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Visit Vermont’s family friendly cross-country touring center, with views of Camel’s Hump and the Hunger Mountain range. Professionally designed scenic trails off er a diverse choice of terrain,
through softwood forests, sugar bush and across gently rolling open pastures. Suitable for all skill levels, from first-timers to seasoned experts, who will appreciate the banked turns on our many challenging downhill slopes. Two new Nordic Quest routes are also available. Our warming hut and on-site rental shop share the same building with the Morse Farm Sugar Works gift shop, with most trails traversing our 8th generation maple sugar farm. While you’re here, take a few minutes to tour maple sugaring works, taste our maple creemees, or just enjoy a cup of hot mulled cider or coffee by the wood stove while watching fellow skiers from our glassed-in deck. Call for details about night
skiing at full moon parties, races and other events.
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Well, the snow from last week’s snowstorm disappeared quickly. The base on our trails has now eroded to the point that it is no longer safe to ski on them. We will look ahead at the weather and let you know in the next few days whether this is it for the season of skiing. It is beautiful out there and such a gift to have this late season snowfall. We ask for your patience as we work on getting the trails fully groomed in, and hope you get a chance to come out and be in this winter wonderland. Be sure to stop now and then as you ski and listen to the early spring birdsong. The snowshoe trails have been packed in by one of our staff and make for a fantastic workout wandering through woods and fields in the deep snow