Get Out Together

Vermont's Winters Are Perfect for Playing Outside

Rosy cheeks, snow-covered hair, coats, hats and mittens and a twinkle in the eye are the true signs of a winter day spent playing outside in Vermont. Skate on a Vermont ice rink or hop on a fat bike to brave Vermont's snowy paths or rail trails - Vermont's outdoor activities mean big fun in the winter. Grab the family (and your mittens and hats) and get outside to make new memories together in the swirling Vermont snow – then come on back in for some hot chocolate, coffee, fresh, local Vermont food or time by the fire. As things turn festive and thoughts turn to twinkling lights and the comforts of the holidays, choosing and cutting your family's holiday tree can be a wonderfully authentic experience for all ages.
Snowshoe Mountain Top

Winter Fun at Vermont State Parks

Vermont State Parks are some of the best places to enjoy a host of winter activities, from snowshoeing to ice fishing to sledding. Find parks to enjoy by activity.

Fat Biking During Winter in Vermont

Paths and Rail Trails

Vermont has 18 rail trails in addition to public paths that wend their way through historic downtowns, forests and open spaces, making it easy to stop and shop or dine.


Winter Camping

Camping in the winter offers a sense of calm and a unique way to enjoy the beauty and serenity of the season. See a new side of Vermont's great outdoors.


Cutting your own holiday tree with the family is among the best ways to get the festive feeling started. Vermont's holiday tree farms offer an authentic and exciting experience for all ages.