By Elizabeth L. Dugger
This event consultant to Vermont covers climbing, cycling, canoeing, tenting, horseback using, diving and snowboarding, in addition to the elemental wishes of visitors akin to the place to stick, eating places, buying, getting round and sightseeing.
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The villages of Newfane and Grafton, to the north, preserve the charm of earlier centuries. The roadsides are lined with farms, comfortable old homes, and plenty of inns and bedand-breakfast lodgings. Southeastern Gateway he Southeastern Gateway to Vermont puts year-round energy into entertainment, with festivals for all seasons, music and art events dotting the calendar, and a wealth of rivers and mountains, excitement and relaxation. Most visitors arrive here on Interstate 91, after driving through the final flattened out rolling hills of Massachusetts, and find an official Welcome Center just beyond the state line.
On Memphremagog or Willoughby, Bomoseen or Fairlee, Morey or Dunmore, there are wide spaces for sailing, motoring and, of course, board sailing, that intensely personal interaction with wind and water. The Appalachian Mountain Club puts out a River Guide (see Information Sources on page 33) to both Vermont and New Hampshire in a single volume, a good notion since the Connecticut River is shared by the two states. Local boating newspapers like Burlington’s Harbor Watch give tips and updates. ). Increasing numbers of paddlewheelers are found on the large lakes and even on the southern reaches of the Connecti- Introduction years, but now the sport is supported by specialty shops, which are rarely more than 15 miles apart.
This is especially important, because even a small hill can get your wheels spinning fast enough to carry you into a tree trunk and cause some real damage, if a stone in the road happens to send you off course. The other common sense reminders also apply: dress for the changes in weather, especially temperature; wear bright colors; carry water with you; and hug the right side of the road. Finally, only the Lake Champlain Islands are going to give you reliably flat cycling. Look to the hills not only for challenges, but for scenic views, for fresh perspectives, and for discoveries about yourself.