Rent a Timeshare and Ski Vermont

Rent a Vermont timeshare and find yourself within driving distance of a number of great ski resorts. With so many ski areas from which to choose, you're sure to find winter fun that will thrill each family member.

The Stowe area averages over 300 inches of snowfall per year. Interconnected with one ticket, skiers can enjoy 200 miles of ski trails from four centers: Stowe Mountain Resort Cross-Country Center, Trapp Family Lodge, Edson Hill Manor and Topnotch. The trails cover two mountains - Spruce Peak and Mt. Mansfield, Vermont's highest mountain.

Smugglers' Notch Resort is a renowned family resort and has been voted the #1 Ski Resort by North America Family Programs. Over 1000 acres interconnects the three mountains of Morse, Madonna and Sterling. This resort's skiing experience ranges from an outstanding children's program to the East's only Black Diamond run, the Black Hole.

Sugarbush Resort is located just 45 minutes from the international airport in Burlington. Over 4,000 acres stretch across six peaks and two mountain areas. Because of its challenging diverse terrain, many Olympic and U.S. Ski Team members ski Sugarbush.

Also enjoy other ski resorts such as Killington, Stratton Mountain Resort, and Mad River Glen. When you take a break from the slopes there are a lot of fun things to do and see around the state, and because Vermont is a small state, driving times from your timeshare will be easy.

Start off with behind-the-scenes tours of maple syrup factories in Burlington, Stowe and Rutland. The family will enjoy seeing how sap from the maple tree is processed into syrup, and how maple-flavored candies are made. Be sure to get a taste!

Shelburne is home of the 45-acre Shelburne Museum. Here you'll see collections of folk art and toys as well as work by famous Impressionist painters such as Monet and Degas, and newly acquired paintings by Georgia O'Keefe. The kids will enjoy touring the museum's 25 historic colonial houses, as well as a lighthouse and a paddlewheel steamboat that used to ply the shores of Lake Champlain.

In addition to skiing, during your stay in your Vermont timeshare you'll have time to enjoy historic sites such as the Hyde Log Cabin in Grand Isle, the oldest remaining log cabin in the U.S.; Stowe's Bloody Brook Schoolhouse, a one-room schoolhouse built in 1840; and the Ethan Allen Homestead in Burlington, home of Vermont's Revolutionary War hero who led the Green Mountain Boys in the taking of Fort Ticonderoga.

(Photo shown is the Mountainside Resort at Stowe)
2 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    Everyone talks about Colorado and Utah for skiing, but Sugarbush has some of the best skiing in the country. Plus the history of Vermont and maple syrup!

  2. Anonymous Says:

    This article has a picture of one of my favorite ski resorts - Mountainside Resort in Stowe, VT. We rented a timeshare there and loved our stay.

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