We have a house in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, where we get a lot of snow. Last winter we twice had 2 feet of snow built up on the roof before we shoveled it off. This completely covers the roof vent for our bathroom fan, and consequently the moisture condenses and drips when you turn the fan on (and sometimes even when it is off). The fan is a typical corrugated flexible hose with a small hood vent on the roof. We are uncertain what to do about this. Do we build some sort of ugly extension on the roof with pvc or stovepipe (and how do you then attach it to the roof so it doesn't sway in the wind?), or do we vent through the soffit, and somehow try to seal off the soffit for a couple of feet on either side of the vent in order that the moisture doesn't re-enter the attic via the soffit? The gable end is at least 10-12 feet away so I think venting through the wall at the gable end would not be possible. Any advice would be welcome!