tickets to an affordable 40 to 50/day. The food is decent and the trails are good for beginner to intermediate skiers. I feel like it's a good family mountain and a good place for park skiers.

Christian Cobb

Sunday, April 1, 2018
A really fun mountain! Cannot say enough about the conditions, staff, facilities, and restaurants. The only thing and it's no fault of the mountain, but it was so incredibly busy that we had to wait quite a bit for nearly everything including beer and restrooms. We really did have a blast though, we would definitely go back some day!

Random Person

Sunday, March 4, 2018
Mt Snow is a great place. The Carthinia area is well groomed and nicely maintained. The lifts are quite safe except for the Ego Alley lift which has not bars underneath. The restaurant are excellent and the staff is OK, but could be more friendly. However, the instructors are kind and very thoughtful. Great place for skiers and snowboarders.

Matt Parke

Monday, May 7, 2018
Terrain is fairly mild but still fun. Free lockers is very nice. Getting stuck on the lift for 30 minutes in single degree windchill and simply receiving a $10 off the next visit voucher is very weak. Ironically I won't need it.

Luca Maes

Monday, March 12, 2018
We went after the snowstorm in early March 2018 and the snow was phenomenal. There were 4 feet of powder and the trails (and especially the glades) were amazing! The food is way too expensive but it’s a ski mountain so what do you expect. The lines at the bottom are very long at the lifts (especially the blue bubble lift), so I recommend taking the lifts partway down the mountain as much as you can to avoid waiting at the bottom for a long time!

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