Vermont has unlimited opportunities for snowshoers, whether you want to tag a summit, range along a burbling creek, or cruise one of the region’s exceptional rec paths. One of the least gear-intensive ways to get into nature, snowshoes provide both grip and float in winter conditions, opening up a world of possibilities for winter exploration. Shoe up, and choose from signed snowshoe trails at Vermont’s alpine and nordic ski resorts, exploring the 280-mile Long Trail and its dozens of many feeder trails, or step out for a tour of Burlington’s waterfront. And at the edges of the University of Vermont campus, 65-acre Centennial Woods welcomes snowshoers to explore its mature conifer stands, mixed hardwoods, fields, streams, and wetlands all in downtown Burlington. The historic architecture of Shelburne Farms is especially stunning against the white backdrop of winter, and snowshoe and walking trails abound throughout the stately farm property. Tromp to the top of Camel’s Hump, Vermont's third highest peak. Or claim a more mellow objective, and stride to the top of Mt. Philo for panoramic views of the Adirondacks across Lake Champlain

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