Welcome to the Stratton Mountain Resort Blog. If you’re here, you’re probably an outdoor enthusiast that would like to learn more about Stratton Mountain, Vermont. We post things such as event details, how to’s, athlete spotlights, gear guides, travel guides and more. We’re excited to help you explore the endless possibilities of Southern Vermont all year round.
There’s something for everyone at Stratton as the activities don’t stop year-round. Ski, snowboard, snow tube or ice skate in the winter. Enjoy playing tennis or golf in the summer, hike the mountain for some of the most beautiful views in the country, or take your bike into our mountain bike park for 5 miles of downhill thrills. The slopeside Village is lined with retail shops and restaurants including alpine clothing and hard goods, coffee & desserts, a candy shop, pizza, Vermont spirits & brews and fine dining. On-Mountain accommodations include cozy lodges, full-service hotels, corporate meeting rooms and spacious condominiums. Here’s a place the whole family can agree on. For more information, visit our main website – stratton.com
Meet the Authors
Andrew Kimiecik | Going into his second winter as the Marketing Communications Specialist, you are just as likely to find Andrew on the mountain as you are in the office. A lifelong snowboarder, Andrew pretty much can’t say no anything outdoors. Splitboarding, skateboarding, mountain biking, surfing, camping. You name it, he’s got the gear ready to go in the garage. You might find him cruising down Black Bear, you may see him in Diamond in the Rough, or you might find him flat on his back in Big Ben, no matter where it is, say what’s up and take a lap with Andrew, and you may find yourself on the Stratton Instagram.
Luke Robins | A true east coast skier, and man behind the camera, Luke is stoked on his second winter as Stratton’s Digital Media Producer — that’s fancy talk for Photographer/Videographer. Don’t let his race background fool you, he’s just as comfortable scoring free refills in the trees as he is dragging knucks on Kidderbrook. Off hill, you can find Luke wherever there’s music (he’s likely taking pictures there too). If you see him out with his iconic black backpack make sure to smile for the camera. You might just make the next highlight reel.
Tyler Prime | A second-year Snow Reporter and guardian of the GoPro, Tyler is a mountain expert. He has a knack for finding the deepest stashes and the quietest trees around the resort. As a Stratton Snow Reporter, Tyler knows when the snow is coming, knows how much has fallen and what trails to ride. He probably has two laps in, all before you have your teeth brushed. That powder video you just clicked “Like” on? We guess this unveils who may be holding the camera.