Learn about the Adventure Zone.

at Okemo's Jackson Gore Village

Check out all of the fun activities the Adventure Zone at Jackson Gore offers, including the Mountain Coaster, bungee trampoline, zipline tours and much, much more!

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Hops in the Hills Beer and Wine Festival

Our 6th Annual Hops in the Hills is August 1-3, 2014!

Now a 3-day event, enjoy great beer, wine, arts & crafts show, live music and much more!

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Lodging Specials

Great deals!

Check out some of the great lodging offers available this summer!

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Okemo Mountain Resort

Okemo

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Interactive Trail Map
Our interactive map (opens in a new window) displays detailed information on trails, lodging, culinary and many more mountain services. Spend a few minutes and look around! download the okemo trail map to your GPSYou can also download the Okemo Trail map for your Garmin® or Magellan® GPS.

Static Trail Map
You can also view our static trail map  (opens in a new window).

Printable Trail Map
Get the Okemo Trail map in a printable version (.pdf version).

Google Map
A fun version of the Okemo trail network compliments of google!

Skiing to and from the Jackson Gore Base
Learn the best way to ski back and forth between our two base areas.

Your Responsibility Code
Know the code. It's your responsibility to ski and ride safely at Okemo.

Uphill Travel Policy
Okemo Mountain Resort and the Vermont Department of Forest and Parks encourage the use of public lands. Our goal is to do so while maintaining our commitment to safety and the guest experience here at Okemo. Learn more.

Okemo's Off-Trail Policy

Wooded areas between designated trails within the ski area boundary are not patrolled and have no skier/snowboarder services. If you ski/ride in wooded areas that are not designated trails, you are solely responsible for yourself. You must enter from and exit onto designated trails that are open to the public for skiing/riding. Failure to do so will result in the loss of your skiing/riding privileges. Wooded areas are recommended for expert skiers/riders, in groups of three or more. Do not ski/ride alone. Unmarked obstacles exist throughout.