Okemo Mountain resort is a family orientated and family run resort, located around the village of Ludlow, Vermont - a short drive from Boston. With over 200 inches of annual snowfall skiers and boarders alike have the perfect opportunity to enjoy the 120 trails and glades, spread across the 655 acres of accessible terrain. Should those trails need a little top up 96% of them are covered by snowmaking machines, ensuring great skiing all season long.
Okemo Mountain offers five distinct areas with a perfect mix of trails for all abilities, including the highest vertical drop of 2,200 feet. For freestylers, Okemo Mountain also boasts the longest superpipe in the East and six terrain parks, considered some of the most innovative parks in the region. If you have never put on a pair of skis or strapped on a snowboard before, the Okemo Ski+Ride school will help you get up and sliding in no time at all. If you like life a little gentler, head over to the Okemo Valley Nordic centre and enjoy some cross country skiing or snowshoeing. Gently glide across 22km of well marked trails that are tracked and groomed especially for Nordic skiing, plus there are 13kms of trails dedicated to snowshoeing.
One of Okemo’s most popular features is the variety and the calibre of its dining options. Whether you are looking for a full-service restaurant, family friendly options or specialty offerings including coffee shops, outdoor barbecue or the infamous Waffle Cabin, there is plenty to please any palette.
Okemo Mountain facts
Easy runs: 39
Intermediate runs: 43
Advanced runs: 38