[All photos courtesy of MapleValleySki.com]
With a side business in the maple syrup mafia, one lucky buyer could turn the otherwise defunct, Maple Valley Ski Area into the next Killington.
On a more realistic note, Maple Valley Ski Area is easily one of the most viable ski area prospects currently up for sale. With the right management in place, the ski hill could once again thrive thanks to its southeastern orientation, just a 2.5 hour drive from Boston.
“The mountain has night lighting which no other ski resort in the area has. The slope behind the lodge, serviced by the T-Bar Lift, has been analyzed as perfect for one or two half pipes.” – Maple Valley Ski Area
According to Transworld Snowboarding, the current asking price of $950,000 includes the 1,000′ tall ski area itself, a massive 3-story base lodge, and all the lifts and on-hill facilities. The last time the ski area held winter operations was in the 1999/2000 season.
- Vertical Drop – 1000′
- Annual Snowfall – Unknown
- Skiable Terrain – 365 acres
- Trails – 16
- Lifts – Two doubles, two surface lifts
- Night Skiing – Yes
About Maple Valley Ski Area
Located on almost 400 acres high above the West River, Maple Valley has been a valuable resource to visiting skiers and local residents of Southern VT. Currently closed, it served winter sports programs of 20 area schools, having taught thousands of students to ski. It was geared for families and offered a safe, informal, relaxed environment. It also provided organized races, like the Nastar and Corona Series, as well as professional lessons from the ski school.
Find the entire listing here: MAPLE VALLEY SKI AREA DETAILS