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I am sure that my sisters, who are not too fond of adrenaline, might not review Mt. Mansfield the same way as I would, but I absolutely loved sailing across the trees on some of the nations longest and fastest lines. I was there to...More
Mount Mansfield has great views when skiing. It has a large surface area that is perfect for winter sports. It is well-equipped for great winter skiing. Snow quality obviously differs depending on the weather.
Must visit period.
Heard this is the tallest skiing place in US. Whatever the claims, this place is a must visit for their gondolas ride, cliffrestaurant, multiple skiing ramps on the mountain.
Simply amazing views. ,
What a fantastic spot, we found we had time so went along, there is a toll road to pay for with toilets at the bottom, recommend using as there isn't much at the top. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The drive up is...More
We hiked the Long Trail on the ridge of Mt Mansfield from “The Nose” to “The Chin” on a beautiful sunny day. This only 2.2 mile RT trail took us 2 hours and 15 minutes. Even though a short distance, this hard hike seemed longer...More
This drive was beautiful and thrilling and a bit frightening when having to pull over to allow another vehicle to pass. Ensure your vehicle and the driver are up to the task. We did bring extra coats and glad as we walked and hiked to...More
The Toll Road closed for the season in October. You can hike up, but you cannot drive up. If you do plan on hiking up, plan accordingly. The days are shorter, it is at least 10+ degrees colder up there. Wear layers, good... More
The Toll Road closed for the season in October. You can hike up, but you cannot drive up. If you do plan on hiking up, plan accordingly. The days are shorter, it is at least 10+ degrees colder up there. Wear layers, good footwear, gloves and a hat. You may want snow shoes near the top as we have had some snow fall. Bring food, water, cell phones.