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Activities in the Mount Snow Area

Mount Snow is a four season resort area with plenty of things to do.
Take a look below at some of the many activities available.
Visit our local Chamber of Commerce website for additional
information on area activities and upcoming events.

Winter
Skiing/Snowboarding
Snowshoeing/Cross-Country Skiing
Snowmobiling
Tubing
Ice Skating

Family Fun Year Round
Summer/Fall
Golf
Hiking
Boating/Swimming
Mountain Biking
Fishing

Skiing/Riding:
The Mount Snow Valley is best known for its downhill skiing and snowboarding. Mount Snow boasts Carinthia, the only all mountain terrain park which is a short walk from the Inn. Back to Top

Snowshoeing/Cross-country Skiing:
The area has abundant trails that can be accessed for snowshoeing and/or cross-country skiing. Whether you're looking for a guided tour, groomed trails or simply to wander the woods on your own, we've got it all, close by. Back to Top

Snowmobiling:
There is an extensive network of groomed trails that travel for miles and have all the amenities that you may need from restaurants to gas stations and beautiful terrain. Contact VAST for a trail pass or simply choose a guided tour with one of the tour operators. Back to Top

Tubing:
Tubing down a hill can be a load of fun for the kids (and their parents). Mount Snow's tubing hill is just down the road or try the White House for a great day in the snow. Back to Top

Ice Skating:
There's nothing more quintessential than ice skating in winter. Enjoy ice skating with skate rentals or bring your own. Back to Top

Golf:
Our valley is home to 2 championship golf courses and there are an additional 4 courses within an hour. Each golf course offers lessons for the beginner or the expert. Nothing beats enjoying a summer day or the beauty of fall foliage. Back to Top

Hiking:
Surrounded by the Green Mountain National Forest, this area is home to many a hiking trail. Whether you're looking for a relaxing walk through the forest or to summit a peak for the views, we've got it all. Back to Top

Boating/Swimming:
Lake Whitingham is the largest lake within Vermont's borders. 28 miles of untouched coastline are accessed by a number of picnic areas and boat launches.
  • High Country Boat/Waverunner Rentals
  • Mountain Mills Boat Tours
  • Green Mountain Beach at Lake Raponda
  • Somerset Reservoir
  • Lake Whitingham Swimming/Picnic Areas

    Harriman Reservoir is the largest lake within Vermont’s borders with 28 miles of pretty much untouched coastline. It is open to motor boats, yet still safe for kayakers, canoeing, fishing and swimming. Here are a few spots to access Lake Whitingham.

    Fairview Ave – At the light in Downtown Wilmington (corner of Route 100 and Route 9), go south on Main St (becomes Castle Hill Rd). After about a quarter mile take a right onto Fairview Ave. Follow that till the end (as you enter the park it becomes a single lane dirty road) and you’ll be a the boat launch, swimming and picnic area.

    Castle Hill – At the light in Downtown Wilmington (corner of Route 100 and Route 9), go south on Main St (becomes Castle Hill Rd). It will be about 2-3 miles from the light with parking on the right and a steep road down to the water. While small this is not usually as busy as Fairview Ave.

    Medburyville – At the light in Downtown Wilmington (corner of Route 100 and Route 9), go west on Route 9. In 3 miles you will see a bridge on your left, take the bridge and a left after the bridge. Follow the dirt road to the end and you will see parking and picnic tables. Great swimming and picnicking spot with a great hike along an old railroad track along the lake.
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Mountain Biking:
Mount Snow in the summer is renowned for its marked mountain bike trails. Take your bike up the lift to the top of the mountain or enjoy flatter trails less than a mile away. Back to Top

Fishing:
There are many rivers with all kinds of fish as well as Lake Whitingham. The area also offers fly fishing clinics and fishing tours. Don't forget to contact one of the local vendors for your fishing license. Back to Top

Family, Education & Fun:
Whether its bowling, mini golf, horse riding or visiting a working farm, the area is filled with activities for the kids. Back to Top


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270 Handle Rd
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