VT Snowshoe Vacations Snowshoe Rentals, Trails & Guide
|Snowshoeing has been prevalent in Vermont’s Green Mountains for over two centuries, and was once relied upon heavily as a means of travel throughout northern New England. Now, snowshoeing is an excellent recreation and an outstanding way for non-skiers to enjoy Vermont’s snowy winters. Vermont has some outstanding snowshoeing destinations and snowshoe tour operators. Follow the links below for more information. Please share your Vermont snowshoeing reviews and comments. To feature your business, contact us.
Vermont Snowshoeing Vacations
Vermont Adventure Tours, 223 Woodstock Ave. Rutland, VT 05701
Interested in exploring Vermont's Winter Wilderness? We offer 1/2 day backcountry snowshoe trips of all ability levels. Snowshoes, poles, and instruction are provided on every trip. 4 hour tours are the norm...but we will customize a trip to any time or distance you want (price reflective of time.) We can take you to beautiful areas, with amazing views only minutes from the vehicle, or hike for miles through remote mountain terrain.
Mountain Top Inn & Resort, Chittenden, VT 05737
Four-season resort on 350 acres, eleven miles from Killington. Breathtaking views, endless adventures for couples and families. Renown Nordic Ski & Snowshoe Center, 60km of trails, elevations to 2100ft. 40km groomed for classic. Trails for all abilities. Lessons and rentals. Lodge rooms, pet friendly cabins. Fine & casual dining.
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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