Stratton Mountain officially opened on December 29, 1961 with three lifts, eight trails and 22 inches of fresh snow. Skiing had arrived. Golf and tennis soon followed, Designed by noted golf course architect Geoffrey Cornish, the Stratton course opened for play in 1964. Among the first of its kind, Stratton’s renowned Golf School was founded by Arnold Palmer in 1969.

Through the years, Stratton has grown into a vibrant resort Village. Today generations of friends and family come home to Stratton, sharing the fun, laughs,  learning … the stories.

Elevation at the summit: 1,181 meters / 3,875 feet. The highest peak in southern Vermont.

  • Vertical drop: 611 meters / 2,003 feet
  • Number of trails: 97

Terrain

  • Skiable terrain: 670 acres
  • Snowmaking coverage: 474.43 acres
  • Gladed terrain: 160 acres
  • Total trail length: 38.10 miles
  • Longest trail: Mike's Way to Wanderer at 3 miles

Trail classification

  • Novice: 41%
  • Intermediate: 31%
  • Advanced: 17%
  • Expert: 11%

Lifts - 11

  • 6-passenger chairlifts: 4
  • 4-passenger chairlifts: 3
  • 3-passenger chairlifts: 1
  • 2-passenger chairlifts: 1
  • Gondolas: 1
  • Magic Carpet: 1
  • Lift capacity : 33,428 skiers/hour

Snow conditions

  • Average annual snowfall: 460 cm/ 180 inches
  • Number of Snowguns: 900 tower guns, 200 ground guns and 16 fan guns

Annual Snowfall

  • 2013-2014 : 177"
  • 2012-2013 : 149"
  • 2011-2012 : 78"
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