Stratton Mountain Vermont offers year-round fun, but in the winter months it’s a popular destination for skiers, snowboarders and their families with a wide-range of terrain parks and winter activities for all skill levels.
Stratton Mountain Terrain Parks
Whether you’re just starting out or have been skiing or riding for years, Stratton Mountain terrain parks offer something for every skill level.
- Burton Parkway: Burton Parkway is ideal for those just learning to snowboard. Small features designed for acquiring freestyle skills provide the perfect backdrop for learning tricks. This is the place where practice makes perfect so you’re ready to head to the next level: terrain park riding.
- Tyrolienne Park: Tyrolienne is a small Stratton Mountain terrain park built specifically for riders and skiers hoping to improve their skills while having fun in the process.
- Big Ben Intermediate Progression Park: Once you’ve mastered Tyrolienne Park, Big Ben features more challenges to improve your ski and snowboarding skills with a variety of intermediate progressive terrain including a 13′ halfpipe!
- Supertrail Park: Skiers and riders enjoy this terrain park’s slopestyle course. It is modeled for flow, and the run offers large features throughout and an 18′ quarterpipe finale!
- East Byrneside: This terrain park was designed with the help of Olympic Medalists Lindsey Jacobellis and Ross Powers and offers a top to bottom boardercross course.
Trails for All Skill Levels
Aside from the terrain parks, Stratton Mountain, Vermont also has plenty of trails for all skill levels including 39 easy trails. To learn more about the various trails, where they are located on the mountain as well as lift location, visit the Stratton Trail Map tool online.
Other Winter Activities
Aside from snowboarding and skiing Stratton Mountain, there are plenty more outdoor activities to enjoy. Try snow tubing, take a dog sled tour, a full moon snowshoe hike or guided tour, or put on a pair of skates and go ice skating.
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!