The Woodstock Inn Spreads It’s Wings

The Woodstock Inn Spreads It’s Wings

August 11, 2015

Vermont Ski Resorts have begun providing some pretty amazing off-season activities in the last few years. You can now zip-line, ride a roller coaster, go on a alpine slide or navigate an adventure course when visiting the mountains. The Woodstock Inn and Resort has really upped their game by partnering with The New England Falconry to provide guests with a truly unique experience — … Read More

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Town and Country – The Woodstock Inn and Resort

Town and Country – The Woodstock Inn and Resort

July 28, 2015

The Woodstock Inn and Resort has a great in-town location right on the green that makes it the perfect base for families to explore the local area. Take a quick stroll along Main Street to browse through the many shops, boutiques and galleries, or venture a little further to visit some of the area’s attractions like Billings Farm and Museum (admission is free … Read More

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When Ski Kids Grow Up: From Never-evers to Life-timers

When Ski Kids Grow Up: From Never-evers to Life-timers

February 16, 2015

Not too long ago Friday nights in our house were pretty chaotic. For years our kids participated in a weekly ski program. It was always a scramble to find a lost ski mitten, layout long johns, and pack the ski bags. Living in Vermont, we were determined that our kids were going to learn ski because … Read More

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Vermont Ski Deals

January 20, 2015

  Let’s face it, skiing is an expensive sport. I can hear your wallet crying from here. If you are anything like me, you are constantly trying to figure out ways to shell out less cash and still spend lots of time on the slopes. Between the gear, the garb, the lift tickets, the lessons, food and lodging it … Read More

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Summer Fun at the Mountain Top Inn

Summer Fun at the Mountain Top Inn

August 8, 2014

Nestled into a secluded spot in the Green Mountains just a few miles from Killington, you will find the Mountain Top Inn. It is the perfect vacation choice for families seeking rest and relaxation. But with 350 acres of space to play it also offers a myriad of outdoor activities for all ages. Accommodations The original … Read More

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Stay and Play at Jay Peak

Stay and Play at Jay Peak

March 28, 2014

Staying In case you hadn’t noticed, Jay Peak has experienced some growth in the last few years. Actually, a lot of growth. This season they added the Stateside Hotel making it the third new property to open in just the last four years. This affordable option for families is adjacent to the Mountain Kids Adventure Center … Read More

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Learning to Snowboard at Stratton

Learning to Snowboard at Stratton

March 11, 2014

When you grow up in Vermont it is pretty much a given that you will put your kids in a weekend ski program by the time they are in Kindergarten, if not before. Both my kids learned to ski at Bolton Valley in their Ridge Runners Program. Along the way, each of them expressed an interest … Read More

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Staying at Stratton Mountain Resort

Staying at Stratton Mountain Resort

February 16, 2014

If your family is planning a visit to one of Vermont’s largest ski areas, there are a few things you should know before choosing your lodging that will make your trip more enjoyable.  First, Stratton is expansive. It has 97 trails with two separate base lodge areas. There are a lot of on and off … Read More

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The Mountain, The Myth, The Legend: Suicide Six

The Mountain, The Myth, The Legend: Suicide Six

February 7, 2014

Don’t let the name fool you! Suicide Six is one of the most family friendly ski resorts in Vermont. Albeit small – just 23 trails, 2 chairlifts and a J Bar – it boasts 30% beginner and 40% novice slopes.  When Wallace “Bunny” Bertram wanted to move the ski resort from its original location on … Read More

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