Snowology's Premium Subscribers can get 50% off a lift ticket to Stratton!

Stratton Joins the Snowology Club

BOOM! That's right folks, 2,003' of vertical with 670 acres of terrain and 160 acres of glades smack dab in the center of the Northeast's prime ski country on Southern Vermont's highest peak are now available to our Premium Subscribers to try out. Stratton has joined the Snowology Club and is offering our Premium Subscribers a one-time 50% off discount for a lift ticket any Monday through Thursday with just holiday blackouts so that you can go and experience what they have to offer and ski off your pass! The discount will be applied to the full window ticket price on the day you wish to visit. If you are already a Premium Subscriber to Snowology, you can get your discount code and information for how to redeem it here:

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Save 50% Off Lift Tickets and Up to 20% Off Gear! We have worked with ski areas across the Northeast and retailers of gear to create opportunities for our Premium Subscribers to save money on gear and find new and unique experiences from smaller more local mountains that provide affordable

Stratton is part of Alterra Mountain Company and the Ikon Pass is their full pass that also gives unlimited access to Sugarbush, Tremblant, and Snowshoe in the East, and 5 or 7 days of access to Killington/Pico, Loon, Sunday River, Sugarloaf, Windham, Blue, and Camelback as well as more than 40 other destinations across the West and around the globe with a focus on true destination resorts owned and operated by both independents and conglomerates.

Stratton is primarily known as a big family mountain with fast lifts and wide open groomers, but they are a favorite of ours for their reliable early and late season skiing and riding plus some of most expansive and best maintained glades in the Northeast. There are 17 of them on the map from the extremely approachable Daniel's Web, West Pilot, and Eclipse for those new to the trees, to more difficult but not sketchy favorites like Test Pilot and Kidderbrook Ravine. While they recently added some of their secret glades to the map, there are even more hidden all over the mountain and a full day can easily be had in the trees. Stratton is a great mountain for skiers and riders who love the glades or want to learn and improve their skills, and of course great for ripping some wide open cord and racking up some vert on a quiet weekday with your friends.

Last season Stratton also put on probably the greatest single snowsports event in the Northeast. They were the host of the US Open Snowboarding Championships for 27 years as the sport grew from obscurity to the mainstream, and it is part of their heritage. East Street Archives partnered with them to create Homesick, a 3 day festival with throwback competitions complete with a hand dug half pipe, speakers, history, and a who's who of snowboarding both past and present at every turn. Homesick is coming back again from March 22nd through the 24th and will likely remain a feature for years to come.

We are ecstatic to have Stratton step up to become the first large resort helping us to put the 'club' back into Northeast skiing and riding, something that has long been a part of our culture. While multi-passes have changed the dynamics in the industry and helped make frequent skiing and riding more affordable while enabling more variety for their passholders, exploring off your pass and making last minute decisions can be expensive these days and has proved limiting among friends who own different passes. Stratton has in fact made some changes this season to their weekday lift ticket prices when demand is low to provide discounts of up to 50% for early purchasers weeks out. Those who fly more by the seat of their pants to hunt conditions and some pow and have a Premium Subscription to Snowology can now also make last minute decisions to call an audible or join their friends without breaking the bank.

Welcome to the Snowology Club Stratton. We appreciate you!