Actor Jonathan Goldsmith first visited Vermont as a teenager. At that time, the Bronx-born adolescent had no idea he would eventually make the Green Mountains his permanent home.
Snowfall, opening days, ski racing! It may not quite feel like it in your neck of the woods yet but winter is here in Vermont. Are you prepared? If not, we got you covered with our quick and easy ski season checklist to get you and your family winterized.
Alicia Taylor and Joanna Alpizar met at a pop-up roller-skating event in Burlington. The two BIPOC women became fast friends and are now on a mission to create a public, welcoming, year-round space for roller-skating in Vermont, specifically in the Burlington area.
Looking for Vermont holiday events in 2023? Small-town parades, stunning light displays and holiday markets are just a few of the ways to celebrate the holiday season in the Green Mountain State. Here are just a few Vermont holiday events that are sure to get you in the holiday spirit.
When my daughter Aria and I visited Smugglers’ Notch Resort in 2023 winter was in full swing. A late snowstorm in March blanketed the mountain and surrounding area with fresh powder. We couldn’t have chosen a better time to explore this iconic resort and try a host of their winter activities from snowboarding to tubing to snowshoeing. It was the perfect time to play at Smuggs.
It’s almost winter and that means resorts are rolling out season pass deadlines and special deals on lift tickets and lodging. If you’re looking to save a few dollars on your winter adventures this season, check out our pre-season round up of Vermont ski deals. Don’t see your favorite resort listed here? Head to their website or give the reservations line a call for the latest and greatest, but don’t wait! These deals never last long.
The highest peak in Vermont, Mount Mansfield is a popular destination for hiking, especially with the amenities of Stowe Mountain Resort at its base. Pair that with the restaurants and activities in the town of Stowe and it makes for a top-notch destination for families year-round.
The temps are dropping fast in Vermont which means winter is just around the corner. But first, Fall. The colors, the apple cider (and cider donuts!), and family-friendly events at mountain resorts across the state. Here are a few we’ve gathered. For an extra special day, pair one with a hike at your favorite resort.
Fall is the best time for easy Vermont hikes, especially with kids. The bright foliage and cooler weather make it an ideal time to climb the Green Mountains and enjoy incredible views.
Vermont apple picking season is here in the Green Mountain State. Orchards around the state are ripe with McIntosh, Honeycrisp, Empire, and heirloom varieties that are ready for pick-your-own Vermont apple picking.
Vermont’s fall foliage season is all about scenic drives, apple picking, hiking and exploring small towns. You can’t go wrong wherever you are in Vermont this time of year.
Looking for fun things to do in Vermont in fall? Here are ideas to help you make the most of Vermont fall foliage season. From scenic fall drives and gorgeous hikes to autumn festivals and outdoor activities, you’ll find plenty of things to do in Vermont’s fall foliage season.
Summer is far from over and there’s still time to enjoy the feeling of grass between your toes and dance to some live music or enjoy a movie under the stars. We’ve pulled together a few family-friendly events at resorts around the state.
On Sunday, when it started drizzling, I must confess I didn’t pay much attention to it. However, on Monday morning, as we were inundated with news about another devastating flood in various communities across Vermont, it felt like a sense of déjà vu that struck too close to home.
Vermont summer music festivals and performances are in every corner of the state. If you’re looking for a new way to experience live music, enjoy a variety of locations to soak up summer music at Vermont farms and vineyards.
On a clear spring day, you can see the top of Jay Peak from Spencer Potter’s backyard in Waitsfield. Just steps away from his house on Palmer Lane are a patio, a pond, a burn pile, and a six-hole golf course named Woodchuck Golf that Potter built 19 years ago.