Snow in Vermont

Snowpack levels across Vermont are currently 49% of normal. Vermont's annual average snowfall total is 147". The table below shows the snow cover in Vermont. For each ski resort you will find the essential information from its snow report: snow depths, open slopes and lifts, date of the last snowfall, today's weather. All the information you need to choose the right ski resort for you in Vermont.
OpenResort Name
Snowfall 24h24h
Base DepthBase
Open TrailsTrails
Open Lifts
Bolton Valley-
-
24-30"
Packed Powder
71/71
100% Open
6/6
-
Bromley Mountain-
-
16-24"
Machine Groomed
41/47
87% Open
7/8
-
Burke Mountain1"
-
6-34"
Variable Conditions
42/54
70% Open
4/4
-
Jay Peak1"
-
26-48"
Machine Groomed
80/81
96% Open
9/9
-
Killington Resort-
-
17"
Machine Groomed
146/155
94% Open
17/22
-
Mad River Glen-
-
8-18"
Hard Packed
60/60
97% Open
5/5
-
Magic Mountain-
-
10-18"
Variable Conditions
37/50
74% Open
4/5
-
Mount Snow-
-
18"
Packed Powder
68/86
80% Open
16/19
-
Okemo Mountain Resort-
-
16"
Variable Conditions
125/126
94% Open
17/20
-
Pico Mountain -
-
17"
Machine Groomed
57/61
93% Open
6/7
-
Saskadena Six-
-
0-12"
Variable Conditions
11/24
46% Open
2/3
-
Smugglers' Notch Resort-
-
14-40"
Packed Powder
72/78
92% Open
7/8
-
Stowe Mountain-
-
15-30"
Machine Groomed
111/116
97% Open
11/12
-
Stratton Mountain-
-
20"
94/99
-
11/11
-
Sugarbush-
-
24-48"
Packed Powder
111/111
-
13/16
-

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