VERMONT

There’s no better way to start off the Winter season than by visiting the largest resort in New England. Great terrain, fun nightlife and a destination for beginners and experts. Whether you are hitting the Moguls on Bear Mountain or taking a nice cruiser on Snowshed, there’s plenty to choose from Killington’s 200+ trails. Their access roads provides some of the best nightlife with 2 miles of bars and restaurants.

NEW HAMPSHIRE

New Hampshire's largest ski resort, Bretton Woods  largest ski area with offers 464 acres of skiing and snowboarding on 62 trails and 35 glades and three terrain parks! Ten lifts, including four high-speed quads, make your ride up the mountain almost as fun as the ride down. Recently expanded, their glade skiing is where you want to go on a powder day.

VERMONT

One of Vermont's oldest resorts, Stowe is old school. Their Its famed “Front Four” are some of the steepest and most challenging trails in the Northeast. Experience beautiful views of Mount Mansfield Vermont's highest peak.   Check out Spruce Peak for cruisers and groomed runs! The access road offers a wide variety of bars and restaurants to enjoy. Don't miss happy hour at the Matterhorn!

VERMONT

Sugarbush, located in Northern Vermont's Mad River Valley, is one of Vermont's favortie ski areas. Sugarbush consits of two mountains, Mt. Ellen and Lincoln Peak, and is home to more than 4,000 acres, with nearly 600 skiable acres plus 2,000 acres of backcountry skiing in the Slide Brook Wilderness area. "The 'Bush" has beginner terrain (20%), Intermediate (45%) and advanced to expert (35%) accessed via 16 lifts that provide the area with a 25,463 person uphill capacity. The 23,000 square-foot day lodge features cathedral ceilings, a food court, and the Castlerock Pub complete with an outdoor patio and barbeque area. Timbers, a post-and-beam restaurant attached to the Clay Brook residences, offers upscale cuisine and is open to the public.

NEW YORK

Home of the 1980 Winter Olympics and dedicated to the Army’s 10th Mountain Division, Whiteface Mountain Resort opened in 1958 and is one of the High Peaks of the Adirondacks in Wilmington, New York.

With the biggest vertical drop of the eastern ski resorts (3,429 feet), Whiteface, NH, offers 288 skiable acres serviced by 11 lifts, including one gondola. The ski area's summit elevation of 4,867 feet offers access to 87 named trails and 53 acres of glades skiing. Four terrain parks entertain freestylers and additional winter activities include bobsledding, snowshoeing, ice skating, luge rides and visiting the Lake Placid Olympic Museum.

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