Ski Vermont Partners
Cabot Creamery is a 1,200 farm family owned and operated dairy cooperative that produces the highest quality dairy products, including the cheese that has been widely hailed as the world's best. As Vermont is a small, intimate state, owners are also involved in making a difference at the state level, promoting our "working landscapes," revitalizing our downtown economies and protecting our environmental resources which make Vermont, Vermont.
Vermont Dept. of Tourism & Marketing
Winter in Vermont is as much about the character of the region as it is a true season. From the classic images of festively decorated villages to the deep mountain snows, hearty, healthy foods served fireside to boundless outdoor activities, you'll find all the tools and information to love winter in Vermont here.
Green Mountain Coffee
Coffee is more than just something to drink. It connects us to each other, and to the rest of the world. Green Mountain Coffee is eager to share the surprisingly rich, complex story of coffee and the power of a good cup of coffee with you.
The Mountain Dew Vertical Challenge celebrates twenty years of ski and snowboard racing that's free, fun and open to all ages and abilities. For a schedule of events at Vermont resorts, visit www.mountaindew.com.
For over 100 years Rossignol has been the benchmark in winter sports, making skiing and riding easier, more inspiring, and more fun. From competitive athletes to cautious first-timers, Rossignol’s athlete-driven, technical innovations in construction and design continue pushing the boundaries of what skiers and riders can achieve on snow. No matter where the snow takes you, whether you’re resort-based or backcountry-bound, Rossignol delivers the groundbreaking performance, versatility, and ease-of-use to ensure yet Another Best Day.
Crafted with the finest ingredients in Middlebury, Vermont, Woodchuck Hard Cider takes its name from the Vermontiest of Vermonters, and today offers some of the finest hard ciders available. For recipes, seasonal releases and special tasting events, visit www.woodchuck.com.
Consortium of Vermont Colleges
The Consortium of Vermont Colleges (CVC) is a collaboration of 20 colleges and universities in the State of Vermont. The CVC is committed to sharing the wealth and diversity of opportunities for higher education in Vermont with potential students throughout the state, across the country and around the globe. To learn more, visit www.vtcolleges.org.
Long Trail Brewery is a microbrewery located in Bridgewater, Vermont with a state-of-the-art brewery and visitor center overlooking the Ottaquechee River. Long Trail makes a number of different styles of beer, mostly English-style top-fermented ales, but its flagship beer is Long Trail Ale, a Düsseldorf-style altbier named after Vermont's end to end hiking trail atop much of the Green Mountain range.
We believe nothing is garbage, everything has value. We're conserving, renewing and sustaining the planet's limited, most precious resources and working with Vermont's resorts, businesses and communities to protect our environment for future generations.
Kombi's future lies in its rich past–a history of keeping the world's hands warm and dry by artfully fusing fashion and textile technology to performance products that fit today's active lifestyle. Regardless of the generation, Kombi can be found on the forefront of innovation and style. And whether it's on the podium, off piste or in the pipe, Kombi has you covered.
Efficiency Vermont is the nation's first statewide provider of energy efficiency services. Operated by an independent, non-profit organization under contract to the Vermont Public Service Board, Efficiency Vermont provides technical assistance and financial incentives to Vermont households and businesses, to help them reduce their energy costs with energy-efficient equipment and lighting and with energy-efficient approaches to construction, renovation and snowmaking.
Anon is the industry leader in elevated performance and aesthetics. We provide optimal vision for every winter weather condition and fuse it with the latest in stylistic embellishment technologies. From progressive design concepts to technical executions, we ensure every anon goggle meets the demands of the most elite snowboarders in the world. Look better, see better...Team Riders: Jeremy Jones, Hannah Teter, Peetu Piiroinen, Jake Welch, Nic Sauve, Mark Landvik, Annie Boulanger, Gabi Viteri, Fredrik Kalbermatten, Jack Mitrani, Bode Merrill, Johnnie Paxson, Rykand Bell. Check it all out at www.anonoptics.com.
Leitner - Poma of America engineers, manufactures, installs and services all types of ropeway systems for the ski industry.
Ben & Jerry's
Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, friends since the 7th grade, opened their Ben & Jerry's ice cream shop in a renovated gas station in downtown Burlington in 1978. Over 30 years later, Ben & Jerry's super premium ice cream, light ice cream, sorbet, frozen yogurt and novelties bring a smile to the face of all ages. Visit the Waterbury, VT Visitor Center and Cow over the Moon Theatre for a fun and educational factory tour!
With so much to offer, it's no wonder Vermont is a top destination for getaways all year round. And the most wonderful way to get there is by train. Travel on the Vermonter and the Ethan Allen Express and you'll enjoy the journey through breathtaking scenery to your own personal adventure.
Vermont Spirits is located in Quechee, Vermont, and is open to the public seven days a week for tastings and retail sales. Named one of the top five high-tech distilleries in the world in 2012, Vermont Spirits distills and bottles its award-winning Vermont Gold® and Vermont White vodkas, as well as Coppers Gin, Black Snake Whiskey, No. 14 Bourbon and a line of brandies and liqueurs. We distill with a 35-foot tall glass fractioning column still and a custom made 150-gallon copper pot still, and use only Vermont-grown agricultural products in the creation of our spirits.
What makes 'em Darn Tough? We live and work in Vermont. Our backyard is the perfect testing ground to make the finest Premium All Weather Performance Socks. We ski, snowboard, hike, bike and run in the most unforgiving climate in the lower 48. Bottom line: if your boots fit better and your feet are warm, at the end of the day, you're still on the mountain.
Vermont Maple Foundation
Vermont is the largest producer of pure maple syrup in the U.S. From small, traditional sugarhouses deep in the woods to large sugarhouses using equipment with the latest technology, Vermont's sugarbushes help maintain our rich agricultural heritage and beautiful landscape. For a free Ski & Maple map and calendar of events, www.vermontmaple.org.
Cloudveil Mountain Works—the official apparel partner of Ski Vermont—is focused on producing the finest in technical outdoor apparel for the mountain lifestyle. Their designs and ideas are inspired by decades of experience in the front, side and backcountry combined with Cloudveil’s heritage of producing gear that looks great and works great. They are passionate outdoor enthusiasts, and design and test their gear themselves. Their designs are also put to the test by their team of Inspired Mountain Ambassadors, a group of athletes who try their hardest to injure both themselves and our products. They are committed to innovation without excess and dedicated to bringing to market functional pieces made of the best performance materials available.
Verizon Wireless is an innovative wireless communications company that connects people and businesses with the most advanced wireless technology and service available. We're the people who keep you connected, take your life mobile and deliver the level of convenience you depend on. All thanks to our powerful technology and the nation's largest 4G LTE network.
Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum
The heritage of downhill and cross country skiing and the birth of snowboarding come to life at the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum and Hall of Fame in Stowe. In the 1818 Old Town Hall, the museum houses a collection of skis, snowboards, boots, bindings, memorabilia, art, photographs, and library and archive material – more than 10,000 items chronicling the evolution of winter sports in Vermont. Sit in the lifts, see the first skis, check out early snowboards, watch films and interviews on interactive screens, and test your knowledge of "lost" ski areas. The Museum annually hosts the Stowe Mountain Film Festival, Hall of Fame Induction, Vermont Antique Alpine and Nordic Ski Races, and the Epic Summer Event mountain bike and trail run.
Skiers and snowboarders of all ages will enjoy a visit to the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum! Learn more at www.vtssm.com.