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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.
Location and Contact Information
The trails remain too thin and bare in spots to groom the existing base. Snowfall is forecast for Friday afternoon, so please check after 8:30 on Saturday morning to see if we will have another bonus weekend of skiing on at least part of the trail system. The timing of snow, temperature and a chance of rain showers will be the determining factors in whether we are able to open trails for skiing.