Travel restrictions to Vermont during Covid-19
Leisure visitors coming to Vermont from any county with fewer than 400 cases of Covid-19 per one million residents are eligible to enter Vermont without being required to quarantine for 14 days after arriving in the state. See color-coded map of Covid frequency from Virginia and Ohio through Maine here. This map is updated every Tuesday. (People coming from counties with more than 400 cases per 1 million residents -- colored red on the map -- must quarantine after entering Vermont. )
The mountains of Vermont are home to dozens of Alpine (downhill skiing and snowboarding) and Nordic (cross-country) ski area. Green Mountain state ski areas have a wide range of personalities, from smaller, family-run, mellow areas to giant resorts with many trails, international visitors, extensive lodgings, and special events. Many resorts offer opportunities for ice skating, snow tubing, snowshoeing, and horse-drawn sleigh rides. Book a room at a mountain resort and stay awhile. For additional information please contact Ski Vermont, the state’s ski marketing group.
Learn to Ski and Ride Deals
Nearly all Vermont ski areas have packages to equip and teach newcomers to the sport – and that includes newcomer adults as well as kids, Green Mountain State slopes are the place to find expert and highly experienced teacher. At least one Vermont ski resort also gives equipment for free to its students.