Stratton, Vermont

Manicured trails and fine dining combine with high quality terrain parks and tree skiing at this Vermont resort.
By SKI Magazine Editors ,

Stratton is the real deal.

Photo courtesy of Stratton Mountain

Stratton is a classy place, long a destination for affluent metropolitan skiers who like the easy drive to its southern Vermont slopes. And as you’d expect at a place that feels a little like a country club on snow, Stratton’s trails are as immaculately groomed as any fairways. High-speed lifts and solid-blue cruisers, clean and spiffy lodges, a private slopeside clubhouse, a thriving race academy, and a base-area promenade lined with shops and fine restaurants seal the deal for the Westchester County families, many of whom have been loyal Stratton skiers for decades.     

Average Snowfall

180"

Acres

670

Lifts

11

Trails

97

COME FOR THE...

DINNER RESERVATION Fire Tower for a Bacon Old Fashioned and the signature Ahi nachos.

MANDATORY RUN Limber up on Sunriser Supertrail, then hop the quad and hit sun-soaked Shooting Star first thing.

APRÈS SPOT Totally redone this past season, Grizzly’s is bigger and better with more live music.

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