Stratton Mountain Resort



5 Village Lodge Rd, Stratton Mountin, VT 05155 Visit Website | 802-297-4000 |


Cost: Please see web site for current season ticket pricing Parking: Yes

Stratton Mountain has a variety of terrain options for beginner and intermediate skiers – 42 percent and 31 percent of terrain respectively – plus great steeps for room to grow. Secluded learning areas, complete with a covered carpet and easily navigated chairlifts, provide an excellent and safe place to get started.

Stratton Snowsports School - Stratton is home to the first dedicated Junior Ski School, which nowadays is dedicated to fostering little rippers on skis and snowboards. Stratton has a place for little ones from 6 weeks to 12 years old. There’s childcare for kids under 3 years old, with Ski and Play for 3 year olds, and Snowsports programs are available for ages 4 and up. Pretty soon, the kids may be outpacing Mom and Dad, so Stratton’s Adult Snowsports School offers programs to keep the grown-ups growing too, including exclusive clinics for women and lessons for finally getting the hang of moguls, trees or anything else.

Stratton’s mountain-side lodging - They have options range from the a room at the Inn at Stratton Mountain to multi-bedroom condos with full kitchens. Depending on the lodging selection, amenities include hot tubs, heated pools, ski storage and walk-to-lift convenience. It’s easy to get a great deal whenever and wherever you choose to stay with one of Stratton’s lodging packages, like Kids Ski and Stay Free and Learn to Ski or Ride Package.

Off-Mountain Activities - Visit the Hub in the village or on-line, it is Stratton Mountains inside guide to all that the resort and Southern Vermont has to offer. Families can plan snow shoe tours, movie nights, find restaurants, craft times, yoga, music and more!


1 review
  • February 9, 2015
    "I felt it was expensive for the size mountain it is. It is larger than anything around it but small in comparison to mountains further north. If you can find a deal on tickets, I recommend using the Sunbowl lodge which seems less busy than the other two. The slopes were well skied off and icy. The ice castle experience wasn't worth forking out the fee for me. The staff was friendly and helpful. There are some pretty good dining options. "
    - Glb

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