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 Resort and Spa

1 Preserve Boulevard Richmond, RI, 02898 Phone: 855-593-8473

A skiing and snowshoeing delight: Reserve boasts a network of picturesque trails

At The Preserve Sporting Club and Residences, winter is one more season to enjoy the amazing outdoors. Tucked among 3,500 pristine acres, this unparalleled luxury resort boasts miles and miles of trails that are perfect for those who can’t wait to get out their cross-country skis or snowshoes. Navigate the trails at your leisure, going at your own pace, marveling at the resort’s natural beauty. If you need to round out your winter gear, stop by the Sporting Shoppe, where the latest in top-flight equipment is available. After a day on the trails, you might want to book a relaxing massage at the resort’s OH! Spa, or just hunker down by the fireplace in your cabin, townhouse, luxury suite or cottage.
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