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Stratton Mountain Ski ResortThis is Stratton’s Vermont; a place of mountain friends and freedom. You can feel the individualism in the air. Sense the rich history, both in the village and in the surrounding mountains. It is this vision of history and community that drives everything at Stratton. For nearly four decades, we’ve provided one of New England’s premier outdoor experiences for summer and winter enthusiasts alike.


Sugarbush Ski ResortStop and take  a deep breath. The tops of 4,000 foot peaks embrace you. Surrounding you.  Everywhere you look. This is the classic Vermont mountain. 4,000 acres, 115 trails connecting six mountain areas, 2,650 ft of vertical.

Suicide Six

Suicide Six Ski MountainSki where it all began _ at the site of America's first ski tow. 50 years later, Suicide Six continues catering to families with a friendly atmosphere, affordable lift tickets, short lift lines, and a manageable trail system. Our "Ski-Free" midweek, non-holiday package is one of Vermont's best ski values. Adventure week packages.

Taftsville Country Store

Vermont's  Historic Taftsville Country Store. An historic 1840 brick store with all the trappings you'd expect to find in a Country Store, while specializing in Vermont-made gourmet foods, syrup,and cheese. The store carries a huge selection of Vermont cheeses, including cheese cut from the wheel. Free mail order  catalogue available. You'll love the friendly, knowledgeable service! Taftsville Country STore, Route 4, Taftsville, VT 05073. Tel:800-854-0013 or 802-457-1135

UVM Morgan Horse Farm

UVM Morgan Horse FarmWorld famous “Home of the Morgan” breeding arm. This beautiful property of rolling green pastures and woodland is a national historic site and an actual working farm for 60+ morgans. Morgans for sale. Apprenticeship program. Guided stable tours, video presentation and Gift Shop daily from May 1 - October 31. Open 9-4. Admission. Under 5 free. Follow the signs from Middlebury (2 1/2 miles to Weybridge). (802) 388-2011.

VT Marble Exhibit

VT Marble ExhibitDiscover the story of one of Vermont’s most enduring natural resources. Learn the history of the marble industry in Vermont. Color film, sculptor at work, historic photographs, marble market. Admission. Gift Shop free. Open daily 9-5:30 mid-May to late October; Proctor, VT 05765. (802) 459-2300.

VT Raptor Center

VT Raptor CenterThe Vermont Raptor Center at the Vermont Institute of National Science is an accessible outdoor exhibit of non-releasable owls, hawks, falcons and eagles. Hiking trails, visitor center, frequent programs and nature shop. Open daily 10-4 May-Oct. Open 6 days Mon-Sat 10-4 Nov-Apr. Church Hill Rd., Woodstock, VT 05091. (802) 457-2779.

The Vermont Teddy Bear Company

Vermont Teddy Bear CompanyDelight in the fun-filled tour where teddy bears come to life before your eyes. Browse for gifts in the Bear Shop or create your own teddy in the “Make A Friend For Life” fun factory. This is a magical place where teddy bears and memories are crafted for a lifetime. Open Daily. Tours $1 for 12 and over. 1/2 mile south of Shelburne Museum on Rte. 7 in Shelburne, VT. For more information (802) 985-3001 ext. 1800.

Wilson Castle

Wilson CastleProctor boats a mid-19th century architectural masterpiece. European & far Eastern furnishings, manicured walkways on 115-acre estate. Guided tours. Open daily, 9am-6pm, late May to late October. Last tour begins at 5:30 pm. Near Rutland off Rte. 4 on the West Proctor Road. Admission charge. (802) 773-3284.

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