Ascutney Mountain Nordic Center

The 19th most popular cross country ski area in Vermont.

South of Lebanon near Brownsville, the Ascutney Mountain Nordic Center has 30 km of cross-country ski trails. There are 8 separate ski loops for beginners and advanced skiers.

To reach Ascutney Mountain Resort from the South on I-91 (Brattleboro/Western MA/CT/NYC):

Take Exit 8 and bear right at the end of the exit ramp. Follow Route 131 for 3/10 of a mile to intersection with US Rte. 5. At the light, turn left onto Rte. 5 for 1.2 miles. Turn left onto Rte. 44A and follow for 2.8 miles. Bear left on Rte. 44 and follow for 2 miles to Ascutney Mountain Resort on left, just before the village of Brownsville. The Ascutney Mountain Resort is located at 449 Ski Tow Road in Brownsville. The Ascutney Mountain Nordic Center is located west of the Hotel on Mountainside Drive. Cross-country skis, snowshoe rentals and trail maps are available at Cunninghams Ski Barn.

Overall, Ascutney Mountain Nordic Center is the 19th most popular cross country ski area of all 29 Nordic ski destinations in Vermont.

Ascutney Mountain Nordic Center Cross Country Skiing Map

FULL SCREEN

MORE INFORMATION

Local Contact(s):  Ascutney Mountain Resort (802) 484-7711; Vermont Tourism 1-800-VERMONT.

Recommended Book:  "Winter Trails Vermont" from Marty Basch

Best Season:  Dec. - Mar.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Mill Brook B&B, Brownsville (802) 484-7283

Luxury Loding:  Kedron Valley Inn, South Woodstock (800) 836-1193

Breakfast Restaurant:  Windsor Station Restaurant, Windsor (802) 674-2052

Date Published:  

Date Updated:  7/4/2016

ID:  10872

Ascutney Mountain Nordic Center Cross Country Skiing Map

 ACCESS FULL TRAIL GUIDES

Our one-step registration gives you instant, unlimited access to all of our printable trail guides for ALL sports in ALL regions worldwide.

For cross country skiing the Ascutney Mountain Nordic Center in Vermont, our printable trail guides offers trail descriptions, maps, lodging suggestions, driving directions, levels of difficulty and points-of-contact.

SIGN-IN REGISTER