VT Ski and Travel Blog
Which Vermont ski resort provides the best value to skiers and riders? We have broken down the full list to see which resorts provide the most skiing for the lift ticket price that they charge. For this list we are using
These small inns have been a part of Vermont’s culture for longer than the ski areas have been in business. Trappers, travelers, tourists and trinket salesmen have all used these inns for hundreds of years. Now, these are places where skiers
Vermonters tend to like their bars the way they like their mountains- unpretentious, untamed, and covered in snow. The laid-back and community-minded nature of Vermonters lends itself to some truly remarkable apres-ski bars. Among them are a few midcentury staples that
These days, we take time outside where we can get it. Although many resorts are closed or operating at a limited capacity, backcountry skiing is booming in the Green Mountains with new trails being opened up to the public each season.
Visitors to Vermont often tread the well-beaten path of Burlington, Montpelier, and Stowe, but any local can tell you that the real Vermont charm lies in the small towns in between. As foliage season draws to a close and most states
When planning a trip to the Northeast, any list would be incomplete without the awe-inspiring Green Mountain state. Home to the iconic mountain range that boasts twenty alpine and thirty cross-country resorts, Vermont has some of the best skiing the region