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loon-mountain_new-hampshireLocated just two hours North of Boston, Loon is New England’s most-accessible mountain resort destination, offering 2,100 feet of vertical, and three peaks full of terrain variety, plus many lodging and dining options. Terrain ranges from gentle beginner slopes to long cruisers, steeps and tree skiing, plus a full progression of award-winning terrain parks, halfpipe and superpipe.  Offering 370 skiable acres and 60 trails, Loon Mountain has something for everyone. 

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Sugarloaf-MaineOffering the only lift-serviced above-the-treeline skiing in the East, Sugarloaf is known throughout the world as a premier destination. 

The mountain offers 133 trails and glades to choose from over 1,410 Boundary-to-Boundary acres open to the public. With a 2,820' vertical drop, Sugarloaf also stands out as one of the biggest ski mountains in North America.

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OkemoAfter perusing the resort’s docket of snow-related recreational opportunities it’s no wonder that Okemo Mountain, located in the Southern Vermont city of Ludlow, is one of the premier winter destinations in the Northeast.

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HermonMtnHermon Mountain is a small, family-owned ski area located in Hermon, Maine. Here, you wont find the expectations or costs of fancy ski resorts—just good old-fashioned fun. Located just 17 miles from Newport, Maine Hermon Mountain is an ideal stop for the beginning skier.

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stowe-hotelsStowe Mountain Resort may not have the elevation and size of the Rocky Mountain resorts, but it gets about as much snow with an average 333 inches per year.

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