Best Snowshoeing in Vermont

This list represents the most popular snowshoeing in Vermont. Use this list to plan your next Vermont snowshoeing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

  • #1 Red Rocks Park

    1 Reviews

    South Burlington, VT

    A short promenade along the shore of Lake Champlain.
    •  1.2 miles
    •  Guide

    A short promenade along the shore of Lake Champlain.

  • #2 Old Railroad Bed / West River Trail

    1 Reviews

    Jamaica, VT

    Though the railroad that once ran alongside the white-capped West River was called “36 miles of trouble,” the flat and scenic section that you access through Jamaica State Park is anything but ...
    •  Day trip
    •  4.6 miles
    •  Guide

    Though the railroad that once ran alongside the white-capped West River was called “36 miles of trouble,” the flat and scenic ...

  • #3 Bromley Mountain Trail

    1 Reviews

    Manchester, VT

    The parking lot doesn’t look promising; You’ll probably see at least a couple of trucks with trailers attached. “Uh, oh!" you’ll think; “Snowmobilers!" And, in fact, this trail intersects with ...
    •  4 hours
    •  5.4 miles
    •  Guide

    The parking lot doesn’t look promising; You’ll probably see at least a couple of trucks with trailers attached. “Uh, oh!" ...

  • #4 Little River State Park Trail

    0 Reviews

    Waterbury, VT

    Even in winter, the siren song of the Ben and Jerry’s ice cream factory tour is tough to resist! That, and the fact that Stowe is just up the road-a road that’s filled with all manner of other ...
    •  4.5 hours
    •  4 miles
    •  Guide

    Even in winter, the siren song of the Ben and Jerry’s ice cream factory tour is tough to resist! That, and the fact that ...

  • #5 Wiessner Woods

    1 Reviews

    Stowe, VT

    The choices of where to ski and snowshoe in Stowe seem endless. For a fee, use the network of interconnected trails among the four touring centers in the valley. If flat is the word of the day, ...
    •  Day trip
    •  2 miles
    •  Guide

    The choices of where to ski and snowshoe in Stowe seem endless. For a fee, use the network of interconnected trails among ...

  • #6 Mountain Top Inn Trail

    1 Reviews

    Proctor, VT

    Bet they don’t get much drive-by traffic here! The last you’ll see of civilization is a Civil War statue and a few lonesome homes. From there, you go up, up, up, to a sprawling inn that once ...
    •  4 hours
    •  6 miles
    •  Guide

    Bet they don’t get much drive-by traffic here! The last you’ll see of civilization is a Civil War statue and a few lonesome ...

  • #7 Amity Pond Natural Area

    1 Reviews

    Woodstock, VT

    A two-hour walk through a peaceful preserve, with overnight shelters for hikers who wish to linger. Traveling to Amity Pond through valleys stocked with black-and-white cattle and maple syrup ...
    •  1.3-1.5 miles
    •  Guide

    A two-hour walk through a peaceful preserve, with overnight shelters for hikers who wish to linger. Traveling to Amity Pond ...

  • #8 Camel's Hump View Trail

    0 Reviews

    Waterbury, VT

    It is not too often the word easy is used in conjunction with Camel’s Hump. Vermont’s hunchback of winter, the 4,063-foot-high peak is one of the state’s most prominent features and is also a ...
    •  Day trip
    •  1 miles
    •  Guide

    It is not too often the word easy is used in conjunction with Camel’s Hump. Vermont’s hunchback of winter, the 4,063-foot-high ...

  • #9 Grout Pond Loop Trail

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    Stratton, VT

    The loop around Grout Pond is like a pizza with your favorite top-pings. Throw in a tiny slice of Vermont’s state-long cross-country trail, add a handful of small rolling dips, toss in views ...
    •  Day trip
    •  4.8 miles
    •  Guide

    The loop around Grout Pond is like a pizza with your favorite top-pings. Throw in a tiny slice of Vermont’s state-long cross-country ...

  • #10 Big Bear Loop

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    Grafton, VT

    Time appears to stand still in the quaint community of Grafton, Vermont. Nestled in southeastern Vermont among farms and forest, the little town of 600 once subsisted on farming and logging. ...
    •  Day trip
    •  4.7 miles
    •  Guide

    Time appears to stand still in the quaint community of Grafton, Vermont. Nestled in southeastern Vermont among farms and ...

