This will be the company's second ski resort in the Green Mountain State.
Authentic Vermont skiing with amazing terrain and family forward service.
Sugarbush may have the prettiest corner of any ski area.
Remaining ever the same, Mad River Glen retains its character and allure.
You won’t find crazy steeps at Bretton Woods, but the scenery alone is worth a visit.
Cozy village, lively scene, plenty of soul.
Where the snowmaking and grooming are second to none.
Manicured trails and fine dining combine with high quality terrain parks and tree skiing at this Vermont resort.
Smooth, well serviced, and easy going skiing in New Hampshire.
Get out of the city and get to the slopes of Seven Springs this season.
The ski area's tough terrain and independent spirit keeps visitors happy all winter long.
The Vail acquisition gives an influx of capital and skiing stoke, remaking the face of the famous East Coast resort.
Long runs and spectacular scenery trump cold winds and tough terrain.
A landmark of Massachusetts, and one of the great training mountains of the East Coast.
Northern Vermont's beloved Smugglers' Notch has long been rumored to be the next resort joining Vail Resorts' ever-expanding portfolio. We sent our crackerjack reporter in to investigate—and, more importantly ski his favorite steep Eastern lines in his spare time.
The Massachusetts resort is offering a seven-hour night skiing lift ticket for $19 on Monday nights in January.
Think you know steep? Check out these puckering runs.
Not to be outdone by the West, the two Eastern Resorts will also start spinning lifts this weekend.
Here's the top 10 best resorts for Scenery in the East, according to SKI's Reader Resort Survey.
Top 10 resorts in the East for Service, according to SKI's Reader Resort Survey.
Top 10 resorts in the East for Lodging, according to SKI's Reader Resort Survey.
Top 10 resorts in the East for Overall Satisfaction, according to SKI's Reader Resort Survey.
Top 10 resorts in the East for Access, according to SKI's Reader Resort Survey.