Thanks to the Lipfert family, this vast network of privately owned and managed trails allows access for public access and enjoyment. Portions of the trail network are subject to conservation easements through support of the Upper Valley Land Trust and Cornish Conservation Commission. The trails are located on land that formerly constituted the King Elm, Balloch, Haubrich and Dahms Farms. The 1940s King Elm Farm Sugar House has been restored (though the sugaring arch was removed many years ago) and is open to visitors. Remains of the Balloch Farm Sugar House and a chimney associated with a Haubrich Farm cottage can also be seen from the trails.
These trails link to the neighboring Cornish Town Forest Network managed by the Cornish Town Forest Committee with the help of local trail enthusiasts.
Southern Vermont's highest peak at 3,875 feet, Stratton Mountain is known for its fast lifts, the variety of its terrain, and the consistent high quality of its snow. Adding to 97 trails are more than 100 acres of glades and five terrain parks.
Not the largest of Vermont's ski areas, Mount Snow is one of the most popular, largely due to its excellent snowmaking and its location as the closest major ski resort to many of the Northeast's metropolitan areas.
Sugarbush made its name in the 1960s as the home of the "Jet Set"- a term that may have originated here - but its two mountains of trails and 2,000 acres of backcountry kept it in the A-list for serious skiers.
We are excited to welcome you to the Harpoon Brewery Taproom and Beer Garden in Windsor, VT! We have indoor and outdoor space to enjoy our brewery fresh line up of craft beer, cider, and seltzers and delicious food from the kitchen.
We are so proud of our farm kitchen! Even on the longest, hottest, doggest days of Summer you can find our hardworking group of cooks heating up the kitchen with roasted vegetables, fresh breads, cookies & more!
Anyone that has visited Mount Sunapee knows it’s a very special place. Upon arrival, you get the sense that this place might just be an extension of your family. It’s familiar, it’s warm (even in the middle of a cold winter’s day) and it’s a place where everyone in the family has fun.
With the most skiable terrain in Vermont and one of New England's biggest après-ski scenes, Killington appeals to a younger crowd of boarders and skiers. Its 155 trails include more expert terrain than any other mountain, with 60 trails and 16 glades, but intermediate and beginning skiers have a lot to choose from, with 53 and 43 trails respectively.
Okemo's 121 trails across 655 acres are evenly divided for varying abilities, with an added dozen glades for experienced skiers who like tree-studded terrain. The East's longest superpipe and seven of the most innovative terrain parks in the East keep boarders coming back.
Jay's 78 trails and slopes include 24 glades, several of which, Moonwalk Woods, Bushwacker, and Kokomo among them, are designed for novice skiers. In all, 15 trails are for beginners, 30 for intermediate, and 31 for experts. But for many experts, the appeal of Jay is its backcountry skiing.
SILO Distillery uses locally-sourced grains and natural ingredients to distill small batch spirits right here, including award-winning Vodka, Infused Vodkas, Bourbon, Whiskeys and Gins.
Located in the historic downtown of Windsor, VT, Boston Dreams serves the finest Vermont specialty coffee and espresso roasted and delivered same-day to our café. Enjoy comfortable seating and free wi-fi in our Boston-themed sports gallery.
This award-winning, fully professional regional theater company never fails to impress. With six main-stage productions each season, you'll find beloved musicals, anticipated world premieres and timeless classics.
Located a two minute drive from the inn is Simon Pearce, flagship store for the famous glassblower of the same name. Watch elegant glassware come to life in their on-site workshop or dine in their restaurant overlooking the falls.