Stratton Mountain provides skiing and boarding for all levels. With nearly 100 trails and several terrain parks, this ski resort will delight all age riders. Popular summer activities include hiking, mountain biking, tennis, camps for kids and golf.
Stratton Village is lined with family friendly shops, restaurants and lodging options. A variety of events liven up the Village, including everything from live music and yoga to races and tent sales.
Stratton Mountain is located on the highest peak in Southern Vermont, approximately 100 miles south of Burlington, Vermont, and 100 miles west of Manchester, New Hampshire. Both areas have airports serviced by many different airlines.
Stratton offers skiers and riders 2,003 feet of vertical drop from its summit elevation of 3,875 feet, 99 trails and more than 160 acres of gladed skiing. The ski area is home to 11 lifts, including the summit gondola and 4 high-speed, 6-passenger chairs, that service 670 skiable acres of varied terrain. Life capacity per hour is 33,928. Stratton Mountain receives an average of 180 inches of snow per year and provides 95% snowmaking coverage with 1,200 snowguns.
The longest trail is three miles, running from Mike’s Way to Wanderer. The breakout of trails is 40% beginner, 35% intermediate, 16% advanced and 9% expert. Be sure to catch one of the four terrain parks available on the mountain.
During spring, make it to the mountain early since sunshine and higher temperatures will quickly soften snow throughout the day. If you are skiing at this time, you can usually snag a deal on next year’s season pass or lift tickets and lodging. If you book online, you can also score a discount on lift tickets any time of the year.
Stratton offers many different ski and snowboard programs for all levels, including multi-day women’s camps. Rentals are available on the mountain as well as plenty of retail opportunities. Childcare is available for children ages six weeks to five years old.