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Vermont Winter Sports
Manchester Vermont Area Attractions Inn at Ormsby Hill B&B

Winter brings Manchester, Vermont Downhill Skiing - Snowboarding, Cross Country Skiing, Telemarking, Snow Shoeing, Snowmobiling. We are anticipating a great winter season to enjoy all these activities.

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DOWNHILL SKIING

Bromley Mountain

3894 Vermont Route 11
Peru, VT
802.824.5522

Hardly more than ten minutes from the Inn at Ormsby Hill, Bromley Mountain boasts some of the best family programs in the east.

Stratton Mountain

5 Village Lodge
Stratton Mountain, VT
800.787.2886

Twenty-five minutes away, provides varied terrain for all skill levels. Stratton Village offers a variety of slope-side shopping and dining possibilities.

Okemo Mountain

77 Okemo Ridge Road
Ludlow, VT
800.786.5366

Skiing, Snowshoeing, Snow Tubing, Snowcat Excursions, Ice House

Summer Mountain Biking, Golf, Indoor Golf Facilities, Adventure Zone, Segway Personal Transport, Scenic Train Rides

Killington Mountain

4763 Killington Road
Killington, VT
800.787.2886

Killington Resort's six peaks and 4,241' elevation offer 3,000' of vertical drop, exceptional views and ample opportunities for outdoor adventure with the longest on-snow season in the East. 

CROSS COUNTRY SKIING, TELEMARK & SNOWSHOEING

Viking Nordic Centre

615 Little Pond Road
Londonderry, VT
802.824.3933

Beautiful and interesting trails wind through old woods, past classic Vermont scenery, around a busy beaver pond, and along side the West River. Our terrain is mixed from easy, short wooded loops that keep skiers out of the wind and near the ski center to longer treks out to picnic tables placed at scenic vistas. We meticulously groom 35 km of ski trails for both classic and skate ski techniques and have 4 km of dedicated snowshoe trails. Snowshoes are allowed on most of our ski trails and if conditions are right, fat bikes too.

Hildene

1005 Hildene Road
Manchester, VT
800.578.1788

In the winter months, the Pavilion adjacent to the Welcome Center houses a rental shop. Our approximately 12 miles of walking trails on the estate become ski trails with varying levels of difficulty. We offer ski and snowshoe rentals for children and adults.

Our ski season typically runs from mid-December to mid-March 9:30 am to 4:30 pm, weather permitting.

Parking is in the main lot adjacent to the Welcome Center. For your safety and so we can be aware that people are on the trails, everyone, including members, must sign in at the Welcome Center.

Merck Forest and Farm Center

3270 Route 315
Rupert, VT
802.394.7836

Merck Forest and Farmland Center is composed of 3,162 acres and includes a 3,100 acre managed forest with over thirty miles of trails for cross-country skiing and showshoeing.

MFFC is open to the public year round, 7 days a week from dawn to dusk. There is no admission fee. MFFC is community-supported through donations, membership fees, cabin rentals and MFFC product sales.

SNOWMOBILING

Snowmobile Vermont

A Vermont guide for snowmobile tours and snowmobile rentals in Killington, Okemo, Stowe, and Mount Snow Vermont. Experience the excitement and adventure of snowmobiling with Vermont's oldest, largest, and most experienced snowmobile tour. We offer a range of riding that is suited for everyone from the beginner to the most advanced rider. We supply you with the newest high-tech Polaris snowmobiles, helmets, and boots. Our tours run every day, just choose Killington, Okemo, Stowe, or Mount Snow. info@snowmobilevermont.com

Killington Snowmobile Tours: 802.422.2121
Okemo Snowmobile Tours: 802.422.2121
Stowe Snowmobile Tours: 802.253.6221
Mount Snow Snowmobile Tours: 802.464.7100
ATV Vermont: 802.422.2121

Vermont Outdoor Guide Association

Vermont Outdoor Guide Association Snowmobiling site is the place to go for numerous possibilities

Snowmobiling tours and vacations are growing in popularity in Vermont. A 5,000-mile magical highway appears in Vermont each winter for snowmobilers. It crosses public and private land and makes some of this world’s most spectacular vistas of nature accessible to snow travelers.

Maps mark trail heads, snowmobile bridges, fuel, food, and lodging stops. With a little planning, a full statewide tour awaits. Nature and the pleasure of your family and friends riding in tandem provide the fun, while towns and villages along the way supply additional amenities.

WINTER EQUIPMENT RENTAL AND SALES

Equipe Sport

8749 VT Route 30
Rawsonville, VT
802.297.2847

Skiing, riding, cross country skiing, telemarking, snowshoeing, kayaking or hiking, we make it our business to know where to go, what to bring, and how to get there.

Purchase, demo, rent and enjoy the latest in outdoor equipment. 

They sell bike gear for mountain biking as well

Vermont Gear

286 Waits River Road
Bradford, VT
800.222.9316

Family owned and operated since 1983. We are located in a mill, not a mall, with over 18 acres of land to explore. The store has grown but our philosophy has never changed. We do our best to bring you the products that have been asked for and with the best of quality and service. With this idea in mind the store has over 4 million dollars in inventory of footwear, clothing, gear, sporting goods, and house ware items—all quality name brands you know and love. If you don't see what you are looking for in our online store. Call us—we are happy to take phone orders, and we frequently offer unadvertised in-store specials!

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