Best Cross-Country Skiing in Vermont

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

Lye Brook Trail is a hiking trail in Stratton, Vermont. It is within Green Mountain National ...
A relaxing half-day family hike to a southern Green Mountain summit overlooking Haystack ...
A short promenade along the shore of Lake Champlain.
Imagine traversing a path built of tons of marble and rock fill, allowing you to bike, ...
The best of Lake Champlain’s waterfront can be experienced on this bikeway. There are ...
A lightly wooded trail through cornfields and meadows of wild-flowers. Surface: Original ...
Bolton Valley is known to free-heelers for a couple of things. First, it’s the starting ...
The Montpelier and Wells River Rail-Trail offers panoramic views of the Vermont mountains ...
Stowe Resort covers two mountains, Mt. Mansfield and Spruce Peak. Geographically, Mansfield ...
You’ll need a sense of adventure to get the most from this trail, which is not yet fully ...
The poet Robert Frost drank in inspiration from the woods, rivers, and mountains of Vermont ...
The Beebe Spur Rail-Trail opened in 1999. It parallels Lake Memphremagog and takes its ...
Skiers and snowshoers looking for a 10-mile network of challenging trails in southern ...
A short but superb trail nestled in the remote, lake-filled region of northwestern Vermont—just ...
The loop around Grout Pond is like a pizza with your favorite top-pings. Throw in a tiny ...
Time appears to stand still in the quaint community of Grafton, Vermont. Nestled in southeastern ...
Though the railroad that once ran alongside the white-capped West River was called “36 ...
Though only about a half hour’s drive from places like the state capital of Montpelier ...
Ski by a wide, open field with views of the hills of New York and stop to watch horses ...
Circling Indian Brook Reservoir is like taking a leisurely stroll. It is not uncommon ...
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