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Terrain Parks - Stratton


Rider's Guide

Stratton Mountain is a beast of a mountain, providing snowboarders with one of the largest snow-covered resorts in the East. With 670 acres of land, Stratton Mountain provides a wealth of different runs and trails. There are 97 trails in all for snowboarders of all ability levels, 41% beginner, 31% intermediate, and 28% for expert and advanced skiers and boarders. Eleven lifts and 2,003 feet of vertical guarantee a wild time for all levels of snowboarder.

Parks and Pipes

With 670 acres of snow-covered land, Stratton Mountain has the space to implement a number of terrain parks. Stratton's Progression Park was designed for the beginner to learn ropes and tricks. Tyrolienne Small Park has small terrain features that help freestyle riders and skiers develop their skills before heading to the bigger parks. Stratton also has a largely intermediate park, Suntanner that features intermediate terrain and a slopestyle course. The East Byrnside features a wicked top to bottom boardercross park designed by the Parks Crew and Olympic Medalists.

Out of Bounds

Stratton Mountain’s large village like resort is well-equipped to provide guests with a host of activities including, ice skating, tubing, sleigh rides, nighttime snowshoeing, snowmobiling, cross country skiing and much more. In the village there is also tons of shopping, an indoor fitness center, and a full service spa.

Hangout & Hookup

Stratton Mountain parties as hard as it rides. Head to Grizzly’s for the best live music or the Green Door Pub for pool, foosball and video games. Mulligan’s is a beer-lovers paradise offering an impressive selection of international and local brews.

The Deal

Only 90 minutes from Albany, NY and 3 hours from Boston, MA, Stratton Mountain is easy to get to. Stratton’s convenient location in Southern Vermont is directly accessible from many major interstates.