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Brattleboro Ski Hill Lift Tickets

Just across the river from Route 9 in Brattleboro you will find the Brattleboro Ski Hill. This hill has approximately 200 feet of vertical skiing, making it among the smallest in Vermont.

The ski hill is located inside of Living Memorial Park and despite its size and stature, this hill still has night skiing, snowmaking, and even a small terrain park. This is a volunteer-run hill and it is accessed by 1 T-bar surface lift.

Brattleboro Ski Hill Lift Ticket Prices

The Brattleboro Ski Hill is open on Monday thru Thursday from 12pm to 4pm, on Friday from 4pm to 9pm, on Saturday from 10am to 9pm, and on Sunday afternoon from 12pm to 4pm. This is one of only a handful of places in Vermont that still offers night skiing.

Full-Day Lift Ticket Prices

Adults & Kids 6+

$5

Kids 5 & Under

Free

12 Ticket Punch Card

$50 ($4.16/day)

Season Pass

$75

Lift Ticket Deals for Brattleboro Ski Hill

If you want free lift tickets, you can volunteer here to rack them up and you can also ski for free on the day that you volunteer as part of the deal. Kids under 6 years old will also ski for free.

You won’t find many coupons for the Brattleboro Ski Hill out in the community because the tickets are only $5 to start with.

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Looking up the T-bar path at the Brattleboro Ski Hill in Brattleboro, VT

According to Vice President Ray Blow, when this hill opened in the 1930’s it was only the third ski area east of the Mississippi to open and it would see 1,500 to 1,800 people per day. It was run by the Town of Brattleboro until the mid-1990s when it was shut down. Private funds were raised and in 1999 the ski hill was opened again by the non-profit Living Memorial Park Snow Sports, which still operates the hill today.

Brattleboro Ski Hill FAQ

No. In fact, you are not able to buy them online. Unlike many of the larger resorts, tickets are still purchased at the ticket window here. Cash or check only, no credit cards.

Five bucks – all day for everybody no matter what time.

Mount Snow is about 25 miles to the NE and Stratton is about 35 miles away, just beyond Mount Snow.

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