Learning to ski or snowboard at an early age is the perfect way to help young children instill a love for winter. Exploring the slopes helps kids build self-confidence, meet new friends and develop a lifelong affinity for the outdoors.
89 Grand Summit Way
West Dover, VT 05356
Main Line: 800-245-SNOW
Snow Phone: 802-464-2151
Event Phone: 802-464-4191
Founded in 1954 by National Ski & Snowboard Hall of Fame member, Walter Schoenknecht, Mount Snow quickly became one of the most recognizable ski resorts in the world. Today, Mount Snow is owned by Peak Resorts which has invested more than $25 million in capital enhancements since the spring of 2007. The marquee elements of those enhancements are the installation of more than 250 high output fan guns – the most of any resort in North America – giving Mount Snow one of the most powerful and efficient snowmaking systems in the industry. And, making its debut in the winter of 2011/2012, the $8.5 million Bluebird Express – North America’s only six passenger bubble lift.
Four Mountain Faces
The Main Face has predominantly intermediate terrain with wide open cruisers such as Snowdanceand Ridge as well as classic, New England style trails like Uncle’s, Hop, and Shootout.
The North Face is home to Mount Snow’s most challenging terrain with 10 black diamond trails and glades serviced by two dedicated triple chairs. Plummet, Jaws, Olympicand Chuteare local favorites, while the double black diamond trail Ripcordand the adjacent woods provide some of the steepest terrain in New England.
The south facing Sunbrook features an array of intermediate terrain basking in the sun. Thanks Walt, Cloud Nine and The Dipperscan all be accessed from the summit and the Sunbrook Quad. Spring mogul slayers flock to Beartrapwhere music blasts from the lift tower mounted speakers and the scene is always fun.
Carinthia is the #1 Terrain Park in the East (Ski Magazine and Transworld Snowboarding), and with good reason. This all freestyle terrain mountain face is home to ten different terrain parks ranging in size from extra small features in Grommet to extra large features in Inferno as well as a 450′-long superpipe with 18′ walls. New for 2013/2014 is The Farm: Phase 1; this unique terrain park is filled with every day things you see when visting the Green Mountain State like tractors, sugar shacks, etc. that have been set-up as terrain park features for you to jib, bonk and slide. Carinthia is served by three lifts including the Nitro Express high speed quad.
Vacationers can stay in a number of established B&Bs, inns, and hotels throughout the Mount Snow Valley. Stay slopeside in the luxurious Grand Summit Resort Hotel & Conference Center, a “Green Hotel in the Green Mountains” for energy efficiency. The hotel houses 197 guest rooms of varying size and is loaded with amenities including the naturespa and health club, outdoor heated pool, outdoor jacuzzi, Harrimans restaurant, Grand Country Deli, and our flagship retail store Mount Snow Sports. Snow Lake Lodge is a comfortable and affordable 92 room property conveniently located on the resort. Condo units ranging in size from 1-to-4 bedrooms are also available.
Scattered across our three base areas you’ll find 19 different restaurants and cafes including sit down restaurants Cuzzins, Station Tap Room and 1900′ Burger. Cuzzins is your number one après destination with the wacky antics of Bruce Jacques every Saturday. The Snow Barnfeatures live music Saturday nights all winter long and serves the best pizza in town. New for 2013/2014 is Sweet Stash featuring Vermont-made goodies, baked goods, bulk candy and specialty hot chocolates.
For other activities check out our ten lane tubing hill, snowshoeing, dog sledding and plenty of other fun activities up and down scenic route 100.
Mount Snow – Where Every Day is a Bluebird Day!
Total Trails: 80
Terrain Parks: 10
3 Hi-Speed Quad
Total Acreage: 588 skiable acres
Vertical Drop: 1700 feet
Average Annual Snowfall: 13 feet
Night Skiing: No
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