All this Fresh Snow Makes for Good Snowshoeing …
So we’ve put together some information to help get you out there.
For those looking for rental equipment and well marked trails how about trying one of these local ski areas.
Bolton Valley Backcountry and Nordic Sports Center in Bolton
Trapp Family Lodge Outdoor Center in Stowe
Sleepy Hollow Inn Ski & Bike Center in Huntington
Want to try snowshoeing in your own backyard, town or public place, but don’t have equipment– here are a few local stores that rent equipment.
Ski Rack in Burlington
Malletts Bay Bicycle & Ski in Colchester
AJ’s Ski & Sports in Stowe
There are many public places to enjoy snowshoeing, below are a few ideas:
State Parks-VT State Parks stay open for use all year long. Parks are great places to go for snowshoeing, there are no fees during the off-season, but note staff, restrooms and drinking water are also unavailable.
Preston Pond Conservation Area in Bolton
Intervale in Burlington
Winooski Valley Park District (Burl, Colchester, Essex, So Burl, Williston, Jericho) has 22miles of trails
Town’s Website—most all towns have parks and trail information on their website.