Mount Snow Ski Resort

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# 6Intermediate Terrain in North America
# 6Intermediate Terrain in United States
# 1Terrain Park in Vermont
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Mount Snow ski area has terrain suitable for all ability types, from gentle beginner slopes to blue cruisers and challenging black diamonds. The resort is known for having great snow making coverage, excellent grooming operations, modern facilities and a comfortable lodge.

Skiers and riders have access to 600 acres, serviced by 20 lifts. The Bluebird Express lift, Mount Snow’s six-person bubble lift, transports skiers and riders to the resort’s summit elevation of 3,600 feet. But it’s all downhill from there: the 1,700 feet of vertical drop sees an average annual snowfall of 156 inches. Base elevation is 1,900 feet.

The base area lodge plays host to a variety of events throughout the summer and winter seasons. Whether teeing off at the Mount Snow Golf Club or catching some air in the Mount Snow Bike Park, there are resort activities for everyone.

Where Is Mount Snow Ski Resort?

Mount Snow, located in the Green Mountains of southern Vermont, is a doable drive from many Northeast metropolitan areas, including New York City, Boston, Albany and Hartford. The mountain resort and ski area are within four miles of West Dover.

Plan Your Trip

Mount Snow Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Total Snowfall

52"
32"
22"
11"
0"
0"
Nov
28"
Dec
43"
Jan
26"
Feb
4"
Mar

Terrain Overview

16%
Beginners Runs
67%
Intermediate Runs
16%
Advanced Runs
1%
Expert Runs
87
Runs in Total
36.6 mi
Runs in Total
3.0 mi
Longest Run
600 ac
Skiable Terrain
480 ac
Snow Making

Total Lifts: 20

0
Gondolas & Trams
0
Eight Person Lifts
1
High Speed Sixes
3
High Speed Quads
1
Quad Chairs
6
Triple Chairs
4
Double Chairs
5
Surface Lifts

Elevation

3600'
Summit
1700'
Vertical Drop
1900'
Base

Important Dates

November 19, 20212021/11/19

Projected Opening

April 18, 20222022/04/18

Projected Closing

158

Projected Days Open

135

Days Open Last Year

1954

Years Open

156"

Average Snowfall
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