The breathtaking mountains of Vermont are famous for offering incredible skiing and snowboarding. They’re an ideal destination for those searching for fresh, powdery snow and smooth, exciting rides. If you’re looking to experience a rush of adrenaline, these jagged peaks have you covered. Here are some of the best ski mountains in Vermont that are sure to get your blood pumping.

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Shred These Incredible Ski Mountains in Vermont

1. Killington Mountain

Often referred to as “The Beast of the East”, Killington Mountain is the second largest mountain in Vermont. It boasts six stunning peaks and has an elevation of 4,000 feet. This unique mountain offers exceptional views and has 73 miles of thrilling ski trails. Killington Ski Resort is the largest ski area in the Eastern US, with alpine trails that vary from easy to difficult. The resort even offers multiple freestyle areas. With high-quality snow and exciting terrain, Killington guarantees a perfect ride every time. Check-out our list of the best ski-on, ski-off vacation rentals in Killington before you even buy your Killington lift tickets!

2. Mount Mansfield

At an elevation of 4,393 feet, Mount Mansfield is Vermont’s highest peak and should be tackled in the most extreme way possible – by helicopter! Heli-skiing on Mount Mansfield gives guests a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to ski uncharted territory. You’ll be taken to the peak by helicopter and can blaze your own trail down the mountainside. This exciting sport provides a magical bird’s-eye view and has become a popular activity for guests, enticing more skiers and snowboarders every year. 

3. Okemo Mountain

Some of the most prominent ski features of Okemo Mountain are its freestyle terrain parks, which offer creative, next-level equipment for both expert and novice riders. The terrain parks contain challenging obstacles like jumps, ramps, rails, and more. Okemo even offers the longest superpipe on the East Coast. Other constructed or natural terrain features help guests build their skills while having a unique riding experience.

4. Mount Ellen

This mountain’s casual feel is perfect for ski bums, but don’t let the laid-back atmosphere fool you. Mt. Ellen is home to Vermont’s highest chairlift, a wild terrain park, and acres of backcountry woods that make for a fantastic day on the slopes. Plus, Mt. Ellen is home to some of the most unique and intense cat skiing in Vermont! Snowcat skiing is an alternative to heli-skiing that uses a snowcat to transport guests to deep powder areas on land. Bring your most adventurous friends and family and experience Mount Ellen like never before.

Book Your Stay with GetAway Vacations!

Ski season will soon be in full swing here in the Green Mountain State, so hurry to our website to book your stay! Our beautiful Killington vacation rentals have everything you need for unforgettable mountain getaway. We even offer a variety of vacation specials and packages to help you save on your trip. We look forward to seeing you take on the mountains this winter!

Looking for other outdoor activities? Read our blog about the best things to do in Vermont besides skiing!

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