The Best Ski Resorts in the East | According To Outside

The Best Ski Resorts in the East | According To Outside


The Best Ski Resorts in the East | According To Outside


Ski Patrol  Smugglers' Notch ResortImage from Smugglers’ Notch Resort

Outside has just dropped their list of the The 50 Best Ski Resorts in North America. They have broken each list down by region. Here is a look at their picks for the East Coast

Bretton Woods, New Hampshire

Vertical Rise: 1,500 feet
Acres of Terrain: 464
Average Snowfall: 200 inches

Jay Peak, Vermont

Vertical Rise: 1,936 feet
Acres of Terrain: 385
Average Snowfall: 377 inches

Killington, Vermont

Vertical Rise: 3,050 feet
Acres of Terrain: 1,509
Average Snowfall: 250 inches

Loon Mountain, New Hampshire

Vertical Rise: 2,100 feet
Acres of Terrain: 370
Average Snowfall: 163 inches

Mad River Glen, Vermont

Vertical Rise: 2,037 feet
Acres of Terrain: 120
Average Snowfall: 250 inches

Okemo, Vermont

Vertical Rise: 2,200 feet
Acres of Terrain: 667
Average Snowfall: 200 inches

Smuggler’s Notch, Vermont

Vertical Rise: 2,610 feet
Acres of Terrain: 1,000
Average Snowfall: 322 inches

Stowe, Vermont

Vertical Rise: 2,360 feet
Acres of Terrain: 485
Average Snowfall: 314 inches

Stratton, Vermont

Vertical Rise: 2,003 feet
Acres of Terrain: 670
Average Snowfall: 180 inches

Sugarbush, Vermont

Vertical Rise: 2,600 feet
Acres of Terrain: 4,000
Average Snowfall: 269 inches

Sugarloaf, Maine

Vertical Rise: 2,820 feet
Acres of Terrain: 1,056
Average Snowfall: 200 inches

Sunday River, Maine

Vertical Rise: 2,340 feet
Acres of Terrain: 870
Average Snowfall: 167 inches

Whiteface Mountain, New York

Vertical Rise: 3,430 feet
Acres of Terrain: 288
Average Snowfall: 200 inches

Read the full breakdown of each resort as well as Outside’s picks for the other North American regions here – The 50 Best Ski Resorts in North America

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