Designed by the likes of Jack Nicklaus and Robert Trent Jones, with fairway layouts that range from lakeside and mountain locations to sweeping valley vistas, Vermont’s courses offer some of the finest settings and most exhilarating challenges in the country.
In terms of scenery, the courses at Stratton, Haystack, and Mt. Snow, or the Mt. Anthony course in Bennington, top the list.
If you’re looking for a challenge, Mt. Snow and Haystack, and Stratton’s 27-hole course will test and sharpen any game. On the flip side, there are other lovely nine-hole courses where you can golf at a leisurely pace, honing your game on gentle, forgiving fairways.
Skiing / Snowboarding
If you’re a skier or snowboarder – or are thinking of learning – Vermont is the place to be.
image [snowboarder in powder]More than 20 alpine ski resorts and almost 50 cross-country touring centers dot the state. With 4,500 skiable acres, 900 trails and 150 lifts, Vermont skiing accommodates every level from the advanced downhiller to the training toddler, from moguls and snow-boarding to quiet cross country jaunts on ski or snowshoe.
Imagine a magical highway that suddenly appears every winter. A road that lets you tour wilderness, snow-covered mountaintops, secluded valleys and friendly Mountain Hausges.
In Vermont, you don’t have to imagine it: It’s called the winter world of snow-mobiling,an activity that appeals not just to families and winter enthusiasts, but skiers and visitors looking for an exciting excursion or slice of North Country tradition. The local trails accessible directly from our home will lead to V.A.S.T. snowmobile trail network which connect the state of Vermont to neighboring states and Canada!