Stratton Mountain Ski Resort

Stratton Mountain is a ski resort located in Stratton, Vermont. The resort is situated on the slopes of Stratton Mountain, and offers skiing and snowboarding facilities as well as a variety of lodging options. The Stratton Mountain Ski Resort is one of the largest ski resorts in Vermont, and offers a wide range of trails and amenities for both beginner and experienced skiers. The resort also features a variety of shops and restaurants, as well as a lively après-ski scene.

The resort offers skiing and snowboarding on 53 trails and glades, as well as 16 lifts. The resort has a vertical drop of over 2,000 feet, making it one of the most challenging ski mountains in the area. The mountain is also known for its Bromley mountain, which is a popular place for snowboarders. The resort also has a base lodge, day lodge, rental shop, ski school, and child care facilities. 

Skiers with less experience will appreciate the opportunity to ski from the top on Easy Street, a family-friendly green trail that runs almost three miles. For beginners, the Magic Carpet is covered in the learning area.

The resort’s self-contained slopeside complex looks like an Alpine ski village. There are also off-slope amenities like a spa, fitness center, and dining.

Stratton offers winter outdoor activities like sleigh rides, ice skating, and tubing. A Nordic Center is also available, which is open seven days a week. The center has cross-country lessons and a new grooming machine.

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Average, Expensive

Hotel Availability


Spending time

Fitness and Wellness, Kids Camp, Restaurants, Shoping


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Advanced, Beginner, Intermediate