10 Things to do January in Vermont
If you live in Vermont, you know winter with kids can be l-o-n-g. But snow and cold temps don’t keep us inside. Well, maybe -9 does. But there is plenty to do and fun to be had. These are some suggestions for fun in January so put them on your radar now.
- Lollipop Races – Every Sunday at Cochran’s Ski Area. Win or lose, lollipops for all.
- Nordic Ski Club – Parent run after school program where kids learn and have fun doing it.
- Sledding – Find the best sledding hill in all of Vermont or one that is just right for your family.
- Skirack Swap & Sale – Need some last minute gear? Or have stuff to ditch? This is the last swap of the season.
- Learn to Ski & Ride Month – Never skied before? No Problem! First timers can learn for as little as $49.
- Sleigh Rides – Giddy up! Let’s go.
- Winter Trails Day – Free Nordic skiing and snowshoeing at participating Vermont Resorts.
- Winterfest – Fun filled day of winter activities at Shelburne Farms.
- Ski for $3.50 – Mad River Glen rolls back the clock to 1948 and rolls back lift tickets too.
- Full Moon Snowshoe Hike – Explore the hillsides of Montpelier under the lunar light.
Grab those mittens and your coat and make plans to play today.