Vermont Inspiration Guide

42 1-800-VERMONT DAY ONE Start your trip shopping downtown then exploring the opportunities for outdoor recreation that Woodstock has to offer. Experience Danforth Pewter Located at the center of Woodstock’s walkable Main Street, shop for signature Danforth Pewter ornaments, jewelry, and gifts for every occasion that are made in Vermont. The Spa at the Woodstock Inn Relax your mind and body and connect with nature through unique seasonal treatments that capture the essence of Vermont and reflect the changing seasons. FOOD & DRINK Soulfully Good Café Located steps from the downtown shops, walk over and enjoy a breakfast or lunch made from local and organic ingredients. Au Comptoir French for “at the bar,” the menu at Au Comptoir offers modern craft cocktails made from seasonal ingredients, organic wines, and a selection of small plates. STAY Woodstock Inn & Resort Set in the heart of Woodstock, this charming inn offers a classic resort experience. Unique décor and elegant touches blend historic details and modern conveniences. PLAY Saskadena Six Ski and ride on 24 trails in the winter at one of oldest ski areas in the country. In the summer, mountain bikers enjoy flowy trails, progressive terrain, and fun features. Union Arena Community Center Open for ice skating seasonally, Union Arena is the only net-zero arena in the state. Check out cultural activities such as theater festivals, art shows, craft fairs, concerts, and more hosted at The Arena. The Woodstock-Quechee region is filled with history and quiet charming towns and villages. Located along the eastern section of the Vermont Route 4 Scenic Byway, take in the history of the villages while exploring the region’s natural wonders, shopping and dining, and a quintessentially Vermont landscape. Use this itinerary to explore the Woodstock-Quechee region, and uncover a place teeming with heritage, beauty, and architecture that is classically New England. PHOTO COURTESY OF: OLIVER PARINI Relax your mind and body and connect with nature. IN WOODSTOCK-QUECHEE REGION