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New England Ski Hotels and Accommodations

Killington, VT

This classic New England mountain has a base area that is filled with iconic hotels and lodging, and we've handpicked our favorites for you. Choose to stay at the Killington Grand Resort Hotel for the best access to skiing or pick from one of the quintessential ski lodges located along Killington Road. Anywhere you choose to book your Killington hotel, you'll have prime access to the slopes and surrounding activities. Browse our one-of-a-kind selection of lodging, featuring only the best places to stay at the best rates in the area. Narrow down your options by using our local insider information and staff picks....Read more

West Dover, VT

Make your Mount Snow ski trip a full vacation. Choose from a variety of Mount Snow lodging options: a collection of quaint Bed & Breakfasts and quintessential inns throughout the surrounding towns. These East Coast classics will make you feel right at home after a day playing in the snow. Our hand-picked collection of Mount Snow lodging is based on local insight and staff favorites....Read more

Stratton Mountain, VT

Stratton offers big mountain skiing and riding from the summit of southern Vermont’s highest peak with 620 acres, 99 trails, 100+ acres of glades, four terrain parks and 11 lifts including the summit gondola and five high-speed chairs. With a vertical drop of 2,003 feet, Stratton offers a blend of terrain from narrow and steep to wide-open cruisers. Skiers and riders can start their day at the main base area (with the gondola, high-speed six person chair and the learning area lifts and magic carpet) or at the Sun Bowl which offers slope side parking, full-service base lodge and access to all mountain terrain via a high-speed six passenger chairlift. Stratton terrain is a blend of 40 percent novice, 35 percent intermediate and 25 percent advanced. Check out the slope side Village lined with shops and restaurants or Grizzly’s bar at the base with live music, great food and drink specials. Stratton is a no-car needed resort with a range of accommodations to suit every style and budget....Read more

Newry, ME

Eight mountain peaks, 135 trails and the most dependable snow in New England. Sunday River is home to famous runs like White Heat and 870 acres of terrain, Sunday River has skiing and riding for everyone. Our CEO loves Sunday River because it was his favorite ski area after "graduating" from Bradford ski area in Massachusetts....Read more

Jay, VT

If you've been to Jay Peak, you know what pulls you. The most snow in eastern North America and the most liberal in-bounds policy anywhere. If you haven't been here, though - well, read on. Located in Northern Vermont only a few miles from the Canadian border, Jay Peak has a different perspective on the sport. Up here, the mountain reigns supreme and our unparalleled gladed terrain and abutting backcountry attracts some of the best skiers and riders around. We make big-mountain skiing and riding affordable for all through a number of discount and value-added programs. Our lodging is virtually all ski-in/ski-out, we open early, and are always one of the last in the East to close. Lots of resorts treat skiing and riding like an amenity. At Jay Peak it's both bread and butter. Sure, we have great lodging, a golf course and some interesting development on the way, but it's all a distant second behind skiing and riding. We have 76 trails, slopes and glades for you to explore and that's just what you'll find on the map. In between, the nooks and crannies, are really what sets Jay Peak apart. Have fun exploring and find something that moves you. And if the most snow and best gladed terrain in eastern North America isn't enough to entice you to make Jay Peak your home mountain, you'll also have access to, literally, millions of dollars worth of on-mountain and service related improvements including a significantly improved snowmaking system which should get you on snow sooner and keep you out later into the spring....Read more

Ludlow, VT

Okemo Mountain is a large ski resort in Vermont. The resort boasts of its great snow quality and 2200 feet vertical drop. It has all the things you would expect at a big resort with different areas catering to different styles. The left and right sides of the mountain are filled with black diamonds, while each base lodge has different level beginner areas. The main part of the mountain has mostly advanced and intermediate slopes and many different types of terrain parks, including a entire run-long “Rockstar Park" on Tomahawk with a laser guided superpipe. Okemo has many different dining options and ski-in ski-out condominiums. Okemo was built for families, with daycare, ski and snowboard school and a tubing hill, and continues to provide exceptional guest service and a variety of terrain....Read more

