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Winter Schedule & Updates

This past weekend, we had a very nice day on the rope tow and tons of tubers taking advantage of perfect sliding conditions.

Looking forward, we are introducing Community Day on the Rope Tow this coming Friday (Jan 22nd) from 2PM until 4:30PM.  We will offer this fun opportunity every Friday when conditions allow.  We hope to see many local families take advantage of some extra outdoor time with the kids.  Although donations are always welcome, there is no ticket charge for Friday’s skiing.

Our fingers are crossed to have our normal tubing and T-bar operations from noon until 4PM on Saturday the 23rd and Sunday the 24th .

Looking forward to seeing everyone.

Read about what’s happening inside AO in our monthly Newsletter.



Contract tracing is required by the State of Vermont. Supporter Pass holders can provide their information just once at the start of the season. Day Ticket T-bar skiers and tubers, however, will need to provide information each time they purchase tickets. We encourage daily users to print out and complete the Contact Form (see below) before arriving at the ticket line. Also please review our up-to-date COVID Rules before visiting.

What We Do

Ascutney Outdoors offers a remarkable four-season venue for outdoor activities and nature lovers within the beautiful and diverse ecosystem of Mount Ascutney.

Four Season Recreation



  • Hiking on some of the most scenic trails in Vermont
  • Mountain biking on 35+ miles of trails maintained by our sister organization Ascutney Trails Association
  • Equestrian trails around the base of our mountain

Community & Events


Ascutney Outdoors was created to bring the community together to enjoy our mountain. Our organization, trails, and activities are made possible by a dynamic group of volunteers–and we’re always looking for socially distant new recruits!


When it’s safe to gather again, the Ascutney Outdoors Center is the ideal place for large and small activities and events.