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Vermont Ski Tours

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Whether you’re a new or experienced skier, a first-time visitor or a seasoned New England traveler, taking a tour with Vermont Ski Tours is a hassle-free way to have your entire ski or snowboarding trip planned for you. Leave it to the folks at VST to plan your day on the slopes. Vermont Ski Tours guides in six areas across the state, including Killington. VST services both Killington and Pico peaks.

Trusted and Experienced Guide

With Vermont Ski Tours, new and seasoned skiers and snowboarders will experience the slopes with a trusted and experienced fellow skier. In 2019, VST President Peter Campana celebrates his 52nd season. Over the years, he’s sent more than 200,000 skiers and snowboarders to Vermont.

What You’ll Get On Vermont Ski Tours

In addition to your guided tour of the slopes and advice from an experienced skier, a tour with Vermont Ski Tours gets you two days in a hotel, two breakfasts, two dinners and bus transportation. Lift tickets aren’t included in the price. A single phone call reserves everything you need for your trip to ski Vermont. VST offers three Killington packages. You can view them inside VST’s 2019 pamphlet.

Custom Tours

For GetAway Vacations guests, we recommend a custom package. Since you’ll already have your cozy lodging, all you’ll need are your meals, transportation and lift tickets. VST can customize your  trip, which is perfect if you’re planning to ski Vermont with a big group or several families.

Cost and Best Times to Ski

Costs vary depending on the travel season. Holidays are more expensive. You can view a complete list of the “value days” this year and prices inside VST’s 2019 pamphlet.

Take the hassle out of your Killington ski trip and book with Vermont Ski Tours. They’ll handle the skiing, we’ll handle the lodging. Call us or visit our website today to find your private ski lodge!

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