Vermont December 11, 2019
Go On A Scenic Snowshoe Or Ski Adventure At Blueberry Hill In Vermont
While nothing beats heading home after a long day to a cozy fire and something warm to eat, you can’t deny the thrill and adrenaline you get from getting outside and enjoying the weather…come rain or shine!
The Blueberry Hill Outdoor Center runs all four seasons and is located in Goshen, Vermont.
There is no cost to use the trails, but a donation of $10 is suggested to help maintain the trails and fund education.
The outdoor center offers a number of trails for running, biking, hiking, XC skiing & snowshoeing
If you don't have your own gear, you can rent some at Blueberry Hill.
The outdoor center offers 10 trails that range in levels of difficulty.
Their Beginner Loop is perfect for those who are only up for a short adventure, since it's only 3-miles long. If you have a bit more time on your hands and have more experience, try the Halfdan Kuhnle Trail, which is over 9 miles long.
While manicured trails have become the norm, Blueberry Hill keeps it a bit more rugged and authentic with their ungroomed, backcountry trails.
If you want to get off the trail, there are plenty of open woods in the surrounding area to explore.
After a day of outdoor adventure, settle in for a comfortable night's rest at the Blueberry Hill Inn.
The inn offers four cozy rooms complete with their own individual private bathrooms.
For scenic views, a variety of trails, and cozy accommodations, head to the Blueberry Hill Outdoor Center and Inn in Goshen, Vermont.
Winter hours at the Blueberry Hill Outdoor Center are 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. on weekends and holidays and 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. on weekdays throughout the season.
When it comes to cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, where’s your favorite spot to go in Vermont? Feel free to share in the comments.
For other snowy-weather adventures, check out
one of the longest snow tubing runs in Vermont, which can be found at Mount Snow.
Address: 1288 Goshen-Ripton Rd, Goshen, VT 05733, USA