Okemo

Mountain Information

Did you Know...

5 Fun Facts About Okemo

Did you Know...

A Grand Opening

Okemo opened on Jan 31, 1956, after an 11" snowstorm.

Snack at the Summit in the Summit Cafe

Enjoy a break and the views from the Summit Lodge.

More than just Skiing at Okemo

Check out the Timber Ripper Mountain Coaster.

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The origin of the Okemo State Forest

In 1935, the state of Vermont bought 4,000 acres of land.

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Ludlow’s first ski tow opened in 1938

Put up by the Okemo Outing Club, it operated until 1943.

Okemo

Mountain Statistics

Okemo Mountain Resort and the surrounding area is the outdoor enthusiasts dream come true. With the highest vertical drop in southern Vermont, explore the mountain further with our trail map.


Highest Elevation

3,344 ft
(1019 m)

Base Elevation

1,144 ft
(348 m)

Skiable Terrain

632 Acres

Lifts

20

Snowmaking Coverage

98%

Terrain Parks

6

Trails

121

Beginner Terrain

33%

Intermediate Terrain

37%

Advanced Terrain

30%

Okemo

Let Us Be Your Guide

First let's start with welcome to Okemo! Whether it's your first time here or first time skiing, make the most of your trip!

Know Where to Go

Two base areas and over 100 trails along with the highest vertical drop in southern Vermont. Make you most of your Okemo time.
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Bring the Fun on

Play and relax on and off the snow. Along with the skiing and riding, get the full scoop on all we offer.
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Après Afternoons

The fun doesn't end just because the skiing stops. Stay up on events to make the most of your mountain time!
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