Vermont is Very Much Open



There's more than one way to enjoy the snow

Snowshoeing is one of the most accessible ways to enjoy the beauty and peace of a Vermont winter. All you need are snowshoes, a few layers of warm clothing, and perhaps a daypack filled with snacks to enjoy trails with evocative names like Nebraska Notch in Underhill or Big Bear Loop in Grafton. Whether you choose self-guided trails or a guided tour, you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views, fresh air and invigorating exercise. In addition to the Green Mountain Club, which is the resource for the state’s hiking options, snowshoe trails can be found throughout the state, but a few centers and resorts specialize in the sport. 
Snowshoe Mountain Top

Winter Fun at Vermont State Parks

Vermont State Parks are some of the best places to enjoy a host of winter activities, from snowshoeing to ice fishing to sledding. Find parks to enjoy by activity.

Local Motion trail finder.

Find Your Next Hike

TrailFinder's resources will inspire you for your next hike and point you to important information like closures, difficulty level and nearby services.

Friends taking a break from skiing

Winter Camping

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.

scenic mountain top sunset snowshoe


Winter recreation means additional precautions and preparedness may be needed. Learn how to get ready to enjoy Vermont’s outdoors in the snow so you can make the most of your day.

Cross Country Skiing on Prospect Mountain


Vermont’s Nordic skiing offers spectacular views for all skill levels, from groomed trails to backcountry quests. Find resorts and travel planning information here.

Snowboarder within a round sun ray


Vermont is home to unique lodging, world-class recreation, local food, shopping, history and art in beautiful surroundings. Plan your trip with our directory.