Snowshoeing Trails in Vermont
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Snowshoeing Trails in Vermont

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Vermont has 99 snowshoeing trails. These trails range from 0.8 to 10.6 miles in length. The most popular trails are Sterling Pond, Bluff Mountain and Bromley Mountain Trail. Trails.com member Christopher W. recently completed The Dome.
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A peaceful hike through woods rich with wildflowers leads to the highest point on Vermont’s ...
This island hike passes through woods and fields teeming with wildflowers and along rocky ...
Who says you need to work hard to enjoy wonderful views? lf you can get over the fact ...
Follow the Long Trail along a rolling ridge to west-facing ledges with views of Lake Champlain ...
Hike through a mature forest—rare in the Champlain lowlands—to panoramic views of Lake ...
Trek beneath a dramatic cliff band to breathtaking views of the Champlain valley and surrounding ...
A short, somewhat steep hike leads to panoramic cliff-top views of the braided channels ...
Wheeler Mountain is one of Vermont’s quickest hikes to panoramic views of the Northeast ...
A two-hour walk through a peaceful preserve, with overnight shelters for hikers who wish ...
A short promenade along the shore of Lake Champlain.
The choices of where to ski and snowshoe in Stowe seem endless. For a fee, use the network ...
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 ...
Bet they don’t get much drive-by traffic here! The last you’ll see of civilization is ...
This bare summit provides a fun rock scramble and panoramic views along one of the most ...
Hike a section of the celebrated Monroe Skyline to find rare arctic plants and 360-degree ...
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 ...
Tall waterfalls, exceptional views from a rocky promontory, and a wide array of activities ...
This loop hike follows cliffs through a parklike forest with rare species and overlooks ...
This short hike to a rocky promontory gives close-up views of the Coolidge Range towering ...
A short climb leads to a fire tower with expansive views of the Upper Valley, a region ...
Traverse rich hardwoods full of wildflowers, open birch glades, and a boreal ridgeline ...
Gentle switchbacks up the southeast side of Mount Tom make a leisurely outing for the ...
Cascades and ledges provide scenic rest spots along this hike to the top of southeastern ...
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