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By Jeff Cavagnino Stratton takes safety very seriously. We commit much of our training and orientation of staff each year to safety. We strive to keep our employees safe and the same goes for our volunteers. We have 60 paid and volunteer ski patrollers. We have 40 volunteer safety patrollers. They put in countless hours making sure trails are safe before we open, staffing our terrain … Continue reading Know The Code
By Jeff Cavagnino In order to fully enjoy the mountain, it’s a good idea to get a plan together. It’s important to do your homework and learn where to go once you arrive and where things like rentals, ticket booths, Mountain Sports School, Base Lodge are so you can get on the hill faster. Having the proper clothing and gear can really make or break … Continue reading Didn’t Your Mother Always Tell You Safety First?
By Courtney DiFiore We love Hercules because… It gives us a reason to celebrate – champagne powder anyone?! We love face shots. The powder is plentiful. We can explore the trees. It’s a great movie…duh. See some video footage from this weekend here! Continue reading Why We Love Hercules
By Jenny Dempsey I started snowboarding when I was 17. I got into it because the guy I was dating at the time was a snowboarder. The first year I was basically tagging along! I was always riding with guys and getting left behind because I was learning. My guy friends would try to teach me, but they don’t understand the difference strengths men and … Continue reading Get Ready For A Girl’s Weekend On The Snow
By Courtney DiFiore Born and raised in New York City, Sarah Nasoff isn’t the typical city girl; she enjoys being outdoors and in the mountains. The oldest of three girls, Nasoff is very close with her family which includes a rescue dog named Abby. We love doggies here at Stratton! Nasoff grew up skiing the west coast. “Coming from a family of skiers it was … Continue reading Meet the Women of Stratton – Sarah Nasoff
By Liz Millikin Like many of the shredding ladies at Stratton Mountain, the love of the mountain started young. Suslavich’s father duct taped her into the smallest ski boots he could find when she was just a year and a half old. “One of my earliest memories is being on the lift, clicking my skis together to get the snow off and having my skis … Continue reading Meet the Women of Stratton – Kayte Suslavich