Sugarbush is a terrific natural skiing mountain, often getting more than 350 inches of natural snowfall each year. With six mountains and 4,000 total acres - 508 of them skiable - there's plenty to do and see. Five high-speed quads and an array of smaller lifts serve the area. The 23,000 square-foot day lodge features cathedral ceilings, a food court, and the Castlerock Pub complete with an outdoor patio and barbeque area. Timbers, a post-and-beam restaurant attached to the Clay Brook residences, offers upscale cuisine and is open to the public in all four seasons.ActivitiesSnowboarding: Snowboarding is allowed, including five terrain parks, a halfpipe, and a junior quarter pipe.Cross Country Profile: One hundred kilometers of cross-country and touring trails nearby.Lodging2,250 beds at the slope with 7,000 beds in 60 nearby motels, hotels, and condominiums. Overnight camper facilities available with no hook-ups and other campgrounds are found within 20 miles. Local taxis and free shuttle service available.Winter RecreationBackcountry, cross-country and touring, sledding, Icelandic horseback rides, snowshoeing, indoor tennis, movies, sleigh rides, snowmobiling, and swimming nearby. Ice skating, snowboarding, tubing, racquetball, squash, whirlpool, sauna, exercise room, climbing wall, and NASTAR all available.