  • #11 Edson Hill

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    Stowe, VT

    The adage what goes up must come down was never more true than at the Edson Hill Manor XC Touring Center. The 15 miles of trails have something for every level of skier, but for those wanting ...
    •  Day trip
    •  4 miles
    •  Guide

    The adage what goes up must come down was never more true than at the Edson Hill Manor XC Touring Center. The 15 miles of ...

  • #12 Burnt Mountain

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    Montgomery Center, VT

    This is a short out-and-back hike to a nice view of Hazen’s Notch or a half-day trek to a little-known peak in remote north-central Vermont. NOTICE: A 200-acre area on Burnt Mountain has ...
    •  2-4 miles
    •  Guide

    This is a short out-and-back hike to a nice view of Hazen’s Notch or a half-day trek to a little-known peak in remote north-central ...

  • #13 Mount Philo State Park Trail

    1 Reviews

    North Ferrisburgh, VT

    Who says you need to work hard to enjoy wonderful views? lf you can get over the fact that you don’t have to suffer to earn a reward (and we New England Puritan types have a very hard time with ...
    •  40-60 minutes
    •  1 miles
    •  Guide

    Who says you need to work hard to enjoy wonderful views? lf you can get over the fact that you don’t have to suffer to earn ...

  • #14 Indian Brook Park Loop

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    Essex, VT

    Circling Indian Brook Reservoir is like taking a leisurely stroll. It is not uncommon to meet locals out for a walk with their dogs on a warm winter afternoon. The trail, which goes around the ...
    •  Day trip
    •  2 miles
    •  Guide

    Circling Indian Brook Reservoir is like taking a leisurely stroll. It is not uncommon to meet locals out for a walk with ...

  • #15 Mount Tom, Woodstock

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    Woodstock, VT

    Woodstock is the quintessential Vermont town, postcard-perfect, with handsome homes tucked around a village green, some enchanting inns, and even a covered bridge. You couldn’t ask for more. ...
    •  2.5 hours
    •  2.6 miles
    •  Guide

    Woodstock is the quintessential Vermont town, postcard-perfect, with handsome homes tucked around a village green, some enchanting ...

  • #16 Burnt Mountain Trail

    0 Reviews

    Montgomery Center, VT

    Ready for a workout? You’ll get one on this steep trek up to the summit of 2800-foot Burnt Mountain in northern Vermont, It’s a 4.6-mile up-and-back hike, but you can choose to opt out sooner, ...
    •  5 hours
    •  4.6 miles
    •  Guide

    Ready for a workout? You’ll get one on this steep trek up to the summit of 2800-foot Burnt Mountain in northern Vermont, ...

  • #17 Griffith Lake and Baker Peak Trail

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    South End, VT

    “This is the coolest thing I’ve ever done!" proclaimed our friend Nancy, virgin snowshoe trekker, as she took on the Lake Trail to Baker Peak. Nance was hooked. Indeed, we couldn’t have planned ...
    •  5 hours
    •  8.1 miles
    •  Guide

    “This is the coolest thing I’ve ever done!" proclaimed our friend Nancy, virgin snowshoe trekker, as she took on the Lake ...

  • #18 Maple Loop / Bolton Valley

    0 Reviews

    Bolton Valley, VT

    Bolton Valley is known to free-heelers for a couple of things. First, it’s the starting point for one of Vermont’s premier backcountry point to point skis—the Bolton-Trapp Trail. The 12-mile ...
    •  Day trip
    •  2 miles
    •  Guide

    Bolton Valley is known to free-heelers for a couple of things. First, it’s the starting point for one of Vermont’s premier ...

  • #19 Birch Pond Loop

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    Rupert, VT

    Ski by a wide, open field with views of the hills of New York and stop to watch horses eat some hay. Snowshoe by a handsome farm and watch the cattle eating. Enter into a maple grove and see ...
    •  Day trip
    •  3.5 miles
    •  Guide

    Ski by a wide, open field with views of the hills of New York and stop to watch horses eat some hay. Snowshoe by a handsome ...

  • #20 Robert Frost Interpretive Trail

    0 Reviews

    Bread Loaf, VT

    We discovered this one completely by accident. We’d been hanging out around the charming town of Middlebury, and Middlebury College, where poet Robert Frost—who died in 1963—is still a major ...
    •  1 hour
    •  1.2 miles
    •  Guide

    We discovered this one completely by accident. We’d been hanging out around the charming town of Middlebury, and Middlebury ...