Thank you for your interest in Vermont. Southern Vermont offers something for everyone. Winters in Vermont are all about our natural surroundings and of course having a lot of fun! Vermont winters are custom-made for discovering both yourself and the amazing world around you. You will be surrounded by Southern Vermont's beauty. The Mount Snow Valley in Vermont has so much to offer. The Mount Snow Valley offers exceptional dining to skiing, boarding, tubing snowshoeing,cross country skiing, ice skating and snowmobiling. Southern Vermont is only a short drive from many major cities and airports: New York is a 4 hour drive, Boston is 2 and a half hours, and Albany is only an hour and a half.
When people think of Vermont, they may think about small, historic villages with white clapboard buildings surrounded by scenic rural landscape of snow covered mountain tops along the Southern Green Mountains. Even the most active outdoor enthusiast can have a challenging time deciding which Vermont sport to enjoy on a snowy winter day. We can help you plan your trip from where to stay and what activities suit your lifestyle. Please go to www.visitvermont.com or join our events email list here.
Now, Imagine tree lined winter highways covered in fresh fallen snow, winding its way through the snow covered mountains and valleys. Snowmobiling is a winter activity that appeals to all members of the family. Vermont has over 5,000 miles of trails in the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers' (VAST) trail systems. The trails are well marked for fuel stops, food, and accommodations. The trails are perfect for the local riders out for an afternoon drive, or for the more serious traveler heading to an overnight destination in the State of Vermont. You'll find the best-groomed trails the snow allows. The Vermont Association of Snow Travelers (VAST), together with local clubs, maintains Vermont's trail network with over 120 groomers to assure smooth riding. Be sure to check the local clubs web pages for updated trail conditions and local trail fees. For those of you who do not own a sled, but would like to experience the unforgettable Vermont scenery, be sure to take a one hour guided tour a the Hermitage Inn.
The downhill skiers and riders can experience Mount Snow Resort four Mount Snow offers a variety of terrain including a two-mile-long novice trail from the summit, 100-yard-wide intermediate trails and the expert NorthFace that includes Ripcord, Mount Snow's steepest trail and one of the steepest in New England. 104 trails totaling 48 miles are spread out over 598.3 acres, serviced by 19 lifts. The resort also includes 5 terrain parks, a tubing park and a superpipe and offers snowmobile tours. mountain areas: Main Mountain, North Face, Carinthia and Sunbrook.
Looking for the perfect wedding and/or honeymoon destination? Vermont's classic churches, accessible mountain tops and charming B&B's and inns make stunning backdrops that will enhance every photograph and create the perfect setting for lasting memories.
In just about every town across Vermont, you'll find a storybook country inn complete with a crackling fire in winter.