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Vermont mountain with best slopeside lodging options?

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Hi All - I'm new to the board and hoping to get some help finding a mountain in Vermont with some good ski in/out accommodations.

 

I'm trying to book a trip with a bunch of friends and we are looking to rent a slope side ski in/out condo. Not interested in staying in the resort lodging at the base of the mountain, we're looking to rent a privately owned residence (i.e. condo). Does anyone here know of any mountain that would be a good fit? I'm having a hard time finding anything on VRBO or airbnb....most options are several miles from the mountain.

 

Last year we rented a ski in/out condo at Killington and had a blast but would like to hit a new mountain if we can.

post #2 of 5

If you are looking for a real condo then your options are going to be slim.

 

None of the resorts north of Killington offer ski-in/out condos.

 

Okemo has a rather large selection of lodging available slope side. But I do not know how much inventory is placed on VRBO or AirBNB. Stratton and Mt Snow have a few things close as well, but nothing ski-in/out that I have really noticed.

 

If you are willing to drive up to Tremblant, the lodging in the village is not ski-in/out. But it is extremely close to the slopes and lacks the feeling of a resort hotel like the Killington Grand. Tremblant may look and feel a bit Disneyfied, but the slope side access and "village" setup are unique on the East Coast.

post #3 of 5

Burke, Sugarbush, Smuggler's Notch, Jay Peak all have ski in ski out condos listed on VBRO.

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@centralvt08 thanks for the info I appreciate it. We wanted the condo because we all wanted to stay in the same place, plus having the option to cook, have a fire, etc.

Probably just rent a house of the mountain and hit up an uber after the après scene
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Uber for après scene?  Heh, you better stick to Killington then. Sugarbush, Stratton, Smuggs, Jay, Burke are all quiet.

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