Vermont is Beautiful Year-Round. But Even More so when there’s Snow!
Every day we’re firing off trips. Some near, some far! But Did you know we run all-inclusive ski and snowboard trips to five different resorts in Vermont?
The Beast of the East – Trail Map
So named for good reason – with 140 trails, spanning over 750 acres and six mountains. It doesn’t stop there. Killington doesn’t just make do with the 250 inches of annual snowfall Mother Nature throws at her. Killington invested in 600 acres of snowmaking to make sure they’re open top to bottom in November, weeks before you sit down for that Thanksgiving Turkey dinner! The snow’s continued to be the most consistent in the East, making Killington the ideal destination for early season trips to the mountain.
No matter what skill level, you’ll love Killington’s diverse terrain. You’ve got your pick of groomers, bumps, steeps and trees. Their five terrain parks include a 500 foot Superpipe and the only “Burton Stash” on the East coast.
Always one of the first to open and last to close – The Beast gets our stoke going every Saturday from Mid-November thru end of April!
From a Six-Pack Bubble Chair to Acres of Park on Carinthia – Trail Map
There’s a reason to wake up early and get on the good bus to Vermont. Mount Snow is one of southern Vermont’s premier mountains! If it’s a big mountain, more snowfall and terrain options you’re looking for, then Mount Snow should be in your bag. You can ride everything from wide open groomers to scenic tree runs.
If you get down in the park, you definitely need to check out Carinthia, voted the number one East coast terrain park by TransWorld magazine. The 95-acre all-mountain park lives up to the rep with well planned and well maintained jumps, jibs and 2 pipes.
Still a novice?… Mt Snow’s learn to ride/ski school will have you shredding in no time! Their instructors are world class and set themselves apart with some of the highest standards of any ride/ski school classes in the business.
Mount Snow is our home away from home on Sundays throughout the season (And New Years Eve too!).
The ONLY Heated Bubble Chair on the East Coast! – Trail Map
We’re opening up the OvRride Playbook and adding another classic Vermont mountain destination to our season! Come join us when we OvRride Okemo Saturdays. Why you ask? So many of our guests and crew have always asked, “Why don’t you guys go to Okemo?” The only answer’s been… “Yea… why don’t we?”… So now we do!
In addition to Okemo’s 120 trails and 19 lifts (one of VT’s largest resorts), they’ve also got some of the most versatile terrain on the East Coast. Wide open groomers –CHECK! Long steep runs – CHECK! Beginner area slopes – CHECK! You looking to get in the trees? Okemo’s got your glades! You looking to get in the park? Ohhhhhh Yea – Okemo’s definitely got your number!
When it comes to game in the park, few mountains compare with Okemo. They boast one of the only Superpipes in the east, something you’ll find in almost any review of parks & pipes across the country. Perhaps most notable, Okemo’s enlisted the help of Snow Park Technologies, the world’s leading consulting team for special projects on snow. Together, they’ll be set out to reimagine the terrain park experience at the mountain and continue to switch it up season long in effort to offer guests access to some of the most innovative parks in the East.
Lastly, The Sun Burst Six chair is special in it’s own right! Transporting riders & skiers over 6400 feet in 6.4 minutes it’s the longest lift on the mountain, and as if that wasn’t good enough… it’s also the only chair in the east with heated seats!!!
We rock the bus to Okemo on select Saturdays during the season.
The Sugarbus to the ‘Bush is back! – Trail Map
In the 1960’s “Mad Men” ran the NYC streets and the SugarBus rocked up Madison Ave. on Fridays transporting weekend-hungry suits out of the city to the “ski world”. Cocktails, music, and an overall party atmosphere helped clear their heads on the way up to the fresh air peaks of Sugarbush Resort.
Today’s NYC is no different, you need to escape the grind so we’ve brought these trips back… and bigger than ever! OvR and Sugarbush Resort have partnered to bring back the nostalgia of “The SugarBus”.
Sugarbush is no slouch when it comes to terrain variety. “The Bush” is two mountain areas, Lincoln Peak and Mount Helen, with total of six peaks. On 500 acres, 111 trails, you’ll have your pick of groomers, bumps and three terrain parks. All those options are top notch, but it’s backcountry and tree riding where Sugarbush really shines. “The Bush” has carved out 20 wooded trails and boasts 2000 (yes thousand!) acres of back country terrain!
Sugarbush is the perfect weekend destination so come spend a long weekend with us at the end of January!
Get Stowe-ked for the highest mountain in Vermont! – Trail Map
If you’re into snow and scenic Vermont mountain ranges, then you’ll be Stowked to shred Stowe! With dumps averaging 333 inches every season, Stowe’s powder days never disappoint.
The mountain has a great mix of trails, so everyone from beginners to advanced riders and skiers will find the goods. Who doesn’t love a nice gondola? Warm up and enjoy the scenery as you zoom to the summit through the lands in the movie The Sound of Music.
Everyone from beginners to advanced riders/skiers will love the progressive terrain park as well as the larger “big kids” park. If you’re looking for the classic Vermont tree runs, you’ll love the glades at Stowe. You can’t beat Stowe’s natural terrain, hike-able out of bounds, and riverbed halfpipes. Did we mention the lifts open at 7:30am, (Earliest in the East) with above the tree-line riding???
Stowe for a weekend anyone? We’re there once a month for a long weekend in January and February.
Ski or Ride the Highest Mountain in Southern Vermont – Trail Map
Saturday just got a whole lot better! Time to get your Stratt-on and join us for Stratturdays. You want the option to shred up some bigger and badder terrain? Then strap on your Stratt and rock out with us as we head up north for the VT “experience.” With 97 trails, top rated terrain parks, and a network of glades for all levels, Stratton Mountain is where you want to ski (or ride).
Come see why the US Open called this VT resort “home turf” for so many years. With four (6-passenger) high speed lifts and new this year, wider cars on the base to summit gondola, you won’t waste your time standing in line. Perhaps most notable, Stratton boasts one of the best snow-making systems in VT, and backs up their riding/skiing experience with the “Best Snow Guarantee.”
Stratturday is so named as we rock the Stratton bus select Saturdays throughout the season.