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Morse Farm

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

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Montpelier, VT
Tel: 802-223-0560
Email: ski@morsefarm.com

Center's Facilities

Rentals: Yes
Lessons: Yes
Snow Shoeing: Yes
Backcountry Access: Yes
Grooming: Yes

Current Conditions

Updated: 10:12:22 - Friday Feb 16, 2018
New Snow (past 24 hours): (none)
Average Base Depth: 6 - 10
Kilometrage Open 23.5 km
Trail Fees $14.00 adult $7.00 children
KM Open: 23
KM Track Set: 18
KM Skate: 23
Surface: Wet Frozen Granular


Warmer waxes this morning; trails will firm up this afternoon - Spring conditions will prevail until midday when the temperature will begin to fall steadily through the afternoon.