6th Annual Bolton Tours & Après Ski

March 10, 2019 @ 12:00PM — 6:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Join us for an afternoon of adventure and celebration on Bolton's conserved land. Explore the trails with the organizations that worked to conserve this property. The Vermont Land Trust, Catamount Trail Association, Friends of Bolton Valley Nordic & Backcountry, and Green Mountain Club will lead you on snowshoe and ski tours across this unique place.

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Bolton Tours & Après Ski

There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.


PLEASE NOTE: A Bolton trail pass will be given to participants as part of the $20 fee.

SKI & SNOWSHOE TOURS: Check tour descriptions below for your start time. Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled tour to register, purchase your trail pass, get your gear in order and meet your group. All tours will return to the Nordic Center around 3 pm for après ski celebrations.

Tour 1: Backcountry Beginners - a two-hour guided tour of the beginner Bolton backcountry trails. All levels. Departing at 1 PM.

Tour 2: Backcountry Intermediates - a two-hour backcountry tour to some easier Bolton glades and lesser-used trails. Departing at 1 PM.

Tour 3: Backcountry Advanced - Participants should be advanced skiers comfortable with making off trail tele turns. This trip will be close to three hours. Please arrive by noon and be ready to head out by 12:30 pm.

Tour 4: Snowshoe Tour - Course will include flats, straight up hills, slight inclines, knee bending downhills, and ungroomed trails. Exact route to be determined based on participant skills and input. Departing at 1:30 PM.


Join us back at the Nordic Center for appetizers prepared with local ingredients by the chefs at Bon Temps Gourmet and listen to the musical talents of bluegrass band Two Cents in the Till.

The event is co-sponsored with Bolton Valley, Catamount Trail Association, Green Mountain Club, Friends of Bolton Valley Nordic & Backcountry, and Vermont Land Trust.

Questions? Contact Shelly Weeks at shelly@vlt.org / (802) 262-1201.