Warren, VT

Tucked in the 4,000’ mountains surrounding Warren, VT is a remarkable four-season destination located just 50 minutes south of Burlington’s International Airport. Explore six mountain areas featuring over 53 miles of trails, freestyle terrain, uncrowded slopes, cat skiing and extensive backcountry. With 111 trails and an additional 20 wooded areas divided between two mountain areas— Mt. Ellen and Lincoln Peak— you’ll find 4,000 acres of pristine on-and off-piste New England terrain to explore, including learning areas, long cruisers, steeps, bumps, glades and terrain parks. Directed by adventure ski legend John Egan, the Sugarbush Adventure Learning Center offers a variety of on-snow programs and lessons for everyone, from first time skiers and riders to expert alpine enthusiasts. Ski and snowshoe tours into the Slide Brook Wilderness Area, offered on weekends & holidays, provide a unique way to explore the untouched backcountry of Sugarbush. Summer brings lift-served and XC mountain biking, golf, tennis, disc golf, zipline rides, summer camps, hiking, swimming and more. Endless adventure awaits you. 800-53-SUGAR....Read more

Bartlett, NH

Attitash Mountain Resort is more than just a ski area; it is the essence of skiing, snowboarding, and winter lifestyle. Attitash Mountain Resort offers 73 trails across two big, connected mountains that combine traditional New England runs and challenging terrain with modern, wide-open cruisers suited for all abilities. There are also acres of glades and tree skiing and one of New Hampshire’s original progressive freestyle terrain parks. The Attitash Mountain Resort ski school is ready to teach fundamental techniques on accessible learning terrain or coach leading-edge tactics to help you or your family enjoy your active experience and winter passion. The Attitash Grand Summit Hotel is the only slopeside lodging available in the Mount Washington Valley that offers upscale accommodations. Combine that with a popular après scene, fun events, and the new year-round Nor’Easter Mountain Coaster, and you’re enjoying winter among the White Mountains at Attitash Mountain Resort....Read more

Jeffersonville, VT

Families have chosen our mountain playground as their vacation destination for decades, drawn by a wide variety of activities from artists’ classes to zip line canopy tours, as well as our relaxed vibe and down-home friendliness, and the beauty of northern Vermont’s Green Mountains. Family vacations at Smugglers’ are supported by hiking guides, ski and snowboard instructors, children's camp counselors, lifeguards, nursery staff, front desk clerks, adventure guides ... you get the idea — loads of enthusiastic folks with family vacation expertise to share. Smugglers’ Notch Resort is your playground for all types of adventure and fun for all ages. You’ll find there’s so much to do here you won’t be able to do it all in one Day. Get the most out the resort with this new Daycation product. Smugglers' Notch is located in Smugglers' Notch, Vermont....Read more

Stowe, VT

The addition of a new slopeside luxury hotel & spa, a new base area, an inter-mountain transfer gondola, new trails, a new beginner area, two new high-speed detachable quads, fully-automated snowmaking, exclusive mountainside residences and a spectacular mountain golf course has reinforced Stowe Mountain Resort’s position as the East’s premier ski and four-season mountain resort. With Spruce Peak at Stowe now open, a new legacy of visitors, experiences and environmental stewardship have affirmed Stowe’s century-long reputation as a world-class destination. Stowe's average annual snowfall is 333". Coupled with new snowmaking and a commitment to groom and maintain the best snow surfaces in the east, Stowe is a skiers and riders paradise. Open mid November through late April, Stowe has inarguably the most authentic alpine terrain east of the Rockies. Just one visit through the town and up onto the mountain is proof enough that there is in fact, only one Stowe....Read more

