In order for a ski trip to be luxurious, it needs to be convenient, comfortable,
carefree. Okemo Mountain Resort knows that. From the moment you park in the underground parking,
hand your skis to the valet to be placed in ski check, and take the elevator to
your suite lodging in the Jackson Gore Inn with a kitchen, living room,
fireplace and deck… you’re in good hands.
You can walk to Okemo’s high speed quad for first tracks in the morning, and
slide off your ski boots and into a sumptuous leather couch by the fire for
après ski in the Coleman Brook Lobby Bar. The outdoor heated pool and hot tubs
bubble away your ski fatigue or you can go glide some more on the Ice House ice
skating rink. The kids can go for rides on The Timber Ripper Mountain
Coaster, play in the game room and grab a pizza and s'mores by the fire, or join
in Kids Night Out, while you settle into a
dinner in the Wine Spectator Coleman Brook Tavern.
The 177-suite hotel has something for everyone, and is
ideal for skiers since its poised at the base of Okemo’s 121 trails and 20 lift
network. Jackson Gore even has its own daycare and spa services, plus the Spring
House indoor pool facility. The Mueller
family operate Okemo (along with Sunapee in
New Hampshire and Crested Butte Colorado) and continue to enhance the Ludlow Vermont resort, adding
amusements like a Mountain Coaster called the Timber Ripper for thrill seekers
to enjoy all four seasons.
What we like best about Okemo though is they remember
what matters most…the mountain, the snow and smiling faces.