Vermont is your key to unlocking the secrets of enjoying winter. Beyond the ski trails you’ll find delight in walking through snow-filled forests or venturing out on the ice whether to skate or fish. The state’s network of snowmobile trails covers thousands of miles weaving through small downtowns and rural landscapes. The reasons to head outside in winter are plentiful here. Don’t forget your jacket.
SKI & RIDE
Whether you shred, carve, or pizza-turn down the slopes, Vermont has an experience for every level of skier and rider. Find the one fits your style on the slopes.
Enjoy Vermont’s snowy wonderland on foot. Find a hidden outlook to take in and don’t forget your camera.
Whether you're fishing on Caspian Lake or hidden pond off the beaten path, ice fishing is a fun way to spend time with friends while enjoying the outdoors.
Experience the magic of Vermont's winter highways. With well-marked trails, easy access to fuel stops, food and accommodations you'll only need to travel off path if you want to.
Camping in the winter offers a sense of calm and a unique way to enjoy the beauty and serenity of the season. See a new side of Vermont's great outdoors.
Our state parks never close, which gives an open invitation to anyone who is looking to walk through our winter wanderland. Experience the views of a lifetime in Vermont.
Cross Country Skiing
Calling all adventure seekers: The Catamount Trail is a cross-country skiing trail that runs the entire length of the state, and that's not the only place offering Cross Country Skiing.
Free Vermont Vacation Guide
Also available online, the Vermont Vacation Guide is filled with insider info to steer your Vermont visit in the right direction.
Sign Up For Our Free eNewsletter
Sign up for our free monthly eNews and get information on events, attractions, travel deals and more.
Vermont Ski & Snowboard Museum
Stowe, Vermont hosts an ideal destination for anyone interested in the history of skiing and riding in Vermont (or, anyone who want's to warm up inside).