South-Central Vermont in Winter, photo Okemo Mountain Resort
Spring is time for tapping the maples and making syrup
Central Vermont rivers and streams offer fantastic fly fishing all summer
Fall is prime time for mountain biking through the colorful woods
From fly fishing to downhill skiing, you’ll find every form of outdoor adventure in South-Central Vermont—including some activities that you’ve probably ever heard of! In addition, there’s nightlife, great restaurants, and luxury lodgings, all set against a stunning Green Mountain backdrop.
Just 2 ½ hours from Boston, the region is well within daytrip range, but you’ll want to linger longer once you get there, because there’s so much to see and do. Snowmobile the VAST trail system, hike or snowshoe the local mountain and valley trails, paddle the ponds and rivers, or bike on and off-road.
Accommodations range from rustic camp and RV sites to luxury hotel and spas. And you’ll never go hungry thanks to amazing array of dining options available.
Ride through the winter on groomed trails in the heart of rural Vermont.
Experience the thrills of snowmobiling through the winter landscape with Snowmobile Vermont.
Families, beginners, and serious crosscountry skiers will find plenty to love about this venerable Nordic center in south-central Vermont.
Follow easy walking loop trails to the top of Butternut Hill and an abandoned talc mine.