Ten top Vermont ski resort houses to rent

Rent a whole house for Vermont's legendary skiing and snow sports or for a scenic mountain retreat any time of year.

  1. Killington

    from property 555500vb


    When most people think Vermont skiing, they think Killington. This resort is the largest in the East Coast, and offers runs whether you are an experienced skier or just getting started. Rent a cozy cabin to top off your family getaway to Vermont and get warm by a crackling fireplace after a day of skiing. No list of the top 10 ski resorts in Vermont would be complete without Killington.

  2. Stowe

    from property 496713vb
    Another popular place for skiing and snowboarding in Vermont is Stowe Mountain Resort. This resort offers 39 miles of runs for winter adventurers. With high-speed lifts, you will spend more time skiing and less time waiting to get to the top of the mountain.
  3. Smuggler's Notch

    from property 145838


    Families can plan an incredible ski vacation at Smuggler's Notch Resort. This resort has the only triple black diamond (translation: incredibly challenging) run in the entire east coast - but it also has plenty of friendlier runs for kids and beginner skiers.

  4. Okemo

    from property 117963
    The Okemo Resort is known as a family-friendly resort that welcomes both skiers and snowboarders. If you're interested in cross country skiing or snowshoeing, these are both options at the Okemo Resort as well. During the winter, the resort also plans evening entertainment the whole family can enjoy.
  5. Ascutney

    from property 370981


    Some resorts in Vermont aren't as well known as others, but that doesn't mean they don't offer quality skiing. Take Ascutney Mountain Resort, for example; this resort offers 56 trails, 6 lifts, and 9 challenging double black diamond trails. For serious skiers or those looking to improve their skills, Ascutney is a great choice.

  6. Bolton Valley

    from property 580546vb
    One reason travelers choose Vermont is that the resorts here generally have a very family-friendly attitude. The same can be said about Bolton Valley Resort, where families will find 61 trails for skiing and plenty of options for lessons and equipment rental.
  7. Jay Peak

    from property 3507432
    Located in northern Vermont, Jay Peak is almost at the Canada border. With an aerial tram and 76 trails, this resort is famous for having excellent natural snowfall - snowmaking isn't used as frequently here as at other resorts in Vermont.
  8. Magic Mountain

    from property 352465 
    Who could resist a Vermont ski destination called Magic Mountain? This resort is located in the southern section of the state (Londonberry), offering 40 trails to skiers of all levels. Tell the kids they're going to a magic mountain, and watch their faces light up.
  9. Pico Mountain

    from property 209094
    Everyone knows about Killington, but have you heard of Pico Mountain? Pico is a neighbor of Killington, and is one of the largest mountains in the state. With over 50 trails, you won't have to ski the same run twice during a winter getaway to Pico Mountain.
  10. Sugarbush

    from property 512259vb
    Another of the top 10 Vermont ski resorts is Sugarbush. Here there are two mountains and a variety of vacation rentals that put you right in the center of the action. Lessons are also available if you're trying to improve your ski skills with your Vermont trip this year.

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