Family centered offerings at Vermont ski resorts

Posted By: The Ski Channel on January 12, 2011 7:44 am

Ski season in Vermont is in full swing. With ample snowfall this week, Vermont’s trail conditions are ideal for families planning to spend some time on the slopes together over this long Martin Luther King Holiday weekend.

In addition to its renowned skiing and riding, Vermont resorts offer amenities, easy access and programs catered to families. This newsletter highlights some of the ways that Vermont’s resorts’ strive to create an atmosphere where families can simply enjoy their time together.

Keeping families connected isn’t as easy as it used to be, with busy work schedules, after school sports and a myriad of interruptions of daily life. But the staff at Okemo

 

Photo courtesey Sugarloaf

knows how. Enjoy… The Many Reasons Why Families Love Okemo.

Families come in all shapes and sizes, especially those that travel on family ski vacations. And while Dad may want to catch first chair, mom may be looking for a swim in the pool…Families Come Together at Bolton Valley.

In addition to January having prime conditions for family getaways to Vermont’s mountains, there’s icing on the cake in…Specially Priced Packages and Family Fun at Smugglers’ Notch Resort.

Family getaways are also a time to enjoy a relaxing pace, with winter activities for family members of every age… Mountain Top Inn & Resort Offers “Old Fashioned” Family Fun.

For those seeking a winter wonderland complete with tree forts and a carousel for the youngsters, look no further… Pico Mountain Introduces Planet Kids.

Activities like tubing and ice skating are for all ages and now, not just the parents can snowmobile, as there’s mini-snowmobiles for the kids… Stratton Mountain Resort Hosts All Types of Family Fun.

When the ski day is done, families can enjoy the arts and more at… Stowe’s Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center.

 

 

 

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