Blueberry Hill Cross Country Skiing

The 11th most popular XC Ski in Vermont.

Near Goshen in the northern Green Mountain National Forest, the Blueberry Hill area has 80 km of cross country skiing trails in challenging, rolling terrain. There are 60 km of groomed track.

Trailhead Directions: At the center of town take a right on Rte. 73 East by the Brandon Inn.

Approximately 5 miles beyond Brandon look for the state information sign for Blueberry Hill on the left. After that sign, turn left onto Town Hill Road also known as Forest Service Road #32. About a half a mile, turn left over the bridge onto Carlisle Hill Road (still Forest Service Road #32). Continue down Carlisle Hill and you will come to a four way intersection - continue going straight and it will turn into Goshen - Ripton Road (still Forest Services Road #32). Go three miles, Blueberry Hill parking will be on the left.

Overall, Blueberry Hill is the 11th most popular cross country ski area of all 29 Nordic ski destinations in Vermont.

Blueberry Hill Cross Country Skiing Map

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Local Contact(s):  GMNF (802) 362-1251 or 767-4362.

Recommended Book:  "Winter Trails Vermont" from Marty Basch

Best Season:  Dec. - Feb.

Average Difficulty:  Easy

Base Camp:  Blueberry Inn (800) 448-0707

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Date Updated:  7/11/2016

ID:  7345

Blueberry Hill Cross Country Skiing Map

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