Visiting Vermont this week

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Lubega6
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Visiting Vermont this week

Post by Lubega6 » Tue May 03, 2022 9:39 pm

Hey there fellas,

As a proud Québecois, I will be visiting Vermont this week, camping for 4 days with my S.O. So far, we plan spend some time in Stowe area, Burlington and Champlain Isles (can't go much further south since we're short on time). That being said, we were wondering if any Vermont resident or ex-Vermont traveller had cool places to see / nice things to do that would be off the beaten path? This forum has its fair share of VT residents so I thought I would ask.

Thanks a lot :)

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Re: Visiting Vermont this week

Post by lowangle al » Wed May 04, 2022 7:09 am

I was just up in Vt. last weekend as part of a paddling road trip. We didn't ski, but Killington was open on and plans to open next weekend. Other than that, we stayed in Middlebury at the south end of the lake and had some great Mexican food at a place that served smoked pork belly tacos.

I don't know about Vt. but in NY the state parks are closed until the 18th but you can camp there for free. You can get a lakefront spot and have the place to yourself. Have fun.



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