As the temperatures fall and the holidays approach, Vermonters and Vermonters-at-heart, young and old, press their noses to the glass and watch for the first snowflakes of the winter season. The anticipation for the snows of winter lasts a lifetime through.
Vermont's rugged hills are legendary to skiers, riders, nordic and winter enthusiasts, alike.
Ski & Ride
Adjusting your poles or strapping in, for a brief moment you're on the top of the this little part of the world. Then you drop into the glades, the bumps, and cruisers. There's nothing like skiing and riding in Vermont.Learn more
Amidst the hills of Vermont lay thousands of kilometers of tracked and untracked Nordic skiing. For cruisers, classic racers, and competitive skaters alike, Vermont is a haven and the historical focalpoint of Nordic skiing in North America.Learn more
Winter fun is ice skating or a sleigh ride with your sweetie. It's attempting the best snowman ever or playing cards in the ice shanty waiting for the fish to bite. It's snowshoeing to a perfect sunset and sharing the story by the fire at the end of the day.Learn more
The narrow valleys of Vermont reveal a world of small farms, steepled villages, and friendly people.
Food & Land
The ingredients are local and the food is world class. Vermont is still a land of dairymen and women, sugarmakers, cheesemakers, and green thumb gardeners.Learn more
Arts & Culture
Icons and outcasts call Vermont home. Here they create fine art, music, craft, and theater that is extraordinary, ambitious, and utterly unique.Learn more
Rest & Relaxation
In Vermont it's easy to escape and rejuvenate. Browse the aisles at our independent book stores, or indulge in an absolutely decadent spa experience. There's something for every taste.Learn more
News & NotesLearn More
Ski Vermont: Winter in its Original State This winter, the most diverse skiing and snowboarding terrain, deepest snow and best service in Eastern North America is only a few hours away from...Read Full Article
New Skiers and Riders! Many people vow to get active in the new year, and what could be more fun than playing in the snow and learning a new sport to get you moving in 2013! January...Read Full Article
Getting HereLearn More
With excellent air service, Burlington International Airport is a convenient point of access to northern and central Vermont resorts. Major carriers include Continental, Delta, JetBlue, United, and US Airways. Visitors to central and southern resorts often fly to Albany, NY.; Boston, MA; Hartford, CT; Manchester, NH, and Rutland, VT. Gateway cities for international visitors include Boston, New York, Montreal, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC. Rental cars are available at all airports and many resorts offer ground transportation.
Vermont resorts are an easy, convenient drive from anywhere in the East. Interstates 89 and 91 and Vermont Route 100, the famous skiers' highway, provide excellent access to our mountains and villages.