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Londonderry, VT
(range: 6 miles)
People often ask, what makes Magic so different? It all starts with the mountain itself. When Hans Thorner was searching Vermont to start a ski area in the late 1950s, he found Glebe Mountain. It’s ridge lines and steep topography reminded him of his native Swiss Alps. The trails he cut for Magic are naturally narrow and twisting and descend 1,500 heart-pumping vertical feet to our two Summit lifts—true vertical skiing. Combined with tree-skiing from boundary-to-boundary, Magic’s terrain is what separates this ski area from all others in southern Vermont and the East Coast—virtually unchanged since the 1960s. (This excerpt taken from the Magic Mountain website)
Okemo Mountain Resort and the surrounding area is the outdoor enthusiasts dream come true. The wintertime brings exceptional Vermont skiing and snowboarding on snow that is known as one of the best skiing and riding surfaces in the East year after year. While other mountains talk a big game, we've proven that it takes a lot of pipe, water and power - with highly trained, completely dedicated teams at the reins - to make it happen. (This excerpt taken from the Okemo Mountain Resort website)
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Peru, VT
(range: 8 miles)
Bromley is your family-friendly 4-season Vermont resort offering diverse ski terrain, lesson programs and slopeside lodging, plus exciting summer attractions. (This excerpt taken from the Bromley website)
Stratton Mountain officially opened on December 29, 1961 with three lifts, eight trails and 22 inches of fresh snow. Skiing had arrived. Golf and tennis soon followed. Designed by noted golf course architect Geoffrey Cornish, the Stratton course opened for play in 1964. Through the years, Stratton has grown into a vibrant resort Village. Today generations of friends and family come home to Stratton, sharing the fun, adventure, progression, the stories ... (This excerpt taken from the Stratton Mountain website)
Located conveniently between Manchester and Rutland, the park is popular for its wooded hillside campground, beach and swimming area, and nearby attractions and tourist destinations. The park surrounds 20-acre Emerald Lake, named for the emerald green color of its waters when viewed from above. (This excerpt taken from the Emerald Lake State Park website)
The idyllic setting of the rural