Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding Trails in Vermont
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Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding Trails in Vermont

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1 - 9 mi
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Vermont has 13 backcountry skiing & snowboarding trails. These trails range from 1.7 to 9.8 miles in length. The most popular trail is The Long Trail–Monroe Skyline. Trails.com member Henry S. recently completed Teardrop Trail.
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A variety of gentle ski tours through the historic and beautiful Merck Forest, with the ...
The Bruce Trail is a hiking trail in Lamoille County, Vermont. It is 2.2 miles long and ...
The Teardrop Trail is a hiking trail in Lamoille County and Chittenden County, Vermont. ...
Monroe Trail is a hiking trail in Chittenden County and Washington County, Vermont. It ...
The ski tour up and over Bald Mountain features fun downhill skiing and a summit fi re ...
A breathtakingly scenic ski tour on Mount Hor offers moderate skiing and excellent views ...
A thrilling, steep descent of a classic 1930s-era down-mountain ski trail that lies in ...
This high-elevation ridge trail with spectacular views of Mount Mansfield and the surrounding ...
A descent of the steep, trailless east face of Big Jay is a beautiful and remarkable backcountry ...
A beautiful and exciting ski tour from the Bolton Valley Nordic Center that crosses the ...
This is a high-elevation ski tour from the top of the Bolton Valley Ski Area down to the ...
This ski tour along the spectacular Monroe Skyline section of the Long Trail traverses ...
This is a beautiful, rolling tour with intermittent views of the snowy spine of the Green ...
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