VERMONT: A WINTER GUIDE TO FEELING ALIVE

VERMONT: A WINTER GUIDE TO FEELING ALIVE

My first time in Vermont, it progressively felt more and more like a place I could call home…so good, I just couldn’t seem to leave. I ended up staying an extra ten days hopping around its towns and slopes. While I knew how wonderful the skiing is, I got off the slopes to explore outside the lines. Enjoy my Winter Guide to Feeling Alive in the Green Mountain State.

EXPERIENCES WE LONG TO RETURN TO EXPLORE AGAIN…

BURLINGTON
Brunch at Penny Cluse Cafe
Warm up at the Asiana Noodle Shop
Local brews at Citizen Cider
Pizza at American Flatbread
Farm to Table dinner + stay at Hotel Vermont

STOWE:
Stretch out at the Yoga Barn
More than a menu at Sushi Yoshi 
Caffeinate at Black Cap Coffee
Daytime hike through Kirchner Woods
Sunset hike to Sunset Rock
Stay Ski on Ski off at Stowe Mountain Lodge

SMUGGLERS NOTCH
Ziplining with Arbor Trek Canopy Tours

MT. SNOW:
Go backcountry with Snowmobile Vermont/High Country Vermont
Hot meal and friendly bartenders at The Last Chair Bar + Grill 
Best buns in town at Sticky Fingers Bakery
Rent right on the mountain with TPW Vacation Rentals Mt. Snow

DON’T LEAVE WITHOUT…
-Crossing a covered bridge. Cornish Windsor Covered Bridge is the longest in Vermont
Making many purposeful wrong turns with your camera in hand
-Eating something with maple + bacon

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Special thank you to the following people for showing me an incredible experience…
Mark from High Country Vermont
Arbor Trek
TPW Vacations
Jordan at Stowe Mountain Resort
Deana Rock + Al Levy
Samantha Rudofsky

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