Yes. You who reads this, you who skis or snowboards, you who lives in the community and wants kids & adults to have a nice family place to go. You who has childhood memories of this wonderful place or someplace like it. All this can still happen in a time where it costs an arm and a leg to do anything. And all this for just $5. Yes $5 for an all day and or night lift ticket. Just $5 to ski or snowboard in your own backyard.

How? Because it is run by the people of this community! The town does not run it. The town does not fund it. They stopped running it some 20 years ago and you local people of the community got together and have run it ever since. No one gets paid money. You get paid by having the best non profit, all volunteer, day and night skiing, snow making, $5 an all day lift ticket, ski area in all of New England if not the whole US of A!

So contact us and let us know how you can help. What you can maybe do. How you can help to continue to keep the ski area running.

I and 8 others put more than 250 hours in each year for the last 3 years. That’s 2000 hours for just us 8 board members each year. And 3 of them are over 75 years of age.

Then there are the loaders, castle watch, snow makers, ticket sales, fund raising, lift maintenance, painting, electrical work, free ski lessons, snow grooming, terrain park care, hill duty, ski patrol, race gates set-up, advertising, board meetings, snow removal, hill committee, off season maintenance, lift operators, trainers, and the list goes on and on.

All this is done by you, the people of this community. You run the ski area.

All we ask is that you help out with 3 hours a week of help to help lighten the load. That’s just 12 hours a month and just for about 3 months in the middle of winter when there’s nothing to do anyways.

So contact us and let us know what you can do.

Thank you!

We also need contractors: carpenters, electrical, concrete, tree work, ect.. to help out if they can.

See you on The Hill soon!



Living Memorial Park Snow Sports is a non-profit, all volunteer organization that runs and maintains the ski area at the park. Only $5 for an all day ticket, night skiing included.  Our mission is to make skiing affordable, quality, and fun in the Brattleboro area.  We operate a T-bar surface lift on a hill that’s appropriate for beginner and intermediate skiers and riders.



THURSDAY: 3:00 PM TO 9:PM, under the lights

FRIDAY: 3:00 PM TO 9:00 PM, under the lights

SATURDAY: 10:00 AM TO 4:00 PM

SUNDAY: 12:00 PM TO 4:00 PM

Conditions permitting





PUNCH CARD (12 tickets for the price of 10)—$50




Living Memorial Park is located on Guilford Street inBrattleboro.  From I-91, use exit 2 to Route 9 (Western Avenue). Travel west on Rt. 9 approximately ¼ mile toGuilford Street.  Turn left here, over a new bridge next to the Creamery Covered Bridge.  Turn left at the stop sign and the ski hill is on the right.


Ticket holders must use either snowboards or skis that are firmly attached to their feet. While on the T-Bar, stay directly under the lift line and release the T-Bar while under the lift line. Ask for instructions if this is your first time on this type of a lift. As you speed down the hill stay to the left of the markers. The right side is reserved for sliders. Have fun.


Options and Amenities for our Customers

Across the drive from the base station in the summer pool building is a warming room and bathrooms. This is a good place to put on your boots on a cold day.


On the next level up from the base station is an indoor ice skating rink operated by the Parks and Recreation Department.  You can find info on the ice rink here.  They sell snacks and drinks in the ice rink lobby that you may take advantage of while here skiing.

You may also want to explore our Creamery Covered Bridge over the Whetstone Brook just a short walk from the lower parking lot. It has recently been converted to pedestrians and bicycle use only.

The Town owns a fairly large track of land above the ice rink and westerly of the ski hill.  This is all open for x-country skiing or snow shoeing.  None of this is groomed trails, just backcountry use. Here is a link to a trail map of the land the Town owns. 


Many days when you ski or ride we have ski patrol on duty.  When they are not able to be here, Rescue Inc. is located only a mile away.  Fortunately injuries are very rare.