Mount Mansfield is Vermont’s highest peak (4,395′) and offers a wide range of skiing terrain for every ability level. It’s well known for the double-black diamond (most difficult) “Front Four” trails, but also offers some of the longest intermediate cruisers in the East, and a lovely group of beginner trails in the Toll House area. Spruce Peak is geared toward beginner and intermediate skiers and riders. Lower Spruce – the area nearest the Spruce Base Area Complex – is a great place to learn, while Upper Spruce is the next step up. Read more.