Vermont Vacation Winter Guide

24 Vermont Winter Vacation Guide 2018/2019 FEATURED OUTDOOR EXPERIENCES CRAFTSBURY OUTDOOR CENTER www.craftsbury.com 802‑586‑7767 535 Lost Nation Rd. Craftsbury Common, VT 05827 We offer 105km of meticulously groomed Nordic ski trails, snowshoe and fat bike trail network, rental shop, instruction and ice skat‑ ing. Indoors enjoy our sauna, fitness room, homey common areas, and simple, comfort‑ able lodging. Included meals feature fresh local produce with vegetarian options—we’re a Vermont Fresh Network member. Rates include Wi‑Fi, meals and skiing. $$‑$$$$  R DUNKLEY’S GYMNASTICS CAMP www.dunkleysgymnasticscamp.com 802‑899‑3479 35 Kibbe Farm Rd., South Hero, VT 05486 Family‑style gymnastic camp (50 campers) located directly on Lake Champlain. Water skiing, sailing, kayaking, tubing, crafts, modi‑ fied team sports and true camp activities. $850/one week, $1500/two weeks. KINGDOM TRAILS ASSOCIATION www.kingdomtrails.org 802‑626‑0737 or 802‑626‑6005 466 Rte. 114, East Burke, VT 05832 A 100‑mile non‑motorized recreational trail system unlike any other! Located in East Burke, Vermont. Enjoy the pastoral and wild setting in the rolling hills of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom while mountain biking, hiking, trail running, Nordic skiing, winter fat biking and snowshoeing. NORTHWOODS STEWARDSHIP CENTER www.northwoodscenter.org 802‑723‑6551 154 Leadership Dr., PO Box 220 East Charleston, VT 05833 $$$ R OHANA CAMP ON LAKE FAIRLEE www.ohanacamp.org 802‑333‑3460 341 Quinibeck Rd., Post Mills, VT 05058 Ohana is a family camp offering renewed connections, discovery and relaxation in the 112‑year tradition of The Aloha Foundation’s celebrated summer camps. Our treasured staff and stunning waterfront setting on Lake Fairlee let you reconnect with children, family and friends and explore the Upper Valley’s cultural and historic attractions. Includes three chef‑prepared meals a day and onsite activities. $‑$$$ SKI VERMONT www.skivermont.com 802‑223‑2439 Ski Vermont is a proud ambassador of the thriving winter tourism industry in Vermont, where skiing and snowboarding are the offi‑ cial state sports. Vermont is the #1 ski state in the east and a top destination in the US, but also reigns supreme in snowmaking quality and coverage, variety of terrain and historical impact—making it one of the most significant ski and ride destinations in the world. (See ad p. 23) TRAPP FAMILY LODGE www.trappfamily.com 802‑253‑8511 or 800‑826‑7000 700 Trapp Hill Rd., Stowe, VT 05672 A 2,500‑acre mountain resort in the European tradition by the family that inspired “The Sound of Music.” Austrian decor, spectacular mountain views. European‑style cuisine, New England specialties in four restaurants. Trapp Lager Brewery crafting Austrian Lagers. 100km cross‑country, snowshoe, backcoun‑ try trails. Fitness center, heated indoor pool, climbing wall. Year‑round recreational activi‑ ties. (See ad p. 41) $$‑$$$$ Buy your trail pass online for access to a vast network of over 4,700 miles of groomed statewide snowmobile trails! If you haven’t seen Vermont from the seat of a snowmobile, you haven’t seen Vermont! WWW.VTVAST.ORG F eatured O utdoor E xper i ences Explore the outdoors anytime of the year. Vermont is well known for its abundance of state parks and recreational trail systems that offer activ‑ ities that will entertain for hours. Come on up anytime to experience recreation for the entire family. N O R T H E R N VT C E N T R A L VT S O U T H E R N VT F E A T U R E D O U T D O O R E X P E R I E N C E S O hana F ami ly C amp June - September Relax, reconnect and rejuvenate your family bonds 100 years of camping traditions Lake Fairlee, VT • 802-333-3400 • www.ohanacamp.org VISITVERMONT VISITVT D i scove r More and stay connected year-round! VTTouronetwelft pagead.qxp_Layout 1 7/18/18 7:0

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