If you’re looking for a convenient and hassle-free Vermont ski vacation that will please freestyle skiers or snowboarders, Mount Snow should be top-of-mind. Located in the Green Mountain National Forest—less than 30 miles from I-91—Mount Snow is Vermont’s closest major resort to the Northeast’s metropolitan hubs. This huge resort encompasses five separate mountains serviced by 20 lifts.
Mount Snow’s Carinthia is Vermont's only all-park mountain. Carinthia is a dedicated freeskiing and snowboarding terrain park zone, which features a smorgasbord of rails, jumps and half pipes. In addition to 125 features scattered around 12 terrain parks, Carinthia offers tree skiing, a Superpipe with 18-foot walls, a mini-pipe with eight-foot walls and more. Even the base lodge is dedicated to the freestyle state of mind and includes lounge areas, outdoor deck, flat screen televisions and outdoor fire pits.
A Mount Snow ski vacation is more than just skiing and riding. At this Vermont ski resort you can also treat yourself to snowmobiling, dog sledding, cross country skiing, shopping, spa services, fine dining and more.
Mount Snow Ski Resort
Every skier or snowboarder will find their slice of heaven on a Mount Snow ski vacation, thanks to the resorts smattering of gentle green slopes, pristine intermediate groomers, challenging steeps and glades, four freestyle terrain parks and a Superpipe. The Main Mountain is the heart of resort activities and events. Twelve chairlifts and a new six-person bubble lift ensure that there’s no waiting in extensive lift lines.
Advanced to expert skiers and snowboarders will find they can’t get enough of the North Face’s 12 challenging trails. The Sunbrook area, whose sunny slopes provide asylum on a cold New England day, is an intermediate skier and snowboarder heaven with wide-open cruising boulevards. Families of varied abilities, and/or freestyle enthusiasts, will love cruising around Carinthia together, as it offers a perfect mix of terrain, from the steep Mine Shaft and Lower Nitro to groomed blue runs, and of course accesses the resort’s famed terrain parks.