Smugglers' Notch Resort Description:
Smugglers’ zipline canopy tour, a year-round ride on more than 4,000 feet of cable and the first in Vermont. Scenic lookout and tree platforms in a forest of hemlock, white birch and sugar maple will yield stunning views.
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Smugglers' Notch Resort Statistics:
Vertical Drop: 2,610'
Skiable Acres: 1,000
Annual Average Snowfall: 322"
Night Skiing: no
Smugglers' Notch Resort Reservations:
Lift Tickets / Season Passes
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Smuggler's Notch Ski and Snowboard School:
The Burton Learn To Ride Center, Smugglers' has partnered with Burton to develop a Riglet Park, an on-snow play area with fun terrain features designed for introducing young children in ski school programs to snowboarding. The focal point is a treehouse, an elevated platform with ramps that children can ride down, a balance area within the treehouse, and a lift chair that swings to help kids practice getting on and off the lift.
In addition, children’s day care (6 weeks – 3 years) is available at Smugglers' slopeside center Treasures. Treasures also hosts the Little Rascals on Snow program, an introduction to skiing for 2 1/2 - 3 years olds, who enjoy the center's dedicated tike-sized slope and conveyor lift.