Mount Southington boasts 14 total trails, with 33% beginner, 42% intermediate, and 25% advanced. The longest trail at Mount Southington is Dorm’s Way, which is 7/8 of a mile. There is one alpine park at Mount Southington. The resort includes 100% snow making and 100% night skiing. There are 51 total skiable acres. The lift capacity is 6254 per hour, with a vertical drop of 425 feet. The peak elevation at Mount Southington is 525 feet above sea level, with the base elevation at 100 feet above sea level. Lifts at Mount Southington include 2 triple chairs, 2 double chairs, 1 handle tow, and 2 carpet lifts.
Mount Southington’s terrain parks, The Drop Zone and Turkey Turn Park, are located on the connecting trails Lift Line and Stardust and Turkey Turn. They feature Big Air – rails, boxes, and other fun, exhilarating elements.
Have you never skied before? Are you shaky on your board and want more skills? Ski like a whiz but want to improve? Mount Southington has lessons for all ski levels. There is a dedicated staff of professionally trained and talented instructors who will give you the lessons you need to have you skiing or boarding for some great winter fun. Mount Southington offers a variety of instructional packages for both children and adults. The friendly, professional staff will assist you in picking the package that best suits your needs.
For your winter vacation at the resort, you’ll want to book a room t one of the nearby hotels, including the Residence Inn by Mariot, Comfort Suites, Holiday Inn Express, Days Inn, the Clarion Hotel, and the Coco Key Water Resort. The hotels are located in Southington, Plantsville, Bristol, and Waterbury.