UVM ATHLETIC INFO
Find out all you need to know and more about UVM athletic related topics! Get game schedules, scores, news, athlete resources, and more.
BORED Sports Club/Event Info
Find out what sport related events are coming up, check out our athletic clubs, get facility hours, and even check out what tickets are on sale through the BORED site!
The Outing Club
Founded in 1932, the University of Vermont Outing Club provides affordable wilderness trips, instruction, leadership training and certification opportunities for students as well as a comprehensive array of affordable rental equipment to the UVM community. The site provides you with all 'OC' information, including trip schedules, events, members, and more.
The Campus Recreation department at the University of Vermont provides university members with an opportunity to enhance their overall physical and mental wellness through various supervised and/or self-directed programs and activities. Check out what facilities are availible (and to whom), as well as facility hours and programs established by the department.
Facility Hours and Schedules
A large number of athletic facilities are available to the UVM community - but figuring out when you can use them is a work out in itself! Luckily we've got a list of schedules and hours for all of them!
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Located in the heart of Vermont's Green Mountains, Smugglers Notch features mountainside lodging, three big mountains with 1,000 acres of terrain, award-winning children's programs, and fun throughout the entire year.
Killington Mountain Resort
Located in central Vermont, Killington Mt stretches across seven mountain areas and features access to 200 trails and 33 lifts with a single lift ticket. Killington features the highest lift-served skiing and riding in Vermont from the 4,241-foot summit of Killington Peak. During the off-season the mountain still boasts much to do - with alpine and water slides and mountain biking and hiking trails.
As part of the Killington Mountain resort - the Pico mountain boasts many of the same features as Killington. The mountain is a ski and snow board destination during the winter - and a attracts visitors with a variety of summer activities in the off season.
Stowe Mountain Resort
With Vermont's highest peak Stowe Mt Resort offers a wide range of skiing terrain for every ability level. It's well-known for double-black diamonds, but also offers some of the longest intermediate trails in the East. The resort has an entire mountain which is geared toward beginner and intermediate skiers and riders. The mountain also features night skiing. While Stowe is well-known as the winter sports capital of the East, there are also a lot of great things to do here in the summer, as well - such riding the alpine slide, hiking, taking a scenic road trip, riding the gondolas, and more!
With two huge mountains, 4,000 acres of terrain, one sweeping valley, and the best new base village in the East. You can tell how special a place Sugarbush is! With six mountains total and 111 trails spanning 508 ski-able acres, you'll never be bored with a visit to the resort. In the summer Sugar Bush offers a variety of activities such as golf, lift-served mountain biking, a Zip Line, and more.
Bolton Valley Resort
At Bolton Valley the recreational opportunities are as numerous as the views are spectacular. Whether your interest is skiing or snowboarding, telemark or Nordic, backcountry or night skiing, Bolton Valley has it all in abundance. After your legs have had enough, relax in the Sports Center's Jacuzzi, heated pool or warm up in the sauna. Need more activity? Join a basketball game, play tennis, or work out on exercise equipment. There seems to be no limit on ways to stay active.
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LOCAL ATHLETIC INFO
Learn more about Vermont's pro-basketball team, where they're playing next, who they are, and how they came to be through their official site!
Join the Lake Monsters for a good-ol' old fashioned game of baseball (and catch a sight of our elusive lake monster champ!). Find out where Vermont's official baseball team is playing next, find out where your favorite Lake Monster players are now, buy official merchandise, and much more!
Catamount Outdoor Family Center
With over 20 miles of trails for mountain biking, trail running and walking. we also offer great weekly events, camps for kids and adults, races, rentals. In the winter the center boasts 35 kilometers of groomed cross country ski trails and many more snowshoe trails, an outdoor skating facility, a sledding hill, rentals, lessons, events and more - ensuring you have something to do anytime of the year.
WCAX - Vermont Sports News
Local News station WCAX (CBS - Channel 3)'s Vermont-related
WPTZ - Sports Headlines
Local News station WPTZ (NBC - Channel 5)'s sports headlines section.
Burlington Area Hiking Trails
Lists a variety of area hiking trails, as well as their length and visitor ratings of their quality.
Petra Cliffs Climbing Center
Since we opened our doors in 2000, Petra Cliffs Climbing Center has been the unofficial, albeit undisputed, headquarters for the Champlain region's climbing community. We boast an extensive indoor facility designed to appeal to climbers of every level.
Champlain Valley Bikeways (Bike Path routes)
Lake Champlain Bikeways is a 1,300+ mile network of bicycle routes that travel through the Lake Champlain Valley of Vermont, New York, and Quebec. The network includes a total of 35 loops and tours ranging from 10 to 60 miles in length, in addition to the Champlain Bikeway, a 363-mile principal route around the entire Lake and along the Richelieu River to Chambly, Quebec.
Vermont State Parks
Like to camp? Want to go for a hike? Vermont state parks are the perfect place for outdoor fun! Their website is a resource for information on all of their parks located around the state - including pricing, location, and even if they allow pets!
Burlington Parks and Recreation
The mission of the Burlington Parks and Recreation Department is to enhance quality of life of all the citizens of Burlington and for the visitors to our community by maintaining a system of parks which offers a broad spectrum of built facilities and open spaces and provide high quality and affordable recreation programs. The Enjoy Burlington website lists many outdoor things to do, and details where visitors can find swimming, biking, hiking, camping, and other recreational activities.
Winnoski Valley Park District
The Winooski Valley Park District provides residents in the Chittenden area with large natural areas for outdoor recreation and education. Use this resource to find out where you can have a picnic, go fishing, do some boating, and other such outdoor activities.
Champlain Kayak Club
The Champlain Kayak Club was founded in 1992 and has grown to over 200 members. Whether you're taking to the water for the first time, or have years of sea kayaking experience the Champlain Kayak Club is open to all who wish to join. The club sponsors weekly Wednesday night paddles, weekend trips and multi-day treks to destinations ranging from our home Lake Champlain to the coast of Maine.It places a strong emphasis on paddling safety, with regular clinics on topics ranging from basic strokes to assisted and self rescue techniques.
Local Motion is a Greater Burlington non-profit organization whose mission is to promote bicycling, walking, running, inline skating and the facilities that make sure travel safe, easy and fun. The organization seeks to improve personal health and the local economy by developing regional trails, promoting walkable communities, and fostering active lifestyles.
Vermont has an endless amount of establishments from which to ski and snowboard, sorting through them all and choosing which one is best for you can be quite daunting! Luckily, Ski Vermont acts as a valuable resource to all in this situation. The site offers slope reports, lodging information, and even separates Vermont's numerous resorts based on the activities they provide.
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