Welcome to the Northern Vermont Series!


We are dedicated to fun, safe, competitive events for snowboard and ski athletes of all ages!! We hold events all over the northern part of the state of Vermont at resorts and venues who provide us with the terrain to host Slopestyle, Rail Jams, Boardercross/Skiercross, Banked Slalom, Snowboard Giant Slalom, and Snowboard Slalom events.  

Our competitors ages range from 3yrs old to 50+ yrs young, and we welcome several college teams to both our snowboard and ski competitions. Our events allow all to gather points toward invitations for the USASA National Championships held each spring out west. We are proud to be the home of many National and Overall Champions in a variety of disciplines.


Our judging staff and technical supervisors are all highly certified and committed to quality events. We require our coaches to be fully certified through USASA training in order to be on course.

Come join us this season as we continue the super fun, positive vibe known worldwide in the sports of snowboarding and freestyle skiing, and definitely legendary here in NVT!

It does not matter if you are a beginner or an experienced athlete, we have something for all!

Take a moment to view our 2018 Event Schedule.

See you on the hill!!




In every interaction we find an opportunity to pursue respect. 

In every interaction we find an opportunity to pursue excellence. 

In every interaction we find an opportunity to pursue FUN. 


USASA hosts over 500 snowboarding and freeskiing events at 100+ resorts across the country each winter season for all ages. We pride ourselves on hosting fun and fair events that promote athlete development and member education. Each spring, USASA hosts  a National Championships in Copper Mountain, CO where the top snowboarders and freeskiers in the nation come together to crown a National Champion in each age group and discipline. USASA is also the first step in the Olympic pipeline with every athlete named to the 2018 U.S. Olympic Snowboard and Freeski Teams getting their start at USASA.

Learn more at USASA.org