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Lyndon Outing Club

The Lyndon Outing Club is a small natural snow ski hill that is located in Lyndonville, VT, approx 15 minutes north of St. Johnsbury. This is not a destination resort but it has almost 100 years of skiing history and it has firmly embedded itself into the local VT culture. The hill is accessed via a rope tow and T-bar, and there is night skiing 3 nights per week here when snow permits.

Lyndon Outing Club Lift Ticket Prices

There is only 433 feet of vertical skiing but this is plenty of room for families and kids to enjoy the winter snow at a fraction of the cost of the larger resorts. Tickets here max out at only $15. Compare this against Suicide Six which is only 650 feet tall, but is still charging $89 for adult lift tickets on peak days during the ’21-’22 season… and this looks like a good deal.

Full-Day Lift Ticket Prices

Adult

$15

High School

$15

8th Grade & Under

$10

Rope Tow Only

$5

Lyndon Outing Club Lift Ticket Deals

Look for sponsored ski days when local companies can sponsor the hill with their brand for $500 and everyone gets free lift tickets. We will update this page anytime that we find deals here.

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Lyndon Outing Club, Lyndonville, VT

Lyndon Outing Club Lift Ticket FAQ

YES! Lyndon provides approx 29 feet of vertical skiing for every dollar that you spend on lift tickets. This would be tied for #1 on our list of the best value ski resorts in Vermont if it was included (only chairlift-accessed mountains were included on the list most recently). You will also avoid the crowds and icy slopes here.

Yes, you will need a lift ticket for uphill skinning during operational hours. No ticket is needed for after-hours uphill travel.

Yes, there is 1 groomer that hits the slopes at night.

No, but it is close. There are a few that are cheaper right now. The Brattleboro Ski Hill only costs $5 for adults. Hard’ack and Harrington Hill are free for everyone.

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