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Burlington Bike Path Burlington, VT 35.3 mi away
#1 of 13 Nature & Parks in Burlington
My wife and I rented excellently tuned Fuji hybrid bikes from Outdoor Gear Exchange downtown and rode 31 miles round trip along the waterfront rail to trail path, taking the Clochester path to the Causeway Path an...
Keep pedaling (total 14 miles) and you'll pass pretty lookout spots and exercise stations, more beaches and a couple bridges, and a short jog through Colchester neighborhoods--ending up on a gorgeous rock causeway...
Dog Mountain Home of Stephen Huneck Gallery Saint Johnsbury, VT 31.8 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Saint Johnsbury
Beautiful trails and lots of nice wilderness to explore....... when you going to the dog chapel such a sense of all the pets and loved ones that were lost....... Great place to visit if you're a dog lover
The gift shop/gallery is full of Huneck's art along with the requisite t-shirts, gift cards, books, prints, etc. to remember your visit and load up on gifts for your dog loving (especially Labrador Retriever lovin...
Stowe Recreation Path Stowe, VT 16.6 mi away
#1 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stowe
... five miles of twists and turns and such varied scenery, with mountain views, babbling brook, bridges, farmland, restaurants and shops, and access to center of town, great for walking, biking, and roller blading
... for miles, crossing bridges, viewing fresh mountain water creeks (wet your feet in the creeks) and eating fresh raspberries picked from the raspberry bush lined pathways and spend lots of mindful time in nature.
Moss Glen Falls Stowe, VT 15.4 mi away
#2 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stowe
Beautiful waterfall and it’s breathtaking in the fall Easy hike and its for all ages - there is a steep climb to get to the top of the falls but the view of the mountains is well worth it
A short hike (I hesitate to say easy because there is a steep hill to the top of the falls) to a beautiful water fall and then great, flat hiking beyond.
Smugglers Notch State Park Stowe, VT 20.5 mi away
#3 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stowe
I cannot find the right words to describe the beauty of Smugglers Notch... Breathtaking nature... Green mountains, tranquil lakes, sparkling waterfalls, mighty Mount Mansfield - everything was stunning on a sunny...
The park serves as a trailhead for several hiking trails that stretch into Mount Mansfield State Forest, including the Sterling Pond trail that rises 900 feet to Sterling Pond, which is open fishing and swimming.
Lake Willoughby East Burke, VT 42.4 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in East Burke
What there is is hiking trails, water falls, lots of mountains for walking/hiking and some wonderful Farm to Table restaurants around the area.
the south end is my favorite!! the lake is narrow at this point, surrounded by mountains and greenery, with a small beach and RV camp, with charming bungalows running down the edge of the lake.
Mount Mansfield Stowe, VT 18.5 mi away
#4 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stowe
Whether you hike, bike or ski, marvel at the fall foliage, ride the gondola or the zipline or just enjoy that majestic view every day like we do, you'll agree it is a piece of paradise.
Be prepared for an extremely challenging, technical hike if you plan on hiking from the Stowe Gondola to the Visitors Center at the summit of the Toll Road.
Stowe Mountain Stowe, VT 15.3 mi away
#5 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stowe
Despite the rain the night before we skied the terrain was excellent and Stowe offers a really great range of terrain for all levels of skiers.
We all ski over, (Rockies, Europe, BC etc.) Stowe is still a great mountain within easy striking distance from NYC, ok it's 5 hours plus by car but that beats the airport hassle and delays.
Mt. Philo State Park Charlotte, VT 31.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Charlotte
This is a nice, rather easy hike up Mt Philo with rewarding views of the Champlain Valley and Adirondack mountains at the summit.
It's a short 20-25 minute hike up (shorter if you're so inclined) that rewards you with a view of the Champlain Valley that is incredible and changes every day.
Sugarbush Resort Warren, VT 17.9 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Warren
Like so many ski trips, the weather and snow conditions can make it or break it, so this trip was perfect since the sun was out, temps were in the 20s and every trail was covered in snow, including natural snow tr...
Friendly staff, amazing snow operations and grooming team, varied terrain and a lift system which works efficiently to minimize waiting without overcrowding the trails.
#6 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stowe
We take our family vacation at our Trapp Family Guest House during the winter season every year to experience the best Nordic skiing and snowshoeing in the world.
The staff are friendly.The outdoor center had lots of cool stuff and maps for hiking, there's a cute gift shop in the lodge also.
Killington Resort Killington, VT 45.9 mi away
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Killington
Activities beyond the ski trails have been added to enhance the offerings for non-skiers and after hours fun: a single person roller coaster winds through the woods (even in winter) and a tubing park on the golf d...
Best in the East more trails than you can ski in a week and they have big terrain parks plenty of parking and the access road is the best apres ski scene in the east
Smugglers' Notch Resort Jeffersonville, VT 25.0 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Jeffersonville
Enjoyable week in a lovely condo Many pools Close to aw some day trips to Stowe, Burlington and more Plenty for families to do Lots of hiking trails and activities Wonderful resort
We enjoyed our stay here and we had a wonderful time sightseeing in Stowe, visiting and sampling at Ben & Jerry's, eating at nice restaurants and driving through the Notch itself which was geologically intriging.
Camel's Hump Montpelier, VT 15.9 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Montpelier
Easy parking, temp was perfect, a little foggy that day but once you break through the views of the Green Mountains is breathtaking Took the Forest City Trail/Burrows Trail loop, about 7hrs (w/pics+food) Dogs l...
There are limited views along this trail but after reaching the Camels Hump Hut Clearing where the trail intersects with the Long Trail and the Monroe trail, it's a short rock scramble along the Long Trail to the...
Stowe Mountain Resort Stowe, VT 19.7 mi away
#7 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stowe
Great skiing, great service — was pleased to see a familiar face — shoutout to Billy in concierge for making my stay another memorable experience.
There's a distinct village vibe over at the beginner mountain that's missing from the other one, but it makes up for it with fabulous, diverse runs and impeccable grooming.
North Beach Park Burlington, VT 36.4 mi away
#3 of 13 Nature & Parks in Burlington
This beach was absolutely breathtaking, as one could view gorgeous Lake Champlain along with the backgrounds of Downtown Burlington, the Green Mountains (VT), and the Adirondack Mountains (NY)!
The bicycle trail goes right through North Beach Park and you can walk, bike, skateboard, or roller blade to other beaches along the trail.
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Dover
The slopes are organized in a way that allows easy access to different parts of the mountain, important for advanced and newbie skiers alike!
They got 2 feet of snow last week, and they do the best job at grooming, and the high temp of 28 made the snow perfect for fast skiing.
Warren Falls Warren, VT 18.4 mi away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Warren
It can get very crowded and there is limited parking, but if you hike a bit farther to the left of the parking area and cross the river, the scenery is beautiful and you can walk next to or in! the river and it is...
Such view of nature will make you forget all the human architecture and you will understand what it means when natural events meets time over thousands of years just so you can admire it in your life time.
Pico Mountain Rutland, VT 43.4 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Rutland
Always a good time skiing Pico, great place for the kids to learn to ski and when they get older you can let them go on their own because all the trails leed to the same spot.
Great Family Ski Area...........not as crowded as Killington...all trails funnel back to one main lodge
ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain Burlington, VT 35.2 mi away
#4 of 13 Nature & Parks in Burlington
Part Science Center and part aquarium, the Echo, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain had aquariums with live newts, frogs, fish, eels, and snakes and information about each animal.
A lot of it was definitely geared toward families and small children but we still enjoyed looking at the fish, reading about the lake, etc. it would be a nice rainy day activity, but during a sunny day the top lev...
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Sterling Falls Gorge Stowe, VT 17.0 mi away
#8 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stowe
It was an easy hike, but at the bottom was a wonderful place to sit and be at one with the sounds of nature.
This was very nice short hike for over 65 in moderate condition with minor leg and knee issues and worth the drive in.
Lake Champlain Vermont 35.3 mi away
#38 of 244 Nature & Parks in Vermont
But the most obvious thing is it’s Natural Beauty!!!! Gorgeous! 10 mile stretch of shore between Westport, NY and Essex, NY is designated “Forever Wild” as part of the Adirondack Park... the most pristine shorelin...
The University vibe drives a cool downtown art scene with great food and a wonderful craft beer culture.
Mad River Glen Waitsfield, VT 14.2 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Waitsfield
Iconic Old School Ski Mountain; Best Tree Skiing in New England
Once you find the lines and then are able to repeat the route to the place that seemed to much for you now you can return and send it with confidence.. that's how you ski Mad River.. ps.
Jay Peak Resort Jay, VT 46.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Jay
The mountain is large and features a great variety of terrain - there is more expert terrain than beginner terrain, but everyone will be able to find a run that fits their style and ability level.
Mother Nature undoubtedly played a hand in Jay Peak being 100% open late March/early April, but give this resort a thumbs up for it's snow making capacity during other parts of the season and the excellent groomer...
Harriman Reservoir Wilmington, VT
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Wilmington
Pristine long lake Perfect for Kayaking, Swimming, Time to Reflect, or have a party
Wide expanses, with a windy dramatic shoreline which snakes for miles and is almost completely undeveloped.
Wiessner Woods Stowe, VT 18.3 mi away
#9 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stowe
Weissner Woods has a wonderful network of forested trails off the Mountain Road in Stowe.
It's just beautiful, takes about an hour to do the full loop--gorgeous forest, root strewn paths, very peaceful.
Robert Frost Wayside Trail Ripton, VT 29.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Ripton
This is an easy 1 mile trek over river, through woods and meadows with Robert Frost poems along the way.
Easy hike through nice wooded area, with poetry interspersed throughout the trail.
Little River State Park Waterbury, VT 13.0 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Waterbury
Large sites, beautiful views, lots of hiking trails, nature programs, boating, kayaking, mountain biking,canoeing etc. Very clean restrooms and showers.
Little River State Park, beyond the Waterbury Dam, is a wonderful, wooded State Park & campground on the gorgeous and peaceful Waterbury Reservoir.
Spruce Peak at Stowe Stowe, VT 21.3 mi away
#10 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stowe
For skiing they are now part of the EPIC pass brand which is greatly appreciated, as we use EPIC in Beaver Creek and Vail in Colorado, and at the awesome Heavenly Ski resort in Lake Tahoe.
... restaurants/bars/cafe establishments, swimming pool, performing arts center, Adventure Center with indoor rock climbing, and outstanding accommodation facilities make Spruce Peak a great all-season resort.
Bolton Valley Resort Bolton Valley, VT 12.5 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Bolton Valley
Simple accommodations offered by the friendliest of staff; mid week you will have the mountain to yourself and the Tavern is the perfect end to your day.
We had a great day on the slopes, starting out with Karl, a friendly and patient instructor, and then spending a few hours on the slopes .