Cross-Country Skiing Trails in Vermont
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Cross-Country Skiing Trails in Vermont

46
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1 - 27 mi
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Vermont has 46 cross-country skiing trails. These trails range from 1 to 27 miles in length. The most popular trails are Montpelier and Wells River Rail-Trail, Burlington Waterfront Bikeway and Delaware and Hudson Rail-Trail (South). Trails.com member Nonya B. recently completed Wheeler Pond and Gnome Stairs.
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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 ...
This island hike passes through woods and fields teeming with wildflowers and along rocky ...
A peaceful hike through woods rich with wildflowers leads to the highest point on Vermont’s ...
Trek beneath a dramatic cliff band to breathtaking views of the Champlain valley and surrounding ...
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 ...
A short promenade along the shore of Lake Champlain.
Skiers and snowshoers looking for a 10-mile network of challenging trails in southern ...
Bolton Valley is known to free-heelers for a couple of things. First, it’s the starting ...
You’ll need a sense of adventure to get the most from this trail, which is not yet fully ...
An easy ramble around Wheeler Pond leads to a series of magical little waterfalls tumbling ...
Hike along an inlet of Maidstone Lake where loons—until recently an endangered species ...
Tall hemlocks and bubbly brooks characterize this leisurely loop walk to a bench with ...
Explore the deep forests, open fields, and steep ravines surrounding a stone lookout tower ...
Birds swoop, call, and float around as you pass through fields, woods, and wetlands on ...
Walk through open farm fields and shady woods as you circle the quiet waters of this mile-long ...
This hike along Lake Champlain passes through a rare cedar/pine forest and offers plenty ...
Wander through “pillows and cradles,” ancient oaks, and tall pines in this mature valley ...
The Beebe Spur Rail-Trail opened in 1999. It parallels Lake Memphremagog and takes its ...
A short but superb trail nestled in the remote, lake-filled region of northwestern Vermont—just ...
Spectacular views of pastoral Vermont and a vernal pool are highlights of this gentle ...
Interpretive panels help you imagine the fort that once stood on this hill as you wander ...
This winding path through woods and berry fields is adorned with poems inspired by these ...
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