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Celebrate the maple sugaring season with sweet sugar on snow, sugaring demonstrations, and a delicious taste of each grade of maple syrup. Tap a tree, collect sap from buckets, and follow the journey from sap to syrup during our sugarbush tour. Learn about maple syrup produced...

Start the new year on the right foot with a hike in the great outdoors. On January 1, everyone is once again invited to join a free, guided, family-friendly hike taking place at many state parks, state forests, and other public lands across Vermont. Hikes...

This easy 3.5-mile hike on the Lowell Lake Trail circles the lake. Highlights include a Revolutionary War-era cemetery, stands of large white pine trees and scenic views of the lake and wetlands. The trail is located on relatively flat terrain and the hike is easy,...

Start the new year on the right foot with a hike in the great outdoors. On January 1, 2023, everyone is once again invited to join a free, guided, family-friendly hike taking place at many state parks, state forests, and other public lands across Vermont....

Meet at Fairgrounds trailhead parking lot and hike up Midway to the top then down the Cliffhanger trail and return via Merry Go Round and Maple Sugar through the open fields and back to the parking lot.  Bring a headlamp, dress warmly, and depending on...

Albert Einstein once said, “Look deep into nature, and you will understand everything better.” Vermont sunrise and sunset hikes are a perfect way to connect with the outdoors and clear your head. Hiking in the Green Mountains is rewarding no matter what. But catching an orange-reddish sunrise...

Vermont hiking trails are turning out to be popular places this summer. Trail use at many well-known spots is up, and the Long Trail is experiencing an increase in hikers this year. If you’re in Vermont this summer and looking for a less traveled trail, our friends...

Tubing the Battenkill River and hiking trails in Manchester Vermont are ideal ways to enjoy summer in the Green Mountains. It’s been 137 years since Manchester first promoted itself as a summer destination. In 1883, Franklin Orvis, owner of the Equinox House (now Equinox Resort), marketed...