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Smugglers Notch Resort Smugglers Notch

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Smugglers Notch Resort
4323 Vermont Route 108 South
Smugglers Notch
VT
05464
Tel: 800 419 4615

Directions

When using an online trip planner or an onboard navigational system, please use the following address for Smugglers' Notch Resort. Please note that many of these services will route you through Smugglers' Notch Pass in the Winter when the pass is in fact closed to all traffic. Please use the driving directions below from points South for Winter travel.

Smugglers' Notch Resort: 4323 Vermont Route 108 South

or

1 Morse Drive, Jeffersonville, VT 05464.

Both of the above addresses will bring you to Smugglers' Notch Resort.

Where are we going today?

Smugglers' Notch

Skiing and snowboarding lessons and open routes are available, with lessons beginning at age two and a half. They offer 19% green runs (mainly on the Morse peak) with a further 50% intermediate terrain and the rest at an advanced level.

Additional snow sports include snow tubing available for kids over about 40" on St Henry's Hill, plus air boarding is available for over 10s, essentially an inflatable raft you cruise down the mountain on, designed to curve perfect turns.

A zip line canopy tour is available to thrill the over 9s, crossing through thre mountain forest using rappels, zip lines and suspension bridges.

They also provide ice skating facilities which can be found beside the Nordic Ski and Snowshoe Adventure Center.

Indoors they have a family entertainment centre which features adventure soft play and many features, an indoor pool and a games room.

Summer activities include outdoor pool with waterslides, mountain biking, disc golf, woodland mini golf, rock climbing and more.

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsElements are priced individually.
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Daily opening, individual elements have varying operating schedules.

I'm Hungry!

There are a great many eatery options available..

Any Top Tips?

Extensive family programming provided during summer..

Can I get one of those?

Relevant equipment and apparel stores available..

What people are saying?

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    We had an awesome week here! It's a ski resort but they make sure that you have a great time in the summer as well. There are pools everywhere and the kids had a blast in the FunZone (giant inflatable slides, a bounce house, an inflatable obstacle course, and more). I can't speak to the Winter time activities but this is a great place for a summer vacation. The nearby towns have a lot to offer in addition to the resort but they all require a bit of driving to get to.

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    The notch was awsome great view of
    mountain Madonna very good for skiing love it ★★★★★

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    Had a great time, much better than expected.

    When I came there I had no idea how to ski, went home a pro. I took skiing lessons with Dave, he is a really great instructor, if you want take lessons at smuggs definitely request Dave for your instructor, he is the best.

    Stayed at the lodges, it was very nice and clean.

    Great resort.

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    Great place for a family or anyone strictly looking for a place to ski/ride. If you are a group that is looking for a place to ski/ride then bar it up and night this is not the spot.

    The Good
    - Great Hill lots of varied terrain and difficulty levels
    - Very friendly staff
    - Nice accommodations, a little dated but still some of the best I've stayed in at a ski resort
    - Shuttle service is fantastic, you call, they are there in 5 minutes tops.

    The Bad
    - Absolutely no night-life. None, Nothing... Oh there are bars in the "village" but they all close...Read More

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    We just had a vacation a few weeks ago at Smuggs. The accommodations we stayed at were very dated. The spare sheets actually had stains all over them and the beds were old and mattresses sunken in and too soft to get any sort of sleep. The room next to us had a large group of teenagers who were partying until 3am for two of the four nights we were there. I let the front desk know at checkout, but they didn't seem to be the least bit concerned.

    The resort amenities were also very dated, especially the pool. The fun zone was a hit with the...Read More

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by Tim Krafchick

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Great place for a family or anyone strictly looking for a place to ski/ride. If you are a group that is looking for a place to ski/ride then bar it up and night this is not the spot.

The Good
- Great Hill lots of varied terrain and difficulty levels
- Very friendly staff
- Nice accommodations, a little dated but still some of the best I've stayed in at a ski resort
- Shuttle service is fantastic, you call, they are there in 5 minutes tops.

The Bad
- Absolutely no night-life. None, Nothing... Oh there are bars in the "village" but they all close at 9:00pm - 10:00pm. There is a local bar the shuttle will take you to until 12:00am. On Saturday night there was 14 people there and the worst band I've ever heard. But you might as well check it out because there is nothing else going on.
- 2 man lifts are slow but you know that coming in. When the hill gets busy and despite what a lot of people say it does get busy, it can take 30+ minutes to get to the top.

by Meera Grover

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We just had a vacation a few weeks ago at Smuggs. The accommodations we stayed at were very dated. The spare sheets actually had stains all over them and the beds were old and mattresses sunken in and too soft to get any sort of sleep. The room next to us had a large group of teenagers who were partying until 3am for two of the four nights we were there. I let the front desk know at checkout, but they didn't seem to be the least bit concerned.

The resort amenities were also very dated, especially the pool. The fun zone was a hit with the kids. We have three kids, ages 6, 4 and 2 who all took part in day camp/ day care. For the most part the camps were good, especially the day care. I was very impressed with the staff at the day care for kids 2 and below. Over the weekend, the camps are so crowded that just checking them in was quite painful. If we went again, I would not enroll the kids during the weekend.

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