Vermont has been renamed for his best skiing and downhill racing. It has more than 20 alpine ski resorts and almost 50 cross-country ski centers. The combination of ski areas and picturesque villages in Vermont offers visitors a great chance to explore New England's typical winter experience.
The most up-to-date alpine ski areas in the United States are Stowe, Killington, Mad River Glen and Mount Snow. Among them, Stowe offers a traditional New England charm and the largest vertical drop in the area. The largest in New England, Killington has seven mountain peaks, 200 paths, five terrain parks, 33 elevators and a vertical drop of 3,050 feet. Mad River Glen, renamed because of its classic New England Route, is considered to be the best ski area in New England.
Romantic Escape, South Vermont near the Mount Snow Ski Resort offers five mountain faces, vast woodlands and top-rated parks and pipes.
Sailing Skiing in Vermont has a 100-year tradition. Its green mountains are ideal for most skiers. Its ski slopes have wide paths with paths that pass through the forest, through the flight, and along fantastic ice streams.
From more than 40 cross-country tourist centers, the Catamount Trail system is very popular. It is designed to connect eleven of the best sailing centers in Vermont as it stretches north of the border between Massachusetts and Canada.
Other well-known holiday destinations in Vermont include Ascutney Mountain Resort, Bolton Valley Resort, Bromley, Male Valley, Middlebury College, Okemo Mountain Resort, Smugglers Notch, Stratton, Sugarbush and Suicide Six.
Vermont ski resorts offer a wide variety of ski packages, stays and ski discounts. This area has all the facilities for fine dining, dining and shopping to please every traveler. High-performance equipment and related accessories are available for rent. In addition to skiing, Vermont offers a variety of leisure activities and winter carnivals.