Monday, November 20, 2017

World Cup Skiing Coming to Vermont!

The snowmakers are all set in nearby town, Killington, for the start of the FIS Women’s Ski World Cup which begins in a few days. "Colder temperatures have allowed snowmaking to proceed in earnest, which is well-timed because the Women’s World Cup opens at Killington in a matter of days. Snowmakers from around the state are offering their assistance and expertise to ensure the course is ready for the high-profile ski event."  While Leave No Trace is already booked for the cup weekend, there are still plenty of exciting things happening this winter (including the Wassail Weekend!) for visitors to come enjoy. Please visit: to see what days are available for your stay.

Vermont is known for its small country roads dotted with covered bridges and quaint country stores. Quiet walks on the numerous back road trails are especially relaxing. Leave No Trace is located on one of these unpaved (yet plowed in the Winter) roads, nestled between an herb and sheep farm on one side and a horse farm on the other. The area is excellent for hiking, biking, horseback riding (near GMHA), 3 ski areas nearby (both alpine and cross-country), sledding, snowmobiling, fishing and hunting. There is also an indoor ice rink in the town of Woodstock nearby.There are so many sights of interest close at hand that you will find yourself planning another trip back to Vermont to see more.

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