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Sugarbush, Vermont – U-Drive Trip 2024

With expansive terrain covering 2,600 vertical feet, Sugarbush brings some of the flavor of western skiing to the East and boasts one of the largest uphill capacities in the northeast region. Our resort extends across two mountains and 111 trails between Lincoln Peak and Mt. Ellen, connected via chairlift and shuttle bus. With immense terrain variety between the two areas, there are unlimited ways to unleash your own personal potential.

Lincoln Peak Village offers many lodging and dining options, and serves as home base for many of our services like the Ski & Ride School and Rentals. The terrain at Lincoln Peak has something for everyone, from mellow groomers for beginners to the legendary terrain of Castlerock Peak, full of narrow, steep, and winding trails.

Over at Mt. Ellen, the third-highest peak in Vermont, you’ll find steeps, wide-open cruisers, some great intermediate terrain, and our Riemergasse Terrain Park. Mt. Ellen is an understated experience, with a rustic base lodge that’s home to the convivial Green Mountain Lounge and state of the art Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports facility. Mid-mountain, Walt’s at the Glen House offers gourmet grilled-cheese sandwich selections and local beers on tap just steps from the lifts.

Whether at Mt. Ellen or Lincoln Peak, skiing in the trees delivers a brand new adventure. Twenty-eight wooded areas provide beginner to advanced tree skiing, and the 2,000-acre Slide Brook Basin acts as an adventurer’s paradise, tucked in between two mountains.

Want to learn more about what to expect when you visit Sugarbush and how to plan your trip? Check out our Visitor’s Guide for insider tips, in-depth guides, and resources to help you craft the best experience possible.


Feb 28 2024 - Mar 01 2024