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Sledding Hillside Guide to Northern Vermont 

SEVEN DAYS Sledding Hillside Guide

There are plenty of slopes in Vermont, but not all of them are suitable for sledding. So where do you find downhill action for your Mad River Rocket — or your battered inner tube, or cheap plastic sled?

Try some of these popular public sledding hills. We can't guarantee that they're 100 percent safe, but we can tell you that this is where the locals go. Slide and glide at your own risk. Sites are free unless otherwise noted.

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