Vermont Top Activities

Top Activities

There are so many things to do here. From vigorous outdoor activities to relaxation and luxury. We've put together a list of the "Must Do's" for your visit.

For those who enjoy the outdoors Vermont is the place for you. There are many wonderful ski mountains, hiking trails, and other outdoor activities you and your family can enjoy. Many of the locals do these activities on a daily basis and during your vacation we hope that you do many of them too!

Mount Mansfield

Vermont Activity

As the highest mountain in Vermont, Mount Mansfield is a perfect place to enjoy various hiking trails during the summer and skiing during the winter. The name of the mountain actually derives from the profile view of the landscape. There is a so-called "head" of the "man" that includes an Adam's apple on the north end of the ridge and the forehead to the south. Maybe of the ridges seem to make facial features that make up the head of a man. 

Mt. Mansfield, Underhill, VT, 05489 :: (802) 899-3022
Visit Underhill State Park Website

Stowe Mountain Resort

Vermont Activity

Founded in 1933, Stowe Mountain resort offers all types of terrain for skiier and snowboarders of all ages and skill levels. With 16% of the runs are considered beginner and 55% are considered intermediate, everyone will enjoy their day out on the mountain. They get an annual snowfall on average at the resort summit of about 314 inches and the ski area provides 485 skiable acres through 13 ski lifts that accompany 116 trails throughout the resort. This is the perfect place to enjoy a day out on the slopes with family and friends!

7416 Mountain Road, Stowe, VT, 05672 :: (888) 253-4849
Visit Stowe Mountain Resort Website

Stowe Recreation Path

Vermont Activity

The Stowe Recreation Path is the perfect place to enjoy the ourdoors during both the winter and summer seasons. Throughout the year, visitors and locals are able to ride bikes, take a nice walk, cross-country ski, and enjoy scenic views of the Vermont landscape throughout the entire area that is the Stowe Recreation Path. Dogs are welcome but keep in mind that they must be on leashes of 6 feet or less and you are expected to clean up after your pet! It is the perfect place to spend the day outdoors.

Stowe, VT, 05672 :: (802) 253-3723
Visit Stowe Parks & Recreation Website