|Powder Ridge may be gone but you can still find skiing in Connecticut. Woodbury offers downhill skiiing and there is night skiing at Sundown. Connecticut cross-country trails can be excellent after a fresh snowfall in Farmington. When there’s not the time to travel north – yes, you can ski Connecticut.To feature your favorite Connecticut ski area, please contact us. Learn more about advertising in CTLiving.com.
P.O. Box 27 / 46 Great Hollow Rd.
Cornwall, CT 06753
Mohawk has 24 trails total, including 12 trails available for night skiing. With snowmaking coverage on most of the 107 skiable acres you will be sure to keep busy throughout the day. This ski area is on land leased from the CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
Mount Southington Ski Area
396 Mount Vernon Road,
All 14 trails are open for day and night skiing. Snowmaking, 50 skiable acres, a terrain park, and a 425 vertical drop makes Mount Southington a great place for the whole family.
P.O. Box 208 /126 Ratlum Rd.
New Hartford, CT 06057
Ph: 860-379-SNOW (7669)
Sundown has15 total trails and 14 of them are open for night skiing. They also have 2 terrain parks, 4 lifts, a 625 foot vertical drop, and 65 skiable acres.
The White Memorial Foundation and Conservation Center
P.O. Box 368 / 71 Whitehall Road
Litchfield, Connecticut 06759-0368
Over 35 miles of cross country trails!
Winding Trails Cross Country Ski Center
Cross Country Ski Center
50 Winding Trails Drive,
Farmington, CT 06032
All 43 trails are track set and groomed and cover about 13 miles.
Woodbury Ski Area
785 Washington Road
Woodbury, Connecticut U.S.A
Woodbury claims to be the first ski area open in Connecticut, and most of New England. If you are looking for some early skiing check out Woodbury.
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