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Pico Mountain & Surrounding Areas

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Pico Mountain & Surrounding Areas

Pico Mountain (802-422-3333); picomountain.com) One of Vermont’s firstmountain resorts, Pico opened in 1937 with a tow hooked up to theengine of a Hudson auto. Currently under the same ownership as Killington, the winter lifts at this family-friendly resort are only open Thurs. – Monday and holiday weeks. Lifts: 6, including 2 expressquads, 2 doubles, and 2 triples. Trails and slopes: 214 skiableacres, with 50 trails adding up to 17 miles, the largestpercentage of intermediate, all funneling to the base lodge. Vertical drop: 3,050 feet....

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Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding

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Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding

Killington Resort(800-621-MTNS; killington.com), 4763 Killington Rd.,Killington. Killington  is the largest ski resort in the East. It boasts seven mountains and the most extensive snowmaking system in the world. There are also abundant après ski, restaurant and nightlife options. With 1,003 acres of slopes, andsix interconnected mountains, plus Pico, Killington does havesomething to please everyone, including high-elevation views and 16 gladed trails. It still boasts the tallest summit in the East accessible by lift, the K-1 Express...

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Ice Fishing

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Ice Fishing

Echo Lake Timber Lake Lake Rescue

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Ice Skating

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Ice Skating

Ice Skating Union Arena Community Center,496-3 Woodstock Road, Woodstock, VT. (802-457-2500). Summit Pond Skating at the Grist Mill. (802-422-3970) Giorgetti Ice Skating Rink (no rentals) 802-775-7976 Depot Park, Rutland (no rentals)

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