XC in Vermont
CROSS COUNTRY SKI TRAILS
Submitted by: Gordie Peters / 2013
The following PDF files list places to go cross-country skiing within a 2-1/2 hour drive of Albany. Web links are embedded in this table for places to ski, downloadable trail maps and Google maps that pinpoint the location of these places. Links are highlighted in blue and underlined. Be patient, some trail maps take awhile to load. For location maps, click on the colored map icon to use Google’s “Driving Directions” feature to get distance and directions.
If you haven’t already visited an area with un-groomed trails, it’s a good idea to ski with someone who is familiar with the area.
Any questions...,please contact Gordie Peters.
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