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Stratton was established in 1961, and expanded rapidly into one of Vermont's largest ski areas. Stratton sits at 3,875 feet and offers a beautiful view of the Green Mountains. Its ski area covers 670 acres and includes 97 ski trails for the enjoyment of skiers and snowboarders of all levels. One of the most powerful snowmaking systems in Southern Vermont, Stratton has snowguns on 93% of the mountain allowing us to offer impeccable snow conditions.

Stratton Mountain

  • Elevation at the summit: 1,181 meters / 3,875 feet

  • Vertical drop: 611 meters / 2,003 feet

  • Number of trails: 97 

Skiing area

  • Skiable ground: 625 acres

  • Man-made snow 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: 40%

  • Intermediate: 35%

  • Advanced: 25%

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 : 33,528 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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