Here are northern Vermont's ski areas. Have a look at my Vermont Ski Map to see all of the state's ski and snowboarding resorts.
Bolton Valley VT 05477
Family and learning-skier resort, 1704 ft (519 m) vertical
drop, six lifts, 64 downhill and 100 km of cross-country
trails, 1500-ft terrain park and half-pipe, indoor
tennis and basketball, and child care center. More...
East Burke VT 05832
Unpretentious old-time atmosphere in lots of snow,
2000 ft (610 m) vertical drop, 4 lifts, 43 open, gladed,
meandering and contour-tracking trails, five-acre terrain
park and junior park. More...
A small, affordable beginners' ski area only 15 miles (24 km) southeast of Burlington, and not far from Bolton Valley, Stowe, and Sugarbush, Cochran's was the first non-profit ski area in the USA. More...
Jay VT 05859
Big Northeast Kingdom area with lots of
natural snow, 2153 ft (656 m) vertical drop, 8 lifts,
76 downhill trails, 60-person aerial tramway, and "real
skiing for real people." More...
Smugglers' Notch VT 05464
Family resort with good ski schools, 2610 ft (796 m)
vertical drop, 78 downhill trails, 8 lifts, snowboarding,
30 km of cross-country ski trails and 20 km of snowshoe
trails, condo accommodations and a family soul. More...
Stowe VT 05672
Vermont's highest peak, a town with a European spirit,
vertical drop of 2360 ft (719 m), 48 trails, 12 lifts,
night skiing, terrain parks, half-pipe, and recent
expansion and improvement. More...