Skiing Snow Valley is always an enjoyable experience. Known to have more natural snow that any resort in the region, added to our limited lift ticket policy, equals more time skiing, not standing in line. Our challenging slopes consisting of 15 trails and a vertical drop of 900 feet, combined with 20km of XC trails, and a new XC touring center assures your total enjoyment.
Snow Valley, built in 1939, is one of the oldest ski areas in the country. For over 30 years, the area has been a favorite spot for the skiing family as well as the serious recreation skier. Over the years Snow Valley continues to maintain its identity with reasonable rates, congenial atmosphere, and a true Vt flavor!
Guaranteed Snow, of course we can’t guarantee the weather. But Snow Valley earned its reputation long ago for the unusual amount of natural snow that is collects and retains each year. Facing north, Snow Valley nestles in a unique configuration of mountains that acts as a snow funnel, so that there is plenty of snow into spring.
MOUNT SNOW VALLEY offers more than just skiing. We have compiled a list of fun things to do in and around Mount Snow Valley for your friends and family to enjoy.
FUN THINGS TO DO THIS WINTER IN MOUNT SNOW VALLEY:
MINDLOCK ESCAPE ROOM- West Dover VT; Too COLD? Rainy day? Try Mindlock Escape Room. Two themed escape rooms, “Speakeasy” and “Patient Zero” will entertain all ages- great for families- for an afternoon. Holli’s daughter, Cati, was one of the “testers” and loved it. Next to the Valley View Saloon. 131Route 100, West Dover, VT 802-258-7913
“TEXTURES”: A GROUP ART SHOW: Bennington, VT; The Beyond Gallery presents “Textures”, the new group show on display from October 4th to December 1st. The show will feature 19 artists, many of whom will be at the First Friday Opening Reception from 5PM to 8PM. Light refreshments will be available. Beyond Gallery, 437 Main St, Bennington, VT
THE SHIRES of VERMONT WINTER SAMPLER: Manchester, VT; 1PM to 3:30PM; Designed for those having only a few days in the area and who want to see the area’s best-kept secrets. If you are not familiar with the Manchester, Dorset and Arlington area, this tour is delightful. It offers an alternative to a day on the slopes or shopping. Given in a comfortable 10-passenger vehicle, our local guide will give an overview of the area and offer suggestions of what else to do and where to dine. You will view mountain/valley vistas and quintessential villages along the way.r$35 Per person; Advance Reservations Necessary via email or phone. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 802-362-4997; Tour meets at black sidewalk benches in front of 21 Bonnet St., Backroad Discovery Tours, 21 Bonnet St, Manchester Center, VT; https://www.backroaddiscovery.com/winterspring-sampler
REVOLUTIONARY/ CIVIL WAR TOUR: Manchester VT; 9:30AM; Daily Designed for history buffs. Given in a comfortable 10-passenger vehicle, our local guide will give an overview of the area and offer suggestions of what else to do and where to dine. Visit over 35 sites between Manchester and Bennington involved with the Revolutionary and Civil War eras. You will view mountain/valley vistas and quintessential villages along the way. Visit website for a detailed description of the tour. $35 Per person; Advance Reservations Necessary via email or phone. Email: email@example.com or call 802-362-4997. Tour meets at black sidewalk benches in front of 21 Bonnet St., Backroad Discovery Tours, 21 Bonnet St, Manchester Center, VT
HUNGRY KIDS? Kids eat free from 5-6PM daily at the Roadhouse; 4 Old Ark Rd (off Rte 100); Wilmington VT; 802-464-5017
MOVIE NIGHT: The MHCA Cinema in Dover presents “The Good Liar”; 4 Mountain Park Plaza, West Dover, VT; Box office: 802-464-8411. Call for exact dates and times.
Late autumn fruits and vegetables are filling the tables of the local markets along with lots of food & craft goodies
BENNINGTON INDOOR FARMERS’ MARKET: Saturdays; 10AM to 1PM; First Baptist Church, 601 Main Street, Bennington, VT; First & Third Saturday of each month through April.
BRATTLEBORO WINTER INDOOR FARMERS’ MARKET: Saturdays 10AM to 2PM; Church Building, 80 Flat Street, Brattleboro, VT
DORSET WINTER MARKET- Sundays 10AM-2PM at HN Williams Store; VT-30; Dorset VT
TASTE OF VERMONT
Vermont has become known for its artisan cheeses, microbrew beer, and artisan spirits. Here are a few nearby places to sample the products
Remedy Wine Bar is now open 5:30 to 8PM on Friday and Saturday. “We can’t wait to share with you our unique menu of delectable small plates and the best damn wines by the glass this side of the Connecticut River!” Reservations required. firstname.lastname@example.org
Honora Winery & J’Ville Brewery: 201 Rte 112, Jacksonville. 802-368-2226; Sample locally made wine and fresh brewed beer in the tasting room or enjoy a glass of wine and sit on the lawn listening to the stream. Wednesday thru Sunday 11AM to 6PM
Grafton Cheese Village: Route 30, Brattleboro. On the way into town, the well- known cheese maker offers samples of cheddar and other local artisan cheeses and has great gift baskets.
Snow Republic Brewery: Our new local. Stop by Friday & Saturday- 11AM to 10PM and Sunday 11AM to 6PM. Fresh brew and games. 33 VT-100, West Dover, VT (just down from Twice Blessed
Taylor Farm Cheese: Rte. 11, Londonderry. Vermont’s only producer of Gouda. Taylor also offers demonstrations and hands on cheese making classes. 802-824-5690 for info and hours
Beer Naked Brewery: 7678 VT-9, Marlboro, VT: Small local brewery offering several small batch beers with a 100 mile view from the top of Hogback Mountain. Food offered by Andrzej’s Polish Kitchen is “better than Mom made” if your mom was Polish. Open Wednesday & Thursday- 4-8PM, Friday and Saturday Noon to 8PM and Sunday Noon to 8PM; 802-464-7702
Vermont Distillers: 7755 Route 9 East, Marlboro, VT; Locally produced Metcalfe’s Maple Cream Liqueur, Metcalfe’s Vermont Maple Liqueur, Metcalfe’s Raspberry Liqueur. 802-464-2003; Hogback Mountain Gift Shop for tasting & retail. Open daily 9AM to 5PM
Saxton’s River Distillery: 485 West River Road (Rte 30), Brattleboro, VT; 802-246-1128; Locally made Sapling Maple Liqueur, Sapling Maple Bourbon, Sapling Maple Rye, and Snowdrop Gin. Free tours and tastings. Open Monday thru Friday 9AM to 5PM; Saturday and Sunday 10AM to 5PM
McNeils’ Brewery: 90 Eliot St. Brattleboro. A Brattleboro original. Microbrew and small restaurant.
Hermit Thrush Brewery: 29 High St., Brattleboro. Our newest microbrew specializing in Belgian style “sour” beers. Open daily; 802-257-2337 for exact hours
Brattleboro Co-op: 2 Main St, Brattleboro; The co-op has a great selection of local cheeses, craft beers and excellent wines. The picnic offerings- prepared dishes and sandwiches are a treat. Come for tastings and in- store classes.
Mount Snow Valley Ski Lodge Village offers eight beautiful vacation rentals in Vermont to choose from. Mount Snow ski lodge is the perfect all-season spot for your family getaway, reunion, wedding, graduation, birthday, anniversary, or just pure fun with friends. Each of our vacation rentals in Vermont come with a spa and super amenity package, along with its own individual character. To start, pick your favorite rental home that accommodates the needs of you and your group.