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We went skiing in late March in total sunshine with great groomed snow.. Trails are mostly blue but very consistent. Plenty of lifts and good mid mountain food and small bar. Nice village with a couple good spots to eat.
Beautiful mountain but due to the windy conditions we didn’t get to do what we had planned,however the village is incredible and the spa was wonderful. We had a blast despite the extreme cold. It’s so easy to get around on this mountain. We would recommend the couples message located at the spa in the village. The hot tub in the hotel was spectacular and the message was so peaceful and relaxing.
Love Stratton. Really well Set up mountain with short lines and friendly staff. Lacks very steep terrain for experts (their double black diamonds are more like single blacks at killington). However for my skill level it's perfect. Amazing glades in the shredwood forest. Main complain is I'm not there right now!
Stratton Mountain is the place to be. In the winter it has great skiing for all difficulty levels. Off season, there is plenty to do. Between the hiking, brewfest and concert series, I'm always looking for an excuse to go. The village is picturesque and was designed to look like a resort in The Swiss Alps. Before hitting the slopes, cycling or whatever else is on your agenda, stop by Stratton Market and Deli for a great breakfast/lunch sandwich. If you're done for the day and want a great meal, go to Mulligan's Restaraunt. If you want to enjoy a burger with a mountain view go to Grizzly's in the base lodge. If you want some wings, pizza or other bites, go to 802 bar. There also is a pretty good bar scene in the village between Grizzly's in the base lodge for a great view of the mountain, Green Door Pub under Mulligan's to get rowdy and the 802 bar and Fire Tower Tavern for cocktails. As far as skiing and foliage in The Northeast go, Stratton is hard to beat.
Stayed on a Monday in late fall. The place was a ghost town!! Great service and plenty of parking (since it was a Monday.) The only downside was that the restaurant selection at the resort was rather small. (Perfectly explainable with the low occupancy.)
Facility was reasonably clean, but they need to spend some on refurbishing as it is showing some wear. Pleasant mountain inn ambience. Awesome fall scenery. Lots of festivals nearby. Staff was friendly and helpful. Dining options at the lodge were dreadful. Dinner menu at the lodge was very small and food poorly prepared and quite expensive for what we got. We have gone there every fall for the past 10-15 years and for the last 2-3 have seen a drastic decline in the food offered. There are only 3 other restaurants in the village nearby, all filled rapidly leaving some guests with few options. Continental breakfast was ok but that has diminished too.