Snowshoeing Trails in Vermont
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Snowshoeing Trails in Vermont

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Vermont has 79 snowshoeing trails. These trails range from 0.8 to 8.5 miles in length. The most popular trails are Mount Mansfield Trail, Bluff Mountain and Haystack Mountain. Trails.com member Chad B. recently completed Sterling Pond.
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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 ...
Outlooks atop Mount Pisgah’s cliffs, which drop precipitously into scenic Lake Willoughby, ...
This boreal forest hike to the summit of Vermont’s northernmost ski area features sweeping ...
A historical fire tower on this big peak gives 360-degree views across all of southern ...
A gentle valley hike leads to a fun loop trail around a beautiful pond with lots of swimming ...
Rattlesnake Cliffs Trail is a hiking trail in Addison County, Vermont. It is within Moosalamoo ...
Just the fact that Mount Mansfield is the tallest peak in Vermont makes it a magnet for ...
Hike through a blueberry-covered forest to an unusual rocky woodland community on Black ...
Fields atop this long ridge attract wildlife and provide western views across Bennington ...
A short, somewhat steep hike leads to panoramic cliff-top views of the braided channels ...
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 ...
This bare summit provides a fun rock scramble and panoramic views along one of the most ...
This scenic hike leads around a high-mountain lake perched above the steep cliffs of Smugglers’ ...
Who says you need to work hard to enjoy wonderful views? lf you can get over the fact ...
Trek beneath a dramatic cliff band to breathtaking views of the Champlain valley and surrounding ...
Tall hemlocks and bubbly brooks characterize this leisurely loop walk to a bench with ...
A two-hour walk through a peaceful preserve, with overnight shelters for hikers who wish ...
A short promenade along the shore of Lake Champlain.
A drive-up summit with a network of trails to an observation tower and secondary peak. ...
This nice loop hike will take you to a few pleasant outlooks, the edge of a beautiful ...
This short but challenging loop hike offers some fun steep rock scrambling, a walk along ...
Though the railroad that once ran alongside the white-capped West River was called “36 ...
The parking lot doesn’t look promising; You’ll probably see at least a couple of trucks ...
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