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Stratton

Stratton Ski Area

Location Stratton Mountain, Windham County, Vermont

Nearest city Manchester, Vermont

Vertical 2,003 ft (611 m)

Top elevation 3,875 ft (1,181 m)

Base elevation 1,872 ft (571 m)

Skiable area 625 acres (253 ha)

Runs 97

Longest run 15,840 ft (4,830 m)

Lift system 1 high speed gondola, 4 high speed six packs, 3 quads, 1 triple, 1 double, 3 carpets

Snowfall 180 inches (460 cm)

Snowmaking 93%

Stratton

Stratton Mountain Resort in Stratton Mountain, Vermont

Painted in 1990

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Stratton Ski Area

Location Stratton Mountain, Windham County, Vermont

Nearest city Manchester, Vermont

Vertical 2,003 ft (611 m)

Top elevation 3,875 ft (1,181 m)

Base elevation 1,872 ft (571 m)

Skiable area 625 acres (253 ha)

Runs 97

Longest run 15,840 ft (4,830 m)

Lift system 1 high speed gondola, 4 high speed six packs, 3 quads, 1 triple, 1 double, 3 carpets

Snowfall 180 inches (460 cm)

Snowmaking 93%

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