Some of the region's towns are also of historic significance or, in fact, have some interesting accolades of their own, well preserved much like the antiques you'll find there ....More
An exciting guide to dining, nightlife, live music, health & fitness and much more in Montpelier, the Capitol of Vermont.
AND a great pit stop when travelling to and from the Northeast Kingdom-www.experiencemontpelier.com
Northeastern Vermont, aptly dubbed The Lakes Region of Vermont, has more than a dozen fresh water lakes, some connected by underwater caverns and evolved due to glacial movements over the millennia.
The deepest lake in Vermont is Lake Willoughby,, also a National Natural Landmark and well known for its natural beauty. ....More
Barre, Vermont, the twin city of the state's capitol Montpelier, is awake and alive with restaurants, nightlife, live entertainment, ice skating and caters to local alpine and Nordic ski areas. www.experiencebarre.com
More than 5000 miles of trails extend throughout Vermont, connecting townships with snow- throughout the winter season. Groomed twice a week and generally well marked, VAST Trail passage must be accompanied by a VAST TMA Pass ...More
VAST Snowmobile Club information is also available. Trail Report
Winter bike and Nordic trails are now a haven for winter fat bikes that can traverse snow and ice with engineered designs. Fat bike rentals available at the Wildflower Inn
There are many hiking trails in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. Links to those most commonly travailed, such as those found in the Willoughby State Forest, at Jay Peak and trails managed by the Northwoods Stewardship Center, are available. ...More
However, there is little information on Gore Mountain, Monadnock Mountain and Brosseau Mountain. In the far reaches of the northeast corner of Vermont, these three mountains offer some great backcountry hiking, an abundance of wildlife and geological and historical significance. ...More