Seasons on Mount Snow is a trailside condo community nestled between Mount Snow and Carinthia ski areas in the southern section of the Green Mountains, roughly 26 miles from either Bennington or Brattleboro, VT and seven miles north of Wilmington, VT as you drive on Rt. 100.
FROM NEW YORK CITY via HARTFORD: (or, double click here to see our family-tuned directions using Route 2, aka Mohawk Trail, rather than Route 9)
I-95 to New Haven. I-91 north to second exit in Brattleboro, VT. Rt. 9 West to Wilmington. Right on VT Rt. 100 north to West Dover. (Approximately 4 hours)
FROM BOSTON: (or, double click here to, see our family-tuned directions using Route 2, aka Mohawk Trail, rather than Route 9)
Route 2 to I-91 north to second exit in Brattleboro, VT Rt. 9 West to Wilmington. Right on VT Rt. 100 north to West Dover. (Approximately 3 hours)
FROM NEW YORK VIA ALBANY:
New York Thruway (I-87) north to Albany Bypass (Rt. 787) east to NY Rt. 7. NY
Rt. 7 east to VT Rt. 9 through
VT to Wilmington. Left on VT Rt. 100 north to
(Approximately 90 minutes)
FROM MONTREAL & QUEBEC
Rte. 15 south to I-87 (Northway) in New York. Take I-87 south to New York Rte. 7
east (exit 7) to Troy.
Follow NY Rte. 7 >VT Rte.9 east into Vermont toward Bennington, and continue along Rte. 9 to Wilmington. In the center of Wilmington, go left just before the Police Station/Town Office Building taking VT Rte.100 north to West Dover.
REALLY IMPORTANT NOTE FOR DEPARTING THE AREA--
If you are returning to a spot south, east or west of Wilmington at the end of the day, at the end of the weekend, etc., be sure to avoid the Route 100 – Route 9 intersection in the center of Wilmington. You can do this by taking Handle Rd. only to the Mann Road cut-off just after Haystack. Turn right there. When you come to a stop sign, bear slightly to the left rather than following signs bearing right to Route 9, you will arrive just west of the Wilmington Route 100 Route 9 intersection, at a stop sign, and you will not be in a half-mile car jam.