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Vermont’s Ski Industry Showcases Weather Adaptability with Strong Seasonal Numbers

Vermont’s alpine ski areas reported 4.1 million skier visits for 2023-24, down less than half a percentage point from the 2022-23 season. Visitation this season remains 4 percent above Vermont’s 10-year average and outpaces a 6.2 percent decrease in Northeast region visits (12.4 million) and a 6.6 percent decrease in national visits (60.4 million).


Ski Vermont and its member ski areas recognize the inequity faced by historically marginalized communities navigating a multitude of barriers. We are committed to recognizing, understanding, and addressing barriers that limit access to and enjoyment of snow sports.


More than the mountains are green in Vermont. Ski areas across the state have a long history of improving sustainability and protecting the environment that brings happiness to residents and visitors alike.

What's New

Vermont ski areas are always looking for new ways to provide flake-filled fun for visitors. This season is no different with updates to lodging, lifts, and further expansion of snowmaking, new activities, and sustainability programs at areas across the state.

Snowmaking, Grooming and Mountain Ops for Winter 2023-24

Snowmaking has come a long way (even in the past few years), and Vermont’s snowmakers are on the leading edge of snowmaking technology with decades of experience and a constant desire to increased efficiency and make more with less.

Golf and Disc Golf in the Green Mountains

Golf and Disc Golf operations are in full swing at ski areas across Vermont. The Green Mountains have plenty of greens to putt around on all summer long. Find some of Vermont's premier courses with the guide below. Keep scrolling for the guide to some of the best Disc Golf courses in the state!