1. Tremblant, Quebec
“Mont Tremblant is the overall best resort in the East. Best value in North America. Dining, hotel accommodations, charm, and scenery are unparalleled.”
No. 2 in the East Overall: Tremblant, Que.
2. Holiday Valley, N.Y.
“I’ve been skiing Holiday Valley my whole life and they work hard to provide a first-class skiing experience. The resort and community does a phenomenal job creating a great location to ski and create memories. Ellicottville is the PERFECT ski town with shops, bars, and restaurants. And Holiday Valley is a bonafide year-round destination.”
No. 6 in the East Overall: Holiday Valley, N.Y.
3. Stowe Mountain Resort, Vt.
“Efficient, modern lifts. Great food options. Excellent service. Excellent lodging both at the mountain and in town. Lots of great restaurants and world-class beer.”
No. 13 in the East Overall: Stowe Mountain Resort, Vt.
4. Whiteface, N.Y.
No. 5 in the East Overall: Whiteface Mountain Resort, N.Y.
5. Killington, Vt.
“Killington has it all: sprawling, varied terrain to appeal to skiers of all levels, tons of lifts and accommodations, plenty of dining options, and enough snow guns to provide great coverage.”
No. 4 in the East Overall: Killington, Vt.
6. Smugglers’ Notch, Vt.
“Our skiing family, grandparents, grown children, and grandchildren shared a comfortable condo two minutes from the slopes for five days. Everyone enjoyed themselves immensely. The skiing at Smugglers’ Notch was extensive, conditions good, crowds almost nonexistent. There are a couple of really good restaurants at the resort and more down the hill in the village. It lived up to all our expectations and its own reputation..”
No. 1 in the East Overall: Smuggler’s Notch, Vt.
7. Sugarbush, Vt.
“Sugarbush is the best place in VT. Good variety of terrain, nice access to side country, a couple good lunch options. Also, the Mad River Valley is a special place in the world—nice people, lots of scattered inns and restaurants.”
No. 8 in the East Overall: Sugarbush, Vt.
8. Sunday River, Maine
No. 10 in the East Overall: Sunday River, Maine.
9. Mad River Glen, Vt.
“Mad River Glen has a wonderful small-town feel and could not be more welcoming. The surrounding area is beautiful and offers lots of non-skiing winter activities, as well as lots of reasonably priced and very charming dining and lodging options. I can’t imagine many people only visit once!”
No. 3 in the East Overall: Mad River Glen, Vt.
“Nearby Lincoln, N.H., has excellent off-hill dining and après-ski options. Great access! Loon is so easy to navigate even at the busiest times of the ski season.”
No. 20 Overall in the East: Loon Mountain, N.H.
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