Vermont Lift Ticket FAQ
Here are some answers to a few of the most common inquiries that our website receives about the ski resorts in VT.
Bolton Valley, Cochran’s Ski Area, and Magic Mountain all have night skiing.
The following season passes are worth considering. The Epic Pass gives access to Okemo, Stowe, and Mount Snow. The Ikon Pass gives access to Stratton, Killington, Pico, and Sugarbush. Both of these passes also have plentiful access to great ski resorts in other states.
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We have a dedicated page for listing these ski areas. See the breakdown here – Kids Ski Free.
Killington has the largest vertical rise with 3,050 feet (and 1,500 skiable acres). Sugarbush has the most skiable terrain with more than 4,000 acres.
There are 28 ski areas in this state. This includes 25 public ski areas and 3 private ski areas. Several of these have rope tow-only access. See the full list here.
One way to measure “value” is to divide the vertical rise by the lift ticket price and see how much skiing to get for each dollar paid. Smugglers’ Notch was the #1 value resort in for the ’21-’22 season.
Mount Snow and Stratton are two of Vermont’s southernmost major ski resorts and they are located closest to Boston and NYC. Magic Mountain is located just to the north of these two.