Stratton Mountain, home of the great snow guarantee and a top New England ski and snowboard resort, offers 99 trails, 100+ acres of glades, 600+ acres of terrain fanning from the summit of southern Vermont’s highest peak. Top rated snowmaking, grooming and lifts, including the new high-speed Snow Bowl quad launching for 2018-19. Stratton offers complete learning packages for only $99, full-day children’s programs and childcare for ages 6 weeks and older.

With a range of accommodations to suit every style and budget, all within a short walk or shuttle ride to the lifts and trials,  slopeside Village for shopping, dining and apres,  Sports Center with saltwater pool, Spa and a full slate of winter and summer events and activities, Stratton is the perfect escape for families, singles, skiers, snowboarders, outdoor enthusiasts … for every visitor.  Conveniently located just four hours from New York City and three from Boston.

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Playing Hooky on Stratton Mountain

Playing Hooky on Stratton Mountain

November 29, 2017

Ever since our first family ski vacation back in February 2014, when my three girls and I surprised my husband with a visit to Stowe, we’ve made it a tradition to hit the slopes for his birthday. We haven’t always managed to time our travels to the actual day, but looking back, we’ve celebrated Daddy … Read More

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Reconnect with Nature at Stratton Camps

Reconnect with Nature at Stratton Camps

July 13, 2016

Stratton Camps for Kids Connecting with nature is what summer is all about when you’re a child. While my family is fortunate enough to live in Vermont and enjoy the outdoors year-round, it’s not always easy to slow down and take full advantage of everything the state has to offer. To escape the daily grind, … Read More

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Relearning Turns at the Stratton Women on Snow Ski Camp

Relearning Turns at the Stratton Women on Snow Ski Camp

February 17, 2016

“Wow.” That wraps up the general feeling in the car as three women drive north on Vermont’s Route 7 from Stratton, heading back to Burlington. We’re down two of our group, as they had to head south. We’re all returning home after completing Stratton’s nationally recognized Women on Snow Camp in January. Erica, Dana and … Read More

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Foliage and Family Fun at Stratton Mountain Resort

Foliage and Family Fun at Stratton Mountain Resort

September 9, 2015

I didn’t have my family with me when I visited Stratton Mountain Resort in autumn 2014, and was constantly saying to myself, “if only the boys were here they’d be having such a great time!” Leaf peeping may not be on most kids’ agendas, but Stratton does a great job of making sure you’ll all stay entertained while … Read More

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Winter is Coming to Stratton Mountain Resort

Winter is Coming to Stratton Mountain Resort

October 21, 2014

Fall is a great time to spend some time in the mountains and get excited about what’s coming. I was lucky on an October visit to check out Stratton Mountain Resort’s new gondola. The lovely new cars offer floor to ceiling views, carpeted flip-down seats, and external racks for skis and snowboards. I enjoyed the smooth and quick ride … Read More

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Fall Foliage in Vermont: A Unique Family Getaway

Fall Foliage in Vermont: A Unique Family Getaway

September 5, 2014

What could be a better way to get excited for ski and snowboard season than to visit Vermont’s mountains during peak foliage? Due to the high population of sugar maple trees, Vermont puts on the best show of fall color this side of the globe. Not only is it one of the most beautiful times … Read More

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Learning to Snowboard at Stratton

Learning to Snowboard at Stratton

March 11, 2014

When you grow up in Vermont it is pretty much a given that you will put your kids in a weekend ski program by the time they are in Kindergarten, if not before. Both my kids learned to ski at Bolton Valley in their Ridge Runners Program. Along the way, each of them expressed an interest … Read More

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Staying at Stratton Mountain Resort

Staying at Stratton Mountain Resort

February 16, 2014

If your family is planning a visit to one of Vermont’s largest ski areas, there are a few things you should know before choosing your lodging that will make your trip more enjoyable.  First, Stratton is expansive. It has 97 trails with two separate base lodge areas. There are a lot of on and off … Read More

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Alpine

Total Trails: 99
Easy: 42%
Intermediate: 31%
Advanced/Expert: 27%

Glades: 15
Terrain Parks: 5

Total Lifts:
1 Magic Carpet
1 Double
1 Triple
3 Quades
4 6-person
1 Gondola

Total Acreage: 625 skiable acres
Vertical Drop: 2003 feet
Snowmaking: 95%
Average Annual Snowfall: 15 feet

Rentals: Yes
Lessons: Yes
Night Skiing: No

Cross-Country

Total Terrain: 12km

Rentals: Yes
Lessons: Yes
Night Skiing: No
Snowshoeing: Yes

Amenities & Extras

Adaptive
Ice Skating
Pool/Hot Tub
Sleigh Rides
Childcare
Dog Racing
Racing
Spa/Wellness
Lodging
Restaurants
Tubing