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  • Where to Go and Things to Do in the Green Mountain National Forest
    Where to Go and Things to Do in the Green Mountain National Forest

    It’s hard to imagine Vermont without the Green Mountain National Forest. Exploring sections of the forest’s 400,000-acres is a must for anyone who loves the outdoors. If you’re interested in finding things to do in the Green Mountain National Forest, options include hiking, paddling, fishing,...

  • 8 Vermont Fall Outdoor Activities You’ll Love in 2021
    8 Vermont Fall Outdoor Activities You’ll Love in 2021

    Want to make the most of the upcoming foliage season? Vermont fall outdoor activities are an ideal way to soak up the beauty of autumn. Whether you want a big adventure in the mountains or a low-key day at an apple orchard, Vermont has plenty...

  • 11 Things to Look Forward to in Vermont this Summer
    11 Things to Look Forward to in Vermont this Summer

    Summer in Vermont is astonishingly beautiful and way too short. It’s easy to pack in as much as possible when the weather is sunny and warm, but where do you start? Here are some of the best things to do in Vermont in summer. Celebrate Summer...

  • 4 Northeast Kingdom Outdoor Activities to Enjoy this Summer
    4 Northeast Kingdom Outdoor Activities to Enjoy this Summer

    When it comes to Northeast Kingdom outdoor activities, Vermont's most rural region has everything you could ask for. It’s easy to spend your days in this remote corner of Vermont biking, paddling, fishing, or hiking. This area of Vermont is home to more than 37,500...

  • Where to Swim in Vermont, Kayak or Fish: 9 Lakes, Ponds and Waterfalls
    Where to Swim in Vermont, Kayak or Fish: 9 Lakes, Ponds and Waterfalls

    Now that summer is in full swing, it’s a good time to map out places for where to swim in Vermont. Here are nine lakes, swimming holes, and ponds worth visiting this summer for swimming, kayaking, and more. (By no means is this a complete...

  • Vermont Perfection at Lowell Lake State Park in Londonderry
    Vermont Perfection at Lowell Lake State Park in Londonderry

    In all the years I've spent in Vermont, I had never heard of Lowell Lake State Park in Londonderry. For our 11th wedding anniversary, Dave, Phoebe and I made our annual weekend trip to the Inn at Weston.  Innkeepers Bob and Linda Aldrich, a wonderful couple...

  • 5 Lakes in Vermont You Need to Visit
    5 Lakes in Vermont You Need to Visit

    Looking for lakes in Vermont to swim, kayak, boat, or even scuba dive in this summer? Vermont may be New England's only land-locked state, but you'll still find plenty of water in the Green Mountains. Here are five lakes in Vermont worth visiting: Lake Bomoseen Lake Bomoseen, the...

  • A Journey in the Path of Life Garden
    A Journey in the Path of Life Garden

    The Path of Life Garden in Windsor is unlike any other place I've seen in Vermont. The garden, created in 1997 by Norwich therapist Terry McDonnell,  focuses on the circle of life and the decisions we make.  The 14-acre meadow, set along the Connecticut River,...

  • Bristol Pond in Autumn
    Bristol Pond in Autumn

    Bristol Pond is one of those perfect places to spend a sunny, fall afternoon. The pond, also known as Winona Lake, is a beautiful spot for canoeing, kayaking and fishing. The Hogback Mountains sit along the eastern border of Bristol Pond, making the area especially scenic....

  • Curtis Pond in Calais
    Curtis Pond in Calais

    Several years ago I came across Curtis Pond while driving aimlessly along the back roads of central Vermont. The pond, located in the tiny town of Calais, includes a public swimming area and access for kayaks and canoes. This week I stopped by the pond to...