- A unique Vermont experience
- Over 53 miles of terrain and 111 runs
- One of New England's largest ski areas
- Visit Boston for a memorable city stopover
Why choose this resort?
Sugarbush is made up of two mountains - Lincoln Peak and Mount Ellen. The areas are connected by chairlift and a free shuttle bus and the combination makes this East Coast resort something very special. The main base station at Lincoln Peak Village offers a vibrant hub of activity with hotels, restaurants, shops and the ski school base. Sugarbush is located a scenic 45 minute drive from Burlington, providing a unique experience unmatched by any other Vermont destinations. Groups can enjoy a quintessential Vermont experience with local shopping, covered bridges, ice skating, cross country skiing, sledging, sleigh rides and lots more.
On the slopes
Sugarbush offers groups a classic New England ski experience. With two mountains, three terrain parks, six peaks, nearly 30 wooded areas and the 2,000-acre Slide Brook Basin, there is no question that Sugarbush is one of New England's largest ski areas, offering terrain for all ski abilities. Independantly owned and operated, Sugarbush resort maintains its true Vermont authenticity while competing against some of the largest ski areas in the United States.
The Lincoln Peak area is a haven for those new to skiing, with extensive beginner terrain. Mt. Ellen is the third highest peak in Vermont and features more challenging slopes, snow parks and abundant intermediate runs for students who are perfecting those carving turns. Castleroack Peak features steep, winding trails that give your seasoned skiers a real challenge.
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