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Sugarbush Resort, Warren

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#6 of 31 in Winter Sports in Vermont
Ski Area · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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Sugarbush Resort is a ski resort located in the Mad River valley in Warren, Vermont, owned by Alterra Mountain Company. It is one of the largest ski resorts in New England. The resort encompasses more than 4000 acres (16 km²) total, 484 trail acres (2.34 km²) skiable, 53 miles (85 km) of trails, and 16 ski lifts. Sugarbush has 111 ski trails, 18 additional marked wooded area, substantial off-piste skiing and riding, a summit elevation of 4,083 ft (1,244 m), and a vertical drop of 2,600 feet (790 m), second largest in Vermont after Killington, and the third largest in New England after Killington and Sugarloaf.
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Sugarbush Resort reviews

TripAdvisor traveler rating
TripAdvisor traveler rating 4.5
341 reviews
Google
4.6
TripAdvisor
  • I am ashamed to say I used to recommend this place. Why are the snow guns blasting on the skiers? You are ruining visibility, creating piles of snow and creating a dangerous unpleasant experience... 
    I am ashamed to say I used to recommend this place. Why are the snow guns blasting on the skiers? You are ruining visibility, creating piles of snow and creating a dangerous unpleasant experience...  more »
  • The phone system is grossly inadequate and impossible to reach a live person. They had a breach of their security system with credit cards and personal information at risk between October 9, 2021 and....  more
    The phone system is grossly inadequate and impossible to reach a live person. They had a breach of their security system with credit cards and personal information at risk between October 9, 2021 and....  more »
  • Really beautiful resort with some great skiing. Even though we encountered some bad weather the skiing was still nice. A good place to get away for a quick weekend ski trip. 
    Really beautiful resort with some great skiing. Even though we encountered some bad weather the skiing was still nice. A good place to get away for a quick weekend ski trip.  more »
Google
  • Finally revisited Sugarbush since i was last there in 1986 for a HS ski trip. Things have changed quite a bit, and for the better - i was able to order my lift ticket online for instance. When i arrived, they checked me in quickly, and the guys in the rental department were helpful in getting me the proper skis & boots, and i was out the door quickly. It was early in the season around Dec 20, so there were naturally a smaller number of lifts & trails open, and they were making snow too, but skiing & service was good, and what i had expected.
  • Along with Stowe and Jay Peak, Sugarbush is one of my three top places to ski in the Northeast. They have tons of great tree skiing, a nice little village at Lincoln Peak and just an overall great vibe at this mountain. There are a ton of great local skiers here as well. I couldn't recommend a visit to Sugarbush highly enough, if the snow is good you'll have just as much fun here as you would anywhere out west. These photos by the way are from a late season trip, I can assure you Sugarbush is awesome during the heart of winter season!!!
  • Skiing wasn't the best but that's mother nature's fault, it snowed but the wind was heavy and they shut down the lifts early. Ticketing and lift lines were efficient but the lifts were slow, didn't seem like high speed quads. This whole experience cost $185 for a single day ticket, also had to park far away and shuttle so in all I got less than four hours on the slopes for that price.
  • So much fun!!! Trials for literally everyone! Going up Heaven's Gate was beautiful and like being on top of the world! Absolutely loved both mountains.
  • Nice expansive mountain with diverse terrain to ski. Can get really cold which can turn the snow into hard pack. Lodge and dining options are clean and well kept. Things can get a little pricey so if you can scoop up a lift ticket on the cheap it’ll make the costs of beer less painful. Luckily, Lawson’s Finest Liquids is a short drive away for post skiing beers.

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