Ski Club Ski Access

The Ski Club at Mount Snow is a 1st floor condo, with a sliding glass door in the rear, leading you to a Mount Snow groomed trail called “Seasons Pass”. Here you can ski down to the Carinthia Lodge where lifts can take you to full access of all trails on Mount Snow.

Put your boots on inside the condo and make your way up an approximately 50 foot hill to “Seasons Pass“. Depending on the conditions, the climb is pretty straight forward.

If there is a packed ice condition or the climb is an issue, you can ski down to the Sundance Lodge instead of Carinthia Lodge although the trail is longer, please see map below.

For Sundance Lodge, come out the back door and make a hard left instead of climbing the hill. Ski behind the condos below via “Tags Trail” that will merge with Tin Lizzy / Seasons Pass, a condo trail, that will take you to the Sundance Base Lodge. There are no steep climbs, but be ready for some “longer flats” on the trail.

Follow Tag’s Trail to Seasons Pass to the Sundance Base lodge if Icy Conditions on the Hill
Back Door View looking up at the Hill to Seasons Pass, lots of fun happened!

Skiing has its risks, but the rewards are so worth it.
Please remember to be aware and enjoy the adventure!

Powder on the Mountain

Snowboard home on powder – my buddy Steve in the spring of 2019. You know Mount Snow gets on an average of 30 inches plus of new snow a month during December, January, February and March.

Once the trails get groomed and the snow is packed, snowboard home is a little faster experience. So easy, jump on the active trail, Seasons Pass, and come back to the condo whenever you please.

Please wear a helmet while snowboarding!

Mount Snow is set up for Snowboarding with the Carinthia Terrain Parks! Rails, Jumps and Ramps to learn on or go to the edge of. From Grommet to Inferno, lots of room and terrain to enjoy for all skill levels. All minutes away from the Ski Club.

Mount Snow Restaurants

The following are restaurants, breakfast cafes and take outs that are an easy drive from the Ski Club at Seasons Condominiums in West Dover, Vermont. Am sure there are other great places to eat and enjoy in the Dover Wilmington area, please let us know if you find a one not listed.

Restaurants within 3 miles of Mt Snow

Dover Gar and Grill – 464-2689
Coffee Barn Cafe – 464-2848
Snow Mountain Market – 464-9666
Two Tannery Road – 464-2707

The Last Chair Bar Grill – 464-1133
Black Diamond Grill – 464-0220
Trail 87 – 464-4254
Tonys Pizza – 464-8669

Sticky Fingers Bakery – 464-9463
Betsey’s Dot’s of Dover – 464-6476
American Flatbread – 464-8888
TC’s Family Restaurant – 464-5900

Valley View Saloon – 464-9422
1846 Tavern and Restaurant – 464-5207
Sawmill Bar and Table – 464-8131
Snow Republic – 222-0932

Restaurants located 6 to 10 miles from Mt Snow

Roberts Road House – 464-5017
River Market – 464-2236
North Star Pizza – 464-5148
Cup n Saucer – 464-5813

Krispy Crunchy Chicken – 464-8062
Dots – 464-7284
Maple Leaf Tavern – 464-8999
Anchor Seafood – 464-2112

LaCasita – 464-8500
19 South Main – 464-0062
Butter Mountain Bakery – 780-0232
Wahoo’s – 464-0110

Harrimans Restaurant @ Mt Snow – 464-1100
1900 Burger @ Mt Snow- 464-7029
Cuzzins Bar and Grill @ Mt Snow – 464-1100
Iron Loft @ Mt Snow – 339-8537
Station Tap Room @ Mt Snow – 464-4254
Waffle Cabin @ Mt Snow – 779-5743

Wintertime Things to Do at Mount Snow Vermont

Mount Snow is a great ski destination. The mountain offers 600 acres of ski adventure with a summit elevation of 3,600 feet. There are 20 lifts with 80% of the mountain able to create snow serving 85 trails on 4 mountain faces.

Multiple terrain parks and a super pipe are on the Carinthia Park mountain face for an array of snowboarding adventures. The ski conditions, the quality of grooming and location in Southern Vermont makes for a great vacation and adventure.

In addition to skiing, snowboarding and tubing, there are many other things to do. First is the food, see our listing for some of the many locations to eat, drink and be merry.

You can go cross country skiing on trails thru the Green Mountains, call the Timber Creek Cross Country Ski Center at 802-464-0999.

Take a ride on dog sled at Husky Works, just a 15 minute ride from the mountain. They offer a 2-3 person sled pulled by Siberian Huskies that love to run. Sorry to say, they have permanently closed as of 2023.

Snowmobile tours are offered thru the back country of the Green Mountains with over 600,000 acres of land to ride in.

If you take a ride to down to Wilmington, on the edge of town is the White House Inn. There is a great hill adjacent to the Inn where you can have a lot fun sled riding. Be aware you have to walk up the hill, no lifts here!

Depending on the weather conditions, you can go horseback riding at Brookside Stables with a lesson if you wish.

For some fun indoors, check out North Star Bowl, they offer Candlepin Bowling with food, drinks and other parlor games . North Star is on the way to Wilmington on Rt 100 about 15 minutes from the mountain.

Dover Cinema offers current movies thru MHCA and is just 3 miles away from the mountain for a great night out.

If you want to play some Pool or Billiards, check out Dover Forge on Rt 100, they have multiple tables, great draft beer and a munchies menu.

The Adams Family farm is another great place to go especially with kids. They feature sleigh bell rides and many different animals that you can visit with, right in their pens. The farm has been in Dover since 1865 and hate to report that it closed as of November 2018. Hoping they reopen soon, check their web site for updates.

If your heart is set on visiting a farm, a 30 minute ride will bring you to the Robb Family Farm in off Route 9 on the way to Brattleboro Vt. See their cows and learn how maple syrup is made.

For some chuckles, you really want to stop by Skip Morrows gallery. Skip’s humor is waiting. The Gallery is on Rt 9 just outside of Wilmington, it is worth the ride.

Art Galleries in the area include Anne Kantor Kellett Gallery, Ann Coleman Gallery. There is also the Young and Constantin Gallery, check their hours at 866- 625-6866 and the Stick and Stones Studio, call first at 802-464-9922.

This is just a sampling of what Mount Snow has to offer, Wilmington has a developed down town area with many shops and sites. There is much more to the mountain than just skiing!