Come set up the equipment @ 9pm. We can make snow until 11am Saturday or longer if we have enough help! Call Ray @ 380-2977 until 10pm tonight or after 7am tomorrow so he knows how much help he’ll have.( you could just show up @ 9pm but it helps to know how many are coming!) So let’s make some snow!


   BRATTLEBORO SKI HILL is a family friendly, all volunteer, community run effort.  For an all day ticket, night skiing included, the cost is ONLY $5 !!! (FREE to children 5 and under!) Our goal is to make skiing available, affordable, and fun to the Brattleboro area, surrounding communities, and beyond.  The ski hill has a T-bar surface lift, on a hill that is appropriate for beginner and intermediate skiers and snowboarders.



LESSON THURSDAY = will only be open if we have lessons scheduled (and that would be 5 – 8)

FRIDAY evening = 4 pm to 9 pm   Under the lights!

SATURDAY = ALL DAY !!!  10 am to 9 pm  WOW!!

SUNDAY = 12 noon to 4 pm!

Conditions permitting



Children 5 and younger are FREE

PUNCH CARDS = (12 tickets for the price of 10)  are $50




BRATTLEBORO SKI HILL is located at 1 Memorial Park Drive, in Brattleboro, VT. 

If coming from I-91, use exit 2 to Route 9 (Western Avenue). Travel west on Rt. 9 approximately ¼ mile to Guilford St.,  turn left over the new bridge just before the old Creamery Covered Bridge. At the end of the bridge, take a left after stopping at the stop sign and the ski hill is on the right.


All who ride the lift, MUST BE a TICKET HOLDER of a ticket purchased that day.  You must use either snowboards or skis that are firmly attached to your feet. While on the T-bar, stay directly under the lift line. When getting off the T-bar, stay directly under the lift line, prepare yourself to get off, let go off the T-bar, and quickly get out of the way to the side. Ask for instructions if this is your first time on this or this type of lift. As you ski 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

Tickets are sold at the BASE STATION at the bottom of the hill.  Hot chocolate, water, candy bars and other items can be purchased there also.

Across from the base station is a warming room, a good place to put your boots on or to take a rest on a cold day. Bathrooms are also found in this building

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.

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.