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Visit the charming ski town of Stratton with a stay at Tamarack, an impressive lodge-style home with panoramic mountain views and ample outdoor space, including a heated outdoor pool and hot tub surrounded by lush foliage. Enjoy easy access to Stratton Village, Stratton Mountain Ski Resort, and Stratton Golf Course.
Stratton, Vermont, is a year-round vacation spot within Green Mountain National Forest that offers small town charm and endless outdoor recreation opportunities. Credited as the birthplace of snowboarding, the town is also home to Stratton Mountain School, from which numerous Olympians, including gold medalist Lindsey Jacobellis, have hailed. While the population is just under 450 people, tourism and outdoor recreation attract many visitors looking to enjoy the area’s skiing, snowboarding, golfing, mountain biking, and more on and around Stratton Mountain. Stratton Mountain Resort is the home base—a top Vermont resort offering more than just skiing and snowboarding with events and adventures throughout the year, including Fourth of July fireworks and kids’ summer camps.
Whether you’re shopping around Stratton Village, taking a snowboarding lesson, or cruising up a gondola on a scenic tour, you’ll be in the prime location for the adventure of your choice.
This 27-hole golf course is the host of six LPGA Tournaments and received high regards from Golf Digest. The scenery is stunning—swing for your hole-in-one with mountains, a lake, and forest as your backdrop.
Soar through 5.81 miles of downhill trails at the Stratton Bike Park or venture beyond the town and explore a variety of roadways, cross-country trails, and single-track downhill trails.
Stratton’s summers are warm and comfortable, reaching into the mid-70s. January and February are quite brisk, with highs in the 20s. The rainiest month is typically May with some rainy days scattered throughout the summer. The snowiest days are typically in March, making the mountain a popular destination for spring skiing.