515 Canal St.
Brattleboro, VT 05301
Phone: (802) 254-2360
Fax: (802) 251-0910
Take six year-old Bobby and Uncle Joe on these five to ten mile-boat trips suitable for younger rafters and adults interested in an easy to difficult whitewater experience. Splash your way down the gentle curves of the dappled tree-lined Deerfield River trying a first-time rafting journey, with opportunities for swimming and savoring tasty riverside morsels or a cookout prepared by your guide.
Outdoor enthusiasts will never run out of things to do, seasons notwithstanding, at this breathtaking resort located in the Green Mountains. Mount Snow has something for every adventure junkie, from skiing and mountain biking to hiking and more. The facility has been a host venue to the renowned X-Games as well as numerous extreme sport competitions. Laid-back travelers can enjoy a bout of golf, excellent dining options as well as numerous events at the resort. Check website for more.
Located in Fitzwilliam is the Rhododendron State Park that is spread over the Little Monadnock Mountain covering an area of approximately 2723 acres (1101.96 hectares). Out of this vast land, the park is replete with Rhododendron maximum, the native blooms that are enlisted as a National Natural Landmark. Apart from the rhododendron, there are cranberries, wintergreen, heathers and many other shrubs that are at full bloom in mid-July. Open to public for picnics and hiking, most of the areas within the park are pet-friendly.
Granite George Ski Area makes for an ideal getaway from city life. Located in Southwest New Hampshire, this small ski resort provides a number of activities throughout the year, the most popular season being winter of course. Ski along cross country trails such as the Pinnacle, the Monadnock and the Jumper or take a ride on the Pinnacle Express double chair lift. The resort also offers other sports such as biking in the non-winter months.
This ski resort has been entertaining tourists since mid-1950s and continues to attract visitors from all over. Started by Arthur Parker, from a small rope tow to a double chairlift this resort has certainly come a long way. Combining adventure with safety, it offers plethora of activities like skiing, snow-tubing and also has special ski lessons for novices. For details, check website or call ahead.
A long drive along the Massachusetts Route 2 can give you some of the greatest views in the state. The Mohawk Trail which form a part of this highway, is a beautiful stretch spread across 2,275 acres (921 hectares). The trail has to offer more than just scenic views. A lot of activities for recreation are available in this region, that will give you a wholesome outdoor experience. Some of the activities that you can expect to do here include hiking, white water rafting, boating, swimming and skiing. The enchanting views coupled with outdoor sports will complete your holiday.
Enjoy some of this region's natural beauty by spending some time at Lake Wyola State Park. Located north of Springfield in the town of Shutesbury, this recreation area has been run by the state since being purchased in 1997. The park itself encompasses over 40 acres that surround Lake Wyola and features numerous trails for hiking, walking, and cross-country skiing in the winter months. The lake itself is a popular location for fishing, swimming, and boating. There are also many picnic areas that have charcoal grills that can be used by the public.