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Killington Ski Resort- Killington Resort posts the longest season in the eastern United States. The October to June ski resort offers a tremendous variety of terrain on 7 mountains covering 1,200 acres.
Stowe Mountain Resort- Stowe Mountain Resort is one of the most popular ski resorts in the East. With 47 trails and skiing elevations nearly 4,000 feet high, this year-round resort offers 10 lifts, with an hourly capacity of over 12,000.
Stratton Mountain Resort- Stratton has created lasting memories for generations of friends and families. Come and enjoy the mountain friends and freedom of Stratton's Vermont. Stratton is also home of the 2001 U.S. Open Snowboarding Championships!

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Description - Vermont is one of New England's premier ski destinations. With over 20 resorts and over 1,000 trails, some with vertical drops in excess of 3,000 feet, Vermont and its Green Mountains have entertained generations of winter outdoor enthusiasts.

Recreation - Downhill skiing is the predominate recreation enjoyed at Vermont's ski resorts. Cross-country skiing is offered at several resorts in addition to snow tubing, ski instruction and ice skating. The majority of the resorts are centered around villages which offer lodging, restaurants, nightlife, childcare, ski shops and more.

Climate - Vermont's climate varies somewhat depending on region. Generally, the state experiences mild summers with temperatures rarely reaching 90 degrees F. Often summer lows will dip to 50 degrees and by late August temperatures begin to cool. Signs of spring are evident in the Champlain Valley by late March, although the high country begins mud season at this time and doesn't get a full thaw until late April. The mountainous regions of the state have seen snow fall in every month, so be prepared for cooler temperatures if staying in those areas.

Winters can be harsh and long in this northern state. Snow is likely to fall anytime between September and April. Humidity makes winter weather seem bitter and usually a few weeks during the winter see night time temperature below zero. The average winter temperature is 20 degrees F with highs reaching into the forties on warm days.

Location - Vermont ski resorts may be found in each of the three travel regions.

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Ski Vermont, P.O. Box 368 , Montpelier, VT, 05601, Phone: 802-223-2439, Fax: 802-229-6917

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Vermont - This state has a diverse geography that will satisfy every outdoor enthusiast in all seasons. The Green Mountains and Lake Champlain are two of the most obvious geographic features that support outdoor activities.

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