VT Snow Sledding & Tubing Hills
Winter Winter Sports – Family Fun – Sledding Hills in Vermont
Snow sledding or snow tubing fun lives in Vermont. Use caution and find some of the best places to go snow sledding in Vermont. When the snow falls it’s time to get outside and play – head for some of our favorite snow tubing hills. Call Smugglers’ Notch or browse our listing of great Vermont sledding hills and enjoy the ride down. Find more winter fun in our Winter Sports section. If you know of a great Vermont hill for sledding – please share the location. Ask us about your Vermont visit or feature your business, contact us.
Vermont Sledding Hills
The hills below are great places to sled in Vermont. Most of the Vermont sledding hills listed are free. Of course, sledding hill conditions vary with the weather. In general, the more snow the better for a day of fun sledding or snow tubing in Vermont.
VT Sledding & Snow Tubing Hills
Smugglers’ Notch Family Resort
4323 Route 108
South Cambridge, VT 05464
Smugglers’ Notch offers a variety of outdoor winter adventures for the entire family. The sledding hills are amazing and the service at this award-winning Vermont resort is first-class.
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The Wildflower Inn
2059 Darling Hill Road
Lyndonville, VT 05851
This family-owned and operated inn is an ideal destination for a day of Sledding in Vermont. The inn is located in the Northeast Kingdom with wonderful lodging and dining available. Winter activities on the property include sledding, snowshoeing, ice skating, cross-country skiing, and sleigh rides.
The Wildflower Inn, Darling Hill Road, Lyndonville, VT 05851
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Underhill Sledding Hill
1 Mountain Road
Sled and park for free at this popular Vermont sledding hill. Find nice sledding at the intersection of Mountain Road (access road for Underhill State Park) and Pleasant Valley Road – look for the big hill on the right. Dog Friendly.
Middlebury Snow Bowl
6886 Route 125
You’ll be a small fee to sled the Snow Bowl but amenities include a rental shop, cafeteria, snack stand, restrooms and state-of-the-art grooming. Closed Christmas Day.
1000 River Road
Essex Junction, VT
A fun hill for sledding. Free.
Hubbard Park Drive
Montpelier, VT 05601
Hubbard Park is a 185 acre park located close to downtown Montpelier. It has a nice sledding hill. There is also a 54 foot observation tower and miles of hiking and skiing trails to explore.
Find this “close to Burlington” sledding hill that also features a skating rink. Nice long hill for sledding fun. Free.
Old Round Church Sledding Hill
25 Round Church Road
A dog-friendly place to sled for free. The hill is just steep enough to have plenty of winter fun. Good for children of all ages with a pretty view of an iconic Vermont church.
Hard’ack Recreation Area
179 Congress St
St. Albans, VT 05478
Hard’ack Recreation area provides recreation to Franklin county residents through skiing, snowboarding, sledding, wilderness trails, and sports fields. There’s a nice, steep hill that has a toe rope and lights for the weekends and holidays. There’s also a smaller hill for the little kids. Free.
Carter Country at Burke Mountain
223 Sherburne Lodge Road
East Burke, VT 05832
Located within the Burke Mountain Ski Area – Carter Country J-Bar Trail offers sledding every Saturday (and holidays) from 5-8 PM. Helmets required (you can rent them there). Admission is free.
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