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GENERAL MOUNTAIN STATS
2006/07 WINTER SKIING SEASON RUNS THANKSGIVING TO EASTER.

Stratton Mountain is the highest peak in southern Vermont, with No. 1 rated lifts and terrain parks (SKI 2002 Reader Resort Survey).

TIMES
Lifts open from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m.

TRAILS - Trail Map PDF
90 Trails, 583 Acres (including 90 acres of glades)

Novice: 42 percent
Intermediate: 31 percent
Advanced: 27 percent
2,003 Vertical Drop!
Snowmaking blankets 90 percent of the terrain.

LIFTS
16 Lifts
Four high-speed six passengers, One 12-passenger gondola, Four quad chairlifts, one triple, one double, two surface lifts and three Magic Carpets.

TERRAIN PARKS
Stratton Mountain features six terrain parks for beginner to expert snowboarders, skiers, and skiboarders. Designed and re-designed throughout the season by Stratton Park Rangers and local pros like Ross Powers and Hobie Chittenden, the parks cover more that 45 acres.


2006-2007 LIFT TICKETS
Lift Tickets Prices 2006-2007 Save lots of $$$ when you purchase Multi-day Lift Tickets!

One Day
Adult - $64.00 to $75.00
Young Adult - $56.00 to $63.00
Jr / Sr - $50.00 to $53.00

Three Day
Adult - $149.00 to $199.00
Young Adult - $129.00 to $177.00
Jr / Sr - $110.00 to $132.00

Five Day
Adult - $198.00 to $288.00
Young Adult - $176.00 to $249.00
Jr / Sr - $167.00 to $173.00

Seven Day
Adult - $249.00 to $319.00
Young Adult - $227.00 to $276.00
Jr / Sr - $209.00 to $217.00


DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Stratton is located in southern Vermont, only four hours from NYC, and 2 3/4 hours from Boston. Stratton Mountain offers one of New England's finest resort experiences, conveniently located in southern Vermont.

FROM NYC, NJ, PHILADELPHIA AND POINTS SOUTH
I-87 NORTH to Albany to Exit 23 for I-787
I-787 to Route 7 EAST
Rt. 7 becomes Rt. 9 EAST at Vermont border
In Bennington, Turn Left onto Rt. 7 NORTH
In Manchester Center, take Exit 4
Turn Right onto Rt. 11/30
Continue about 7 miles until Rt. 30 splits to Right Turn Right onto Rt. 30 SOUTH
Continue about 7 miles into Bondville
Directly after the 7-11, Turn RIGHT onto Stratton Mountain Road
Stratton Resort is 4 miles up


CT & NYC ALTERNATIVE ROUTE
Take I-95 north to I-91 in New Haven, CT, then proceed on I-91 north to Brattleboro, VT (exit 2). Follow signs to Route 30 north, drive 38 miles to Bondville, VT. Travel Tips: Speed traps heading north on Route 30 from Brattleboro on Friday afternoons and heading north on I-91, about 5 miles north of the VT/MA border.

FROM THE WEST (NY STATE/ONTARIO)
Take I-90 to Albany to I-787 north to Route 7 exit. Follow Route 7 east (note that it changes Route 9 in Vermont). From Bennington, take Route 7 north to Manchester, VT (exit 4). Turn right on Route 30 south to Bondville, VT.

FROM BOSTON AND POINTS EAST
Take Route 2 west to I-91. Go north to exit 2 and follow signs to Route 30 north, then drive 38 miles north to Bondville, VT.
Travel Tips: Watch for radar on Route 2 in MA, especially in the area surrounding Gardner. Plenty of fast food restaurants around the Gardner area.











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