Vermont Snowshoe Trails & Vacation Lodging
Snowshoeing has been prevalent in Vermont’s Green Mountains for over two centuries and was once relied upon as a means of travel during winter. Now, snowshoeing is a fun winter sport, and an outstanding way for non-skiers to enjoy Vermont’s snowy winters. Vermont has outstanding snowshoeing destinations and snowshoe tour operators. Follow the links below for more information. Ask us about VT Snowshoe vacations, share snowshoeing comments. To feature your VT business, contact us.
Vermont Snowshoeing Vacations
Smugglers’ Notch Vermont, America’s Family Resort, 4323 VT Rt.108, Jeffersonville, VT | 802-332-6854
SMUGGLERS' NOTCH RESORT. At America's Family Resort, experience Mountain Resort Village living, award-winning children's programs, family activities, 3 big mountains of skiing and snowboarding, plus entertainment, dining, shopping, year-round Zipline Canopy Tours & more. Family Fun Guaranteed. Smuggs offers four season Vermont family vacation experiences unlike any other!
Visit Smugglers' Notch Resort - Jeffersonville, VT
The Wildflower Inn, 2059 Darling Hill Road, Lyndonville, VT 05851 | 802-626-8310
Trailside Lodging in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Your next great adventure awaits at The Wildflower. A four-season destination property for the best in outdoor recreation and Vermont experiences. With our 25-room Inn, full-service restaurant, pub, Village Sport bike shop (with rentals) and KCE guide company right on the property, you will have everything you need to make the most of your Vermont visit.
Visit The Wildflower Inn - Lyndonville, VT
With the invention of the snowmobile, snowshoeing became less common, being looked upon more as an activity one would do only out of sheer necessity. That is, until the concept of snowshoeing changed, making it a ‘sport’ rather than a means of transportation. Snowshoeing races are now an annual event in Killington and other Vermont vacation resorts. A leisurely walk through the woods on a pair of snowshoes can be an exhilarating experience, and something the entire family can enjoy.
Enjoyed by visitors of all ages, Vermont snowshoeing venues are as varied as the terrain they traverse. From easy to moderate treks over meadows and mountains, to Burlington’s 300-mile Catamount Trail, Vermont offers snowshoeing terrain for all ages and skill levels.
Many of Vermont’s mountains have easily accessible peaks affording panoramic views of snow-covered New England countryside – even as far as Canada’s distant mountains.
Before you head into the woods to snowshoe, visit Snowshoeing Tips.
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