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With the first significant snowfall of 2020 finally upon us, it’s time to break out the winter gear and embrace the season in all its glory. Whether you’re visiting for the weekend, planning a trip during your kids’ February vacation, or looking to break out...

Looking for Vermont holiday events in 2019? Small-town tractor parades, stunning light displays, and snowy sleigh rides are just a few of the ways to celebrate the holiday season in the Green Mountain State. Here are seven Vermont holiday festivities that are sure to bring joy to...

All it takes is flour, butter, salt, and water to make a pie crust. But it takes a community to make a difference. Pies for People, now in its eleventh year, is a community-building initiative that brings together volunteers, gleaned local produce, and the spirit of giving. More...

Julia Brandis finds inspiration in nature and light. The result is an array of golden hues, soothing blues, and deep purples that will brighten even the dreariest of days. Brandis creates stained glass lamps, fire screens, and window panels in her new Westminster studio, which will...

Scenic drives are a favorite pastime in Vermont, and exploring Vermont mountain roads is perfect option if you're looking for seeing gorgeous views from higher elevations. 4 Best Vermont Mountain Roads Throughout the year, many roads offer not only gorgeous views but also access to forests, hiking...

 Leaf-peeping season is in full swing in Vermont. If you’re looking for things to do during these beautiful autumn days, here are a few ideas. Take a Hike Vermont is 75 percent forested, which means there are thousands upon thousands of acres to explore. You can do...

Hiking in Vermont town forests is an ideal way to enjoy the outdoors during fall foliage season. After all, fall hiking in Vermont goes behind climbing 4,000-foot peaks. Vermont towns have a long and proud tradition of owning and managing forests for public benefit. The tradition of...

-Kingdom Trails mountain biking features more than 100 miles of singletrack on private land. John Worth started selling mountain bikes at East Burke Sports to earn extra cash in the summer. There was just one problem—there was nowhere to ride. Worth, who opened East Burke Sports in 1988...