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Cross Country Skiing & Snowboarding in Northern Vermont

Intervale Center Nordic Trails - Burlington, VT
Intervale Center Nordic Trails

180 Intervale Road Burlington, VT, 05401 Phone:

This Burlington organization supports farming and food distribution on a human scale, but its extensive lands also offer lots of room for outdoor recreation, including cross-country skiing on groomed trail in the snow seasons. Recreational trails wind along the Winooski River. Three miles of cross-country ski trails are groomed for classic and skate skiers. Open to the public year-round, daily.
Parking: Visitors to the Intervale Center may park at two public parking lots off of Intervale Road, or in the lot across the street from Gardener’s Supply, at 128 Intervale Road.
Morse Farm Ski Center

1168 County Road Montpelier, VT, 05601 Phone: Toll-Free: 800-242-2740

15 miles of cross country (Nordic) classic and skate skiing trails; 2.5 miles of back country snowshoeing trails

Vermont’s newest XC ski area just 3 miles from downtown Montpelier has 15 miles of XC trails and 2.5 miles of backcountry snowshoe trails traveling through woods, maple sugar groves, and open pastures. All trails offer suitable enjoyment for all skill levels. Family friendly.
Catamount Outdoor Family Center

592 Governor Chittenden Road Williston, VT, 05495 Phone: 802-879-6001

Cross-country and snowshoeing trails; equipment rentals; snowshoe tours

Thirty-five miles of trails travel through a family farm dating back six generations to Vermont’s first governor. Equipment rentals. Moonlight snowshoe tours with separate tour groups for various ability levels are offered in January February and March.
Smugglers' Notch Nordic Ski & Snowshoe Adventure Center - Smugglers' Notch, VT
Smugglers’ Notch Nordic Ski & Snowshoe Adventure Center

4323 VT Route 108 South Smugglers' Notch, VT, 05464 Phone: 802-644-1173

30 km of cross-country trails and 24 km of snowshoe terrain; ice skating

30 kilometers of cross-country trails offer fun and challenge for for novices to expert; another 24 kilometers are reserved only for snowshoeing. Group and private lessons may be done by skiers of all levels. Join a tour for extra adventure. Rental for skiing and snowshoeing and also for ice skating. Access to Nordic trails is free with a lift ticket for Smugglers’ Notch downhill skiing. Base lodge has a cozy lodge and woodstove. Daily trail fees, $8-$14 depending on age; lessons are $45 to $60; rentals are $5 to $19.
Trust for Public Land - Protecting Vermont's cherished trails one step at a time
Bolton Valley Nordic and Backcountry Skiing

4302 Bolton Valley Access Road Bolton Valley, VT, 05477 Phone: 802-434-6876

100 kilometers of cross-country ski trails; including groomed and back country; rentals; lessons

The Nordic Center offers guided tours, lessons, and rental equipment. The 100-kilometer Nordic trail system includes 26 kilometers to groomed trails and backcountry trails for skiing and snowshoeing
Full-day and half-day tickets are $6 to $17
Hazen's Notch Association

1423 Hazen’s Notch Road Montgomery Center, VT, 05471 Phone: 802-326-4799

70 km of trails for Nordic skiing in tracks and for snowshoeing; forest and meadow settings

In a town noted for covered bridges Hazen’s Notch has 70 km of groomed and marked trails passing through mixed maple, birch and evergreen forest and across gentle, open meadows. Thirty trails for all abilities provide loops of different lengths for classical cross-country skiing and or snowshoeing.