2020-2021 Season: Cross-Country Skiing is an outdoor sport and can be practiced at a distance. Our snow grooming team is geared up and looking forward to creating beautifully groomed trails for our BOC Season Pass Holders and Day Pass Visitors. Day Pass Visitors can be Vermonters or others from out of state who meet the Vermont standard of coming from counties having fewer than 400 active COVID-19 cases per million. Vermont updates eligible counties each Tuesday.
Unfortunately, due to safety concerns surrounding COVID -19, our ski hut and rental offerings will not be possible this winter, but our skiing will still be excellent.
We ask that all skiers and snowshoers wear a mask when signing in as well as whenever they are within 6 feet of people not in their party.
33 km of groomed trails as snow and weather conditions warrant
Located at the Brattleboro Country Club (BCC)
73 Senator Gannett Drive
HUT NUMBER: 802.246.7843
(winter use only)
NOTICE: Bikes, dogs, and walkers are not permitted on the Brattleboro Country Club property or our ski trails.
The BOC lease with the BCC only permits skiing and snowshoeing on designated trails. The BCC has asked us not to ski on the fairways and to keep our groomed trails on the “rough” parts of the golf course, with a few approved exceptions. Skiers can take their dogs on BOC groomed trails (Dog Trot) on the field adjacent to the golf course. A new easy access dog-friendly trail to Dog-Trot is now available from the parking lot.
The BOC has not approved biking on any of our groomed trails.
Come join the BOCXC and ski/snowshoe with us.
- Fairway, Field & Forest Loops
- Honor box/sign in for visitors & members
- BOC XC participates in the Ski Vermont Reciprocal Program, which allows BOCXC members to one free trail pass at many Vermont Nordic centers.
- Instructional programming for local schools
- Designated area for dogs: Dog Trot Trail
The BOC Ski Hut and trail head sign-in is at the far end of the upper parking lot. Bella Notte Restaurant (closed for the 2020-2021 winter) is at the opposite end of the parking lot.
Volunteers sustain our club and its century-old tradition of serving the community by drawing its citizens outside to play. Our volunteer trail crews work hard to prep the trails in the fall and groom them all winter to provide the best skiing possible. Our program volunteers share their love of winter and being outside with school children by teaching them to embrace winter in all its conditions and have a blast doing so.
Please volunteer by writing to: firstname.lastname@example.org