Vermont is a scenic, sparsely populated state along the Canadian border. Its numerous mountains make it a must for any skier seeking new adventures.
The small, forested community of Quechee is within an hour’s drive away from four popular Vermont ski resorts, including Killington Resort, Okemo Mountain Resort, Mount Sunapee Resort, and Ragged Mountain Resort. Wallingford, a historic and charming town, is a half-hour drive from one of Vermont’s premier ski resorts: Bromley Mountain Ski Resort. South Woodstock is a quaint village within the Woodstock community that, like Quechee, is about an hour’s drive from Ragged Mountain Resort, one of North America’s oldest ski resorts. The massive Killington Resort, which boasts six peaks and 21 lifts, is also a short drive away from, in addition to Quechee, Wallingford, South Woodstock, and Castleton—a pleasant town near the New York border.
Jacksonville is a village within the town of Whitingham. These two adjoined areas offer a small-town, picturesque community just a short distance from Mount Snow Ski Resort. Mount Snow Ski Resort, a resort with 86 trails and 20 lifts, is located in the village of West Dover.
Waterbury, known for its farm-to-table food scene and vibrant downtown, is less than a half-hour drive from Stowe Mountain Resort. The busy Bolton Valley Resort is not far from Waterbury, Swanton, and Burlington—a busy city with renowned museums and dining destinations. Swanton has a rich history dating back hundreds of years and is also an easy drive away from Stowe Mountain Resort and Mad River Glen.