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Bring your cross-country skis to Rhode Island’s many welcoming paths and trails

The rolling hills of Rhode Island, many of them etched with ruins of stone walls that outline bits of ancient farms and fields, are great for cross-country skiing. Moreover, the state has many multipurpose trails – also accommodating walkers, bikers, and horseback riders – that make room for Nordic skiers. In the South County region, tucked-away little nature preserves Like Rome Point in Narragansett, even allow water views for Nordic skiers – something they might not find in the vast mountains to the north. Inland areas like the Carolina Wildlife Management Area, take skiers through and around charming villages and properties that look like they might not have changed since the 1800s.
Cross Country Skiing - The Preserve Club & Residences - Richmond, RI
The Preserve Club and Residences

87 Kingstown Road Richmond, RI, 02898 Phone: 401-539-4653

Happy trails everywhere at this 3,500-acre resort, a heavenly haven for cross-country skiers

Nestled among 3,500 acres of New England fields, hilltops and woodlands, The Preserve Club & Residences is a winter delight for those who enjoy the outdoors in the snowy seasons. Snow-covered fields and are a picturesque playground for cross-country skiers, with expansive grounds dotted by miles of trails. No hurry here: You can go at your own pace while taking in the natural beauty all around you. Need some extra gear? Visit the resort’s Sporting Shoppe. After a day of skiing, relax in your luxury suite, townhouse, cabin or cottage with heavenly bedding, full kitchens, high-speed internet and other amenities from granite and marble bathrooms (some with soaking tubs or steam saunas) to fireplaces, laundry facilities and private patios or balconies.

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