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  • 8 Cozy Inns Perfect for a Vermont Winter Getaway
    8 Cozy Inns Perfect for a Vermont Winter Getaway

    Vermont winter getaways are all about curling up by the fire with a good book or glass of red wine after a day outdoors. Whether you plan to ski, snowshoe, or shop in Vermont, a stay at a local inn can make your trip all the more...

  • Gaining an Edge at Stratton Mountain’s Women on Snow Ski Program
    Gaining an Edge at Stratton Mountain’s Women on Snow Ski Program

    Photo courtesy of Stratton Mountain. I started skiing back in the 1970s when I was a preschooler. For a long time, skiing was my favorite sport and winter my favorite season. Nearly every weekend between December and March, I would explore trails in the woods on...

  • A Winter Trek Through the Notch in Stowe
    A Winter Trek Through the Notch in Stowe

    Route 108 through Smugglers’ Notch is known as one of the most scenic drives in Vermont, at least between May and October. But when the snow flies, a three-mile section of this scenic, winding road is closed to traffic. That’s not to say that Route 108...

  • Adventures In Ski School at Bolton Valley
    Adventures In Ski School at Bolton Valley

    I’m looking forward to being a regular contributor this winter for Ski Vermont’s All Mountain Mamas blog. My first post of the season is about following Phoebe's adventures in ski school at Bolton Valley. I hope you’ll follow my adventure with Phoebe! My daughter Phoebe is...

  • The Art of Teaching Kids to Ski
    The Art of Teaching Kids to Ski

    This winter I was a guest contributor for Ski Vermont’s All Mountain Mamas blog. My final post in a three-part series includes a Q&A with Olympian Barbara Cochran about keeping kids interested in skiing. It's not as easy as you think! In the end, my 3-year-old...

  • Winter Fat Biking on Lake Champlain
    Winter Fat Biking on Lake Champlain

    It's not every day you go biking in ski pants on a frozen lake in Vermont. But last week, that's exactly what I did. After seeing dozens of Instagram and Facebook photos of friends and acquaintances walking, skating, and ice fishing on Lake Champlain, I decided...

  • Farm to Ski at Strafford Nordic Center
    Farm to Ski at Strafford Nordic Center

    Friendship and farmland are at the heart of the Strafford Nordic Center. The 700-acre cross-country ski area is located on two adjoining Upper Valley farms and operated by three lifelong friends – Jeremiah Linehan, Rett Emerson, and Earl Ransom. The base lodge, trail head, and scenic trails...

  • Learning to Ski with Olympian Barbara Ann Cochran
    Learning to Ski with Olympian Barbara Ann Cochran

    I'm very excited to be a guest contributor to Ski Vermont's All Mountain Mamas blog. My second post in the series is about learning patience and perseverance from Olympian Barbara Cochran at Cochran's Ski Area in Richmond. I hope you'll follow my adventure as I...

  • Vermont Winter Yurts At Maple Wind Farm Offer Backcountry Access
    Vermont Winter Yurts At Maple Wind Farm Offer Backcountry Access

    The winter yurts at Maple Wind Farm attract people from all walks of life. Over the past 16 years, the yurts have served as a weekend getaway for outdoor enthusiasts, families with young children, and groups of friends. The 140-acre farm, located at the end of...

  • Learning to Teach My Daughter to Ski at Cochran's
    Learning to Teach My Daughter to Ski at Cochran's

    I'm very excited to be a guest contributor to Ski Vermont's All Mountain Mamas blog. My first post is about gearing up to start teaching Phoebe how to ski at Cochran's Ski Area in Richmond. I hope you'll follow my adventure with Phoebe this winter! Our...