Gorham, NH

This year, become part of the Wildcat Mountain legend. Located 100 percent within the White Mountain National Forest, with close-up views of Mount Washington to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Wildcat Mountain offers the consummate New England ski experience with its rich history, plentiful high-elevation natural snow, a wide variety of terrain, long season, and a classic, friendly ski culture. The Wildcat Mountain Ski School offers ski and snowboard programs to match skills, techniques, and tactics on the mountain’s varied terrain, and the Lion’s Den Children’s Center ski programs are a great way to introduce a lifelong sport to your family. The Wildcat Express quad is New England’s most powerful high-speed summit quad lift, whisking skiers to the more than 4,000-foot summit in just over six minutes, providing access to more than 2,100 vertical feet of skiing and riding via uncrowded slopes among scenery voted #1 by readers of SKI Magazine. Finish a great day of skiing and riding in the Wildcat Pub with friends, family, food, drinks, and good times. Stay in many nearby bed-and-breakfasts, hotels, and condominium lodging options....Read more

Carrabassett Valley, ME

Why is it that you see that little blue triangle sticker everywhere you turn in New England, and in so many other spots around the globe? What is it that makes people fall in love with Sugarloaf? For starters, Sugarloaf is the largest ski area east of the Rockies. It all started three years ago when Sugarloaf announced it's 10-year plan called Sugarloaf 2020. Since that time, the resort has added over 500 acres of new terrain -- most of it being gladed, tree-skiing in its silent and powder-filled wilderness called Brackett Basin. Throw in a speedy new chairlift, new family activities and new dining options, and 'The Loaf is a whole new mountain. But for many, it's the people. Sugarloafers might just be the friendliest bunch you'll ever come across, and they make every trip special. This winter, come on up and see for yourself. You'll find characters from all walks of life rubbing shoulders in the Village. With shopping, dining, entertainment and hundreds of lodging units located around the Village -- the Sugarloaf vibe is truly one-of-a-kind. Sugarloaf is a special place, and several Liftopia employees had season passes there for 4 years in college. Trust us, you should go!...Read more

Londonderry, VT

Magic Mountain is your winter home for adventure in southern Vermont. Featuring classic Vermont skiing and riding in a relaxed and family friendly atmosphere, Magic Mountain offers a winter experience like no other. Whether you are looking to ski or ride Magic’s legendary steep and gladed terrain, cruise our classic Vermont trails, enjoy tubing runs in the Alakazam tube park, or simply spend time with friends and family, Magic Mountain is the place for you....Read more

East Burke, VT

With every inch of its 2011' of vertical, Burke Mountain believes in all that made Vermont skiing famous. So we've foregone wider, flatter trails, and the wider, flatter skiers they cater to, for trails and glades that respect the mountain's natural contours. And we don't rate tough blues as blacks or anything close to a green as a blue. Up North, you earn it. Not everybody gets a trophy, a mentality we observed watching more than 56 Olympians learn to be great at the world-renowned Burke Mountain Academy. But we want to exclude no one. So if you can't ski or ride any of our 56 trails or 100+ acres of glades, we'll teach you. After all, we believe everyone should experience what Vermont skiing and riding is all about. Families are drawn to Burke because of its low-key, friendly atmosphere. Conveniently located at the intersection of I-93 and I-91, Burke is only 3 hours from Boston and 2 hours from Montreal....Read more

Mendon, VT

Pico is one of Vermont's largest mountains. How big? It has more vertical drop than 80% of the downhill ski areas in New England. Those 1,967 feet are spread over 57 trails and 468 skiable acres, with lots of choices for all abilities. One of Pico's most enjoyable attributes is that it is undeniably a big mountain, but with a small ski area's personal touch. There are mogul trails, glades and groomed steeps, but all the trails lead back to the same base area. The Pike, Pico's longest trail, begins at the summit and terminates right outside the base lodge. From the summit, skiers and riders can try 49er or the winding and narrow black diamonds Summit Glades, Upper KA, and Sunset 71. If you’re up to it, take a shot at the mountain's steepest, most difficult trail, Giant Killer – it’s called that for a reason. Pico also has two tree skiing areas - Birch Woods and Doozie. First-time skiers and snowboarders can board an easy-to-use chairlift, new rope tow and two gentle learning trails at the Bonanza area. Cruisers can enjoy run after run on the groomed green circle and blue square trails off the Golden Express Quad. Powder hounds will delight in fresh tracks days after a snowstorm if they can find their way into the Birch or Summit Glades. Pico Mountain offers the friendly intimacy of classic Vermont skiing with uncrowded slopes, long runs and diverse terrain, plus a central base village and lodge complete with a roaring fire in a stone fireplace. However, Pico offers big-time skiing and snowboarding with a 1,967-foot vertical and 50 trails, seven lifts (including two high-speed quads), timed racing arenas, a terrain park and 75% snowmaking coverage....Read more

Bolton Valley, VT

Skiing and riding, friendly, professional staff to assist at every turn and 5000 acres of pristine wilderness make Bolton Valley one of Vermont's crown jewels. Many Vermont locals call Bolton Valley their home away from home, and visitors can get a true taste of the quintessential Vermont experience at a relaxed pace, without all of the hustle and rush of everyday life. An oasis from the assault of pressures and stress... a sanctuary, where beauty, adventure and a sense of community will give you back your sense of well-being, all without breaking the budget. Stats: Bolton Valley has 71 trails, 6 lifts, night skiing available on 10 trails, 3 terrain parks, 1704' vertical drop, 3150' peak....Read more

Waitsfield, VT

Mad River Glen is one of the most unique ski areas in the country, famous for its legendary expert terrain, beautiful and varied beginner and intermediate trails, and, of course, the nation's last surviving single chairlift. The extensive trail system follows the contours of General Stark mountain to a single base area, making it easy for families and friends to ski together. Located in the "snow corner" of New England, Mad River's 250 inches of annual snowfall combine with uncrowded slopes free of snowboarding, and a pristine mountain environment to create a skiing experience like no other. Mad River Glen is located in Fayston, Vermont. *Note: Mad River Glen chooses to not allow snowboarding, please be respectful of this decision*...Read more

East Madison, NH

Known for its family-friendly atmosphere, affordability, and consistent snow conditions, King Pine offers exciting terrain for all abilities and has been a tradition for families throughout New England for decades. Located in East Madison, NH, King Pine has 48 acres and 350 feet vertical, 17 trails, 6 lifts, and with easy-to-navigate terrain and a spacious base lodge, families from across New England have called King Pine their winter destination for over 40 years. Our wide, beginner-friendly trails, impeccable grooming, and reliable snow makes King Pine the ideal place to ski or ride, day or night. 44% of our terrain is designed for novice and 31% for intermediate skiers and riders. For more advanced skiers and riders, additional adventure can be found on double-black diamonds Pitch Pine and Pine Brule or in the Twisted Pine Terrain Park. Night skiing is available every Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and each night during holiday periods through 9 PM. Kind Pine has something for the whole family with a tubing hill, ice skating on the beautiful Purity Lake, horse drawn sleigh rides, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. There is also a nursery, daycare, and ski and snowboard school for all ages....Read more

Canton, MA

Blue Hills Ski Area is conveniently located in Canton, MA, making it the closest ski area to the Boston Metro Area. The Ski Area itself has been around since the early 1960’s. The Department of Conservation & Recreation (DCR) of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts owns the ski area, which has been leased by numerous companies in the past. The revitalization began in 2007 when Ski Blue Hills Management, LLC (SBHM) was awarded a 5-year lease of the area. SBHM also operates Campgaw Mountain in Mahwah, NJ and is dedicated to bringing back Blue Hills Ski Area by creating an atmosphere where families come together to enjoy winter sports in a fun, safe environment....Read more

Plantsville, CT

Just minutes from Exit 30 on Route 84, Mount Southington Ski Area has been offering a full range of slopes and terrain for beginners and experts to enjoy for over 50 years. Four chair lifts provide easy access to the varied trails, including the Drop Zone terrain park with new and challenging features. State-of-the-art snowmaking and grooming make every run a great run, all across the mountain. Just starting out? The ski and snowboard lessons and weekly children's programs provide a fun and nurturing environment, giving kids (and adults) the skills they need to progress quickly and safely. Also, available are racing teams, afterschool programs, night skiing, affordable packages as well as special events and activites all season long. There are so many ways to bring the delight of skiing and riding into your winter....Read more