The Green Mountain State is home to more than 700 miles of hiking trails, all of them swathed, this time of year, in the glorious colors of fall.
The following selections are from the current issue of Stratton Magazine. You may subscribe to Stratton Magazine to read more articles and keep up to date with happenings in the Stratton area.
The five-mile Skyline Drive to the top of Mt. Equinox may contain some potentially exciting hairpin turns, but the view at the top is worth the ride.
Ted Lawrence teaches “Slapstick Science” lessons to students at schools and venues throughout the Northeast and central Atlantic regions.
Vermont is crisscrossed by hundreds of “ancient” roads used now for hiking and snowmobiling. Some folks will go to great lengths to protect them from being lost forever.
Viewing an eagle in Vermont is still an event. The great bird has suffered from loss of habitat in the past, but now the eagle is making a comeback. Here and everywhere.
Come fall, we often think of oranges, yellows and browns. But it’s the unexpected REDS that make everything pop.
When you meet Nancy Benoit, it’s hard not to stare at her feet
“Farm to table” means the food you eat, whether in a restaurant or your home, came from a specific local farm or producer—a movement that is thriving here in Southern Vermont.