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Vermont - Ski The East
A classic New England ski resort with two great peaks set in the. This a distinguished resort with over 60 years of traditions in providing great ski conditions. Now snow machines help an already generous 333 inches of snow annually and eight-seater gondolas.
The resort has mostly fall-line skiing with a vertical drop of over 2,300 ft. on 485 acres. The entire historic town is into skiing and snowboarding in a big way and what better place to enjoy their passion?
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The location in the Northern Green Mountains near the Canadian border means 2 things. Firstly, Jay Park gets a huge amount of snow (350 inches) for a new England ski resort. Secondly, you will have plenty of free elbow room and space to enjoy it, free from many other guests. There are more than 70 trails over 385 acres.
More experienced skiers like that Jay Park seems to shy away these days to skiing "out of bounds" in the woods these days. There is a lot of good skiing to have back on the slopes as well but a bit of a lack of green runs. Then if you are only learning to ski then this is perhaps not the place to learn.
With the new snowboarding mountain, accommodation options will continue
to increase from what is now a somewhat subdued and quiet location.
Check out the condos and Jay Park Resort review itself in the link
under the video.
More information on Jay Peak Resort and local area accommodation at TA
Killington is a location that is well prepped in snow making and grooming leading to some excellent skiing conditions across a huge area in the Green Mountains.
The biggest fleet of heated and non-heated ski lifts in New England service the rather tall, Rocky Mountains looking peaks and miles and miles of skiing. An equally large squadron of snow making machines enables Killington to open for a large chunk of the year. Often beginning in October.
The ski and snowboard school at this massive resort is well respected for their inclusive, learning program and has it's own a dedicated learning area.
Killington itself is serviced by an extra long strip of bars and entertainment venues. Killington Grand Resort Hotel is only one of a number of options to stay at. See the link below the video for more reviews.
More information reviews and deals on Killington Accommodations at TA
This resort has always been an all-rounder summer and winter resort since it's inception in the 1960's. It also had one of the first kids ski schools. Many family and children's activities continue today and families continue to flock here. Then there sleigh rides, ice-skating and cross country tours. A great majority of the runs are easier for beginners.
Down below there is a European looking village with a variety of accommodation types. 16 lifts over 400 acres, 180 inches of annual snow.
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Massive 500 acre area of good skiing at different ability levels in a beautiful six mountain location with a vertical drop of 2.600ft and 280 inches of snow annually. With over 111 trails you are sure to find space to ski and then go home to a luxury hotel or condo in the classic looking ski village below.
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