Magic Mountain Ski Area in Londonderry, Vermont, not far from Manchester, is well-known as a family ski resort with great expert terrain. Reopened in 1997, Magic Mountain has gone from strength to strength, attracting many to its unspoiled natural landscape. First developed in 1960, Magic Mountain has retained its Swiss alpine village ambiance, appreciated by those who wish to escape the hustle and bustle of life.
Vermont’s Magic Mountain takes in 135 acres of stunning ski area with a vertical of 1700 feet. A recipient of 180 inches of snow annually, Magic Mountain’s 33 trails boast lovely ski conditions. Best-known for its expert ski terrain, Magic Mountain also has a lot of room for beginners. The terrain has been categorized as 25% beginner, 25% intermediate and 50% advanced. So, hop aboard one of the 4 ski lifts and begin your winter adventure. Magic Mountain offers a number of world-class programs for skiers of all ability levels, so you’re never left out in the cold. Master your skills at the Hocus Pocus Terrain Park with its awesome jumps, rails and more. There is also much fun to be had at the Ala Kazzam Tube Park. At Magic Mountain the good times never end.
Magic Mountain’s base lodge is well designed to cater for all your needs. If you haven’t got your own equipment, it is possible to rent a variety of skis and accessories. When bellies begin to rumble, head for the base lodge, where you can satisfy any hunger. The Inn on Magic provides lodging on the mountainside, while further accommodation, such as Barnstead Inn, Bromely Sun Lodge, Henry’s Farm Inn, Landgrove Inn, Magic View Motel and Windham Hill Inn, are located nearby. When the snow melts and summer comes to Magic Mountain, the fun continues with activities such as mountain biking, hiking and skateboarding.
Magic Mountain is just that – Magical. Why not plan your next family vacation to this amazing winter playground, all are certain to have an unforgettable experience.