The largest mountain range to span across the state of Vermont is the Green Mountains. Bordering part of Canada and Massachusetts, this mountain range expands to over 250-miles of land mass. Glampers can hike, climb, or rock climbing among the mountain tops of the Taconics and Northeastern Highlands. During the winter months, skiing and snowboarding are common activities that have glampers flocking to this mountain range. The Long Trail and Appalachian Trail is commonly used for hiking and climbing and can easily accessed by roads. A rustic cabin rental near the Green Mountains will leave glampers satisfied because of the panoramic views of Bread Loaf Mountain, Stratton Mountain, or Glastenbury Mountain. One of the best snow-topped mountains to ski on is Jay Peak because it receives the most snowfall during the winter.