Trail Map

Main Face:

Mount Snow Trail Map

Our back-to-base trail system makes it easy for skiers and riders of all ability levels easily meet up at the end of an enjoyable day on the slopes. Most of Mount Snow’s signature cruisers are here: Snowdance, Canyon, Exhibition, Ridge and the 3.1 miles that make up the green beginner trail Long John. Learning areas are located at the Launch Pad with the Mount Snow Ski & Snowboard School’s home the Discovery Center and at Sundance Base area on weekends and holidays.
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Carinthia is in the East Coast’s Top 5 Terrain Parks as voted on by Transworld Magazine, SKI Magazine, and Skiing Magazine readers. Carinthia boasts 100 acres of parks loaded with rails, jumps and pipes, nearly five miles of trails, tree-skiing zone, all-natural terrain area, mini-pipe and Mount Snow’s monster superpipe. Eight of those park feature new fan guns technology, the other four come with mother nature’s help. There’s no place like Carinthia for pure variety of snowboarding terrain and features. Carinthia’s parks are the perfect destination for all abilities from the little grom to the professional.
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North Face:

Mount Snow's North Face

Ready for a real challenge? Spend some time on the steep slopes of the North Face. Many trails here are kept ungroomed for advanced skiers and riders, including Ripcord a double-diamond trail offering some of the steepest terrain in the Northeast. Tree skiers love the glades over here.
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True to its name, the Sunbrook face offers great scenic runs on Bluebird days. Lovers of un-groomed trails enjoy the two dippers. Meanwhile, bump skiers do laps on Beartrap all day with music pumped through loudspeakers on the chairlift towers.
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Base Area:

Base Area Map
Use this downloadable guide to find resort lodging, eateries, ski and snowboarding services, après-ski options, off-mountain activities like tubing and snowmobiling, or even which lot you parked your vehicle in!

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Tree Terrain
Tree skiing and snowboarding areas are not maintained or checked by ski area personnel. Ski and ride at your own risk. All tree terrain is considered most difficult and is recommended for expert skiers only – use extra caution. Unmarked obstacles and other natural hazards exist throughout. Do not ski or ride alone, but preferably in groups of three or more. Be aware, use good judgment and ski or snowboard accordingly.