The Middlebury College Snow Bowl is conveniently located on the newly rebuilt Route 125 midway between Route 7 to the west and Route 100 to the east. The Snow Bowl offers skiing and snowboarding to all ability levels in a friendly, family atmosphere. Although owned and operated by Middlebury College and home to the nationally competitive Panther ski team, the Bowl is open on a daily basis [except Christmas day] to the general public.
One hundred twenty acres of open terrain that’s varied and exciting are available with trails and glades appealing to all abilities. Access is gained via on double chairlift and two triple chairs, and about 45 percent of the trail acreage has snowmaking coverage. With 17 trails (one of which is a dedicated ski school trail), six designated glades, and a large climbing area, the Snow Bowl offers uncrowded skiing and riding to all abilities at an affordable price. Throw in state-of-the-art grooming, a full-service rental shop, professionally staffed ski school, renowned racing program, one of the nation’s only Collegiate ski patrols, and excellent and inexpensive food, you can see why so many people call the Bowl “their” ski area.
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I need to just get one thing out of the way before I write about my family’s New Year’s Day 2017 experience at the Middlebury College Snow Bowl: Middlebury is my alma mater and this spring will bring my 25th reunion. Now that we’ve established just how old I, and my skiing legs, are, I’d like … Read MoreRead More
Total Trails: 17
Terrain Parks: 0
Total Acreage: 125 skiable acres
Vertical Drop: 1050 feet
Average Annual Snowfall: 0 feet
Night Skiing: No
Total Terrain: 100 km
Tracked Terrain: 26 km
Skating Terrain: 26 km
Night Skiing: No
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