It was a busy MLK weekend, and the trails did get skied off, but the groomers did the best they could. I doubt anybody else could have gotten the conditions as good.
We decided to try Jackson Gore Inn after friends say they saw it while staying at another complex at Okemo. We loved it. Our room was spacious with a mountain view and a balcony. The fireplace was an added bonus. And of course what child doesn't love an outdoor pool in below freezing weather. Every resort we stay at has... More
New facilities seem nice, but overall not as great as you would expect for a new resort. Town of Ludlow leaves a lot to be desired. And I mean A LOT. Also, ski and snowboard instructors are sub-par compared to other destinations in Vermont. So if you are taking children who are learning to ski, factor that into your decision.
We decided to ski and stay here at the end of the season, April '08. We had stayed at Okemo April '07 and had a wonderful time staying at Solitude Village. This year Jackson Gore was open so we wanted to try it. We had a studio unit in the newer Bixby building. The studio is spacious and beautiful, with... More
My husband and I took an easy 4 1/2 hr. ride north to Ludlow Vermont for a 2 night stay at the Jackson Gore Inn. (next door to Okemo) We had heard so much about this new Inn since it opened in December '03 and wanted to see it first hand before the craze of the winter. What a gorgeous... More
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