Vermont Winter Fun
Tired of Doing the Same Old Thing?
A Vermont Winter Vacation can be just what the doctor ordered to cure those “stuck in the house” blues. A VT winter month getaway does not have to include skis, snowmobiling or snow sports at all, although trying out a new activity can be rewarding and surprisingly enjoyable. The Green Mountain State has much to offer for both the snow sport fanatic and the not-so-athletically inclined. Ask us about Vermont Winter Fun Activities or share your Vermont vacation comments. To feature your Vermont business, contact us.
Vermont Winter Fun – Family Activities
- Ice Harvesting: The past brought to life
- Take a Vermont Factory Tour
- See some Covered Bridges covered in snow
- Go Snowboarding where it all began
- Check out a live performance from one of Vermont’s many talented artists
- Visit a Vermont Art Gallery
- Learn to ski or snowboard at a Vermont Ski Resort
- Visit a Winter Carnival or other Winter Event
- Take a Horse Drawn Sleigh Ride
- Try a new winter sport
PetraCliffs Climbing Center and Mountaineering School, 105 Briggs Street, Burlington, VT 05401 | 866-65-PETRA
Located in Burlington, PetraCliffs is a Vermont's premiere indoor rock climbing facility and climbing school. Our gym features 8,500 square feet of climbing walls and bouldering for all abilities. Our programming, guiding, and instructional course focuses on individuals and groups of all ages.
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Above Reality Inc. Hot Air Balloon Rides, 70 Essex Way, Essex, VT 05452 | 802-899-4007
Enjoy spectacular views of the Green Mountains, Lake Champlain, and the Adirondack mountains during a memorable balloon flight with our friendly and skilled staff. We'll whisk you above the ordinary and take you on a magical voyage above the treetops. All flights conclude with a champagne toast and VT cheese and fudge.
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Scott Farm Orchard, 707 Kipling Road, Dummerston, VT 05301 | 802-254-6868
The Scott Farm, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has been in active cultivation since 1791. This 571 acre farm includes over 120 varieties of ecologically grown heirloom apples on 40 acres. Harvest starts in late August and peaks in October. We have a pick-your-own orchard and numerous seasonal events. Check out website for details.
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Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce, 57 Pond St., Ludlow, VT 05149 | 802-228-5830
We serve the Towns of Andover, Cavendish, known for trophy trout fishing; Chester, known for Arts & Antiques; Ludlow, home of Okemo Mountain Resort, Mount Holly famous for Cider Days; Plymouth, home to Pres. Calvin Coolidge State historic site and Weston, home to the original Vermont Country Store.
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