Ski Vermont

About Ski Vermont

Ski Vermont (Vermont Ski Areas Association) is a private not-for-profit trade association founded in 1969 to help create a legislative, economic and social environment in which the state's ski industry can grow and prosper, addressing issues including environmental integrity, economic and social contributions to the state's welfare, and competitive positioning of the state as a destination for winter tourism.

Ski Vermont serves its 20 Alpine and 30 Cross Country resorts in three major areas: Governmental Affairs, Marketing and Public Affairs.

Ski Vermont Lodging Finder

Ski Vermont's Resort partners and Lodging members provide you with great accommodations at or near all our member resorts. Check any resort profile in the resort finder for lodging options at or near your chosen destinatons, view all the Ski Vermont lodging members below, or locate them using the map.

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Lift Tickets

The best rates for lift tickets are most often obtained by purchasing online and in advance. Skiers and riders are encouraged to visit the website of the ski area they would like to visit to find their most economical option for purchasing lift tickets.

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Cross Country Reciprocal

The Ski Vermont Cross Country Reciprocal Program is designed to share the breadth of cross country skiing and snowshoeing terrain across Vermont, with opportunities for everyone from families to world-class racers. The Reciprocal program offers season pass holders from participating cross country areas a one-time, complimentary trail pass for a single day of cross country skiing or snowshoeing at any other participating cross country ski area.
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Discounts on Kids' Lift Tickets

Check the many Vermont locations where kids ski free!
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Learn to Ski and Ride Resort Deals

Fledgling skiers and snowboarders in Vermont quickly learn that the state’s resorts have rewritten an age old adage: those who can do, teach. Many of the very best instructors in the business can be found on Green Mountain State slopes, helping transform raw aspirations of skiing and riding into ability, confidence and fun.
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2020-2021 Season Pass Information

With great uncertainty for the future, Vermont ski areas have implemented various refund and savings policies for future season pass products. Check out current season pass options, benefits and savings.
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Ski Vermont 4 Pass Information

We can confirm that the Ski Vermont 4 Pass will be offered for the 2020-21 season, as approved by our participating member resorts. PLEASE NOTE: This year’s 4 Pass will only be valid on WEEKDAYS and will NOT be available for use on weekends or black-out dates (mostly holiday periods) that will be listed soon as part of the terms and conditions. The restriction to midweek use is expected to be temporary for this winter only.
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Take 3 Beginner Package for $49 for Eligible Vermont Kids

We are working with our member resorts as they formulate winter operation plans for the 2020-2021 season that are compliant with federal & state guidelines and requirements related to the COVID-19 pandemic to help keep guests and employees healthy. We anticipate we will have updated information in the next several weeks.
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