Ski Areas in Connecticut
Ski Sundown is situated in the northwest corner of Connecticut, where the hills start to get taller and steeper. With a satisfying mix of trails, nearly all of them with night lighting, a decent vertical, and nearby lodging, Ski Sundown presents an alternative to a bigger area, especially those looking for a ski/snowboard experience closer to home.
Whether you are a first-timer or a lifelong enthusiast, you will find 15 trails and terrain to challenge your abilities.
Mount Southington has fantastic snow, great prices, and a fun-filled family atmosphere. The goal is to generate smiling faces through the joys of skiing and riding.
Bring the family. Looking for terrain variety? Mount Southington has what you're looking for! Special Mountain features include a Terrain Park for the high flyers and "The Glacier" children's learning area.
Mohawk Mountain is located in Connecticut's beautiful northwest corner, offering a combination of mountains, tall pines, rushing streams and even a century-old covered bridge.
There are 25 trails covering 107 skiable acres, providing wide, sweeping and open trails. Fourteen lighted trails make Mohawk Mountain the largest night skiing area in Connecticut.
Mohawk's Base Lodge was designed by the area's founder and skiing pioneer Walt Schoenknecht. It offers food service, ski shop with…
Woodbury Ski Area is a unique year-round outdoor recreational facility located in the Southern Litchfield Hills. Woodbury is a smaller family oriented mountain offering 100% snowmaking and grooming. Woodbury Ski Area has downhill skiing with a new mogul/bumps run, snowboarding on a new snowboarding trail with two redesigned half-pipes and a new quarter pipe, and sledding and tubing including a new sledding and tubing park with dedicated lift. Woodbury has cross-country skiing with lights,…