Resort Guide 2018: MOUNT SNOW

Mount Snow is a premier four season resort located in the Green Mountains of Southern Vermont featuring four mountain faces of snowboarding including one of the East's best terrain parks, Carinthia Parks, an all- mountain terrain park boasting 100 acres, over 150 features, and a superpipe. Mount Snow is a member of the Peak Pass

Location: West Dover, VT
Vertical Drop: 1,700'
Annual Snowfall: 158"
Most popular run: Carinthia Parks
Ride-able Acres: 600
Number of Lifts: 20
Number of Trails: 87
Ticket Prices: Prices vary, so buy early and save!
Nearest Airport: Hartford, CT or Albany, NY
Aprés: Cuzzins Bar, The Snow Barn, Back of your Subaru in the Carinthia Parking Lot.
Hotels/Lodging: Grand Summit Hotel, Snow Lake Lodge, Mount Snow Condos
Most popular event(s): The C.O.M.P. , Van's Hi Standard Series, Reggaefest
Special season pass offers or discounted lift tickets: Member of the Peak Pass: 7 Mountains, 21 Parks, 1 Pass. Ages 18-29 starting at just $399 when you purchase before December 15, 2017. www.PeakPass. com

Snowmaking: Always a pioneer when it comes to snowmaking, Mount Snow has completed $30 million in snowmaking upgrades for the upcoming season, including doubling its ability to make snow and increasing storage capacity six-fold. These upgrades give Mount Snow the most powerful snowmaking system in the East, meaning more trails and parks opening faster to start the season, and better coverage all winter long. Peak Pass: After the success of its rst season, Mount Snow welcomes back our greatest pass offering yet, the Peak Pass, which features a total of six pass options valid at seven resorts across four states in the Northeast.

Consistently rated as one of the top parks in the East and top 10 in North America, Carinthia Parks features 10 separate terrain parks spread out over 100 acres, and sporting 150+ features; including its famous rail garden Junkyard, Inferno jump line, and Prospector with its all- wood features.
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This feature originally appeared in the October Issue of TransWorld SNOWboarding; subscribe here.