Mount Snow Ski Area Snowboarding
The 5th most popular snowboarding destination in Vermont.
Friday 30 November 2018 03:07 GMT
Northwest of Brattleboro near West Dover, the Mount Snow ski area is a freestylers paradise with 8 terrain parks spread over 100 acres. The Superpipe is a 460-foot-long, 18-foot-high competition superpipe. The Mini Pipe is a 300-foot-long halfpipe with 8-foot walls, built with the progressive shredder in mind.
For the freestyle snowboarders in your crew, Mount Snow has the Farm terrain park that has been fully built out with rural style features including a barn and sugar shack. The Carinthia Parks cover about 100 acres and has 150 features to session. The popular Prospector Park is known for its wooden jibs.
Mount Snow has 102 runs spread 600 acres with a maximum vertical descent of 1,700 feet. It is spread over 5 mountains. It is not known for freeriding and most runs are flat intermediates. For steeps, try Ripcord. For glades, check out the Plunge.
For nightlife, try Silo Pub, Snow Barn, Dover Bar (D-Bags) and Indigo.
To reach the snowboarding at Mount Snow Ski Area from NYC, head nort on US95 to US91 in New Haven, CT. Follow US91 North to Exit #2 in Vermont. Take SR9 westbound 20 miles to Wilmington, VT. Turn right at the stoplight on to SR100 North. Nine miles to Mount Snow. For Main Entrance, turn left at second blinking light.
To reach the snowboarding at Mount Snow Ski Area from Boston, head west on SR2 to US91. Follow I-91 north to Exit #2 in Vermont. Take SR9 westbound 20 miles to Wilmington, VT. Turn right at the stoplight on to SR100 North. Nine miles to Mount Snow. For Main Entrance, turn left at second blinking light.
Beware, the Mount Snow Ski Area is packed on the weekends.
Overall, Mount Snow Ski Area is the 5th most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 12 snowboarding resorts in Vermont.