Central Vermont Ski Resorts Map and Mountain Statistics
With so much to see and experience in Vermont, it needs to be visited numerous time to be fully enjoyed and appreciated. Central Vermont is home to many historic towns, artistic and farming communities as well as other attractions including Vermont's State House and Ben & Jerry's Homemade Ice Cream. Local handcrafted items are also made here including blown glass, furniture, local breweries and artisanal cheeses. Nine of Vermont’s sixteen ski resorts are also found in this region. Vacation rental accommodations such as a condo rental, chalet or cottage rental and large family vacation homes are available at the mountainside as well as in town.
While all of the resorts offer a variety of challenge and terrain for all skier and boarder abilities Killington offers it on a grander scale spanning 6 mountains, 752 skiable acres, 140 diverse trails and 5 terrain parks including a 500ft. long Superpipe this mountain resort has the challenge and excitement you are looking for in a ski and boarding holiday. Not far from Killington is Pico Mountain which offers a friendly, uncrowded skiing environment. Sugarbush offers over 2,000 acres of backcountry skiing and has received awards for its diverse terrain. The only cat skiing operation is also at Sugarbush making this an unique resort to experience. Owner Direct Vacation Rentals prides itself on offering a variety of styles of vacation rental accommodations in order to make your ski holiday comfortable, enjoyable and on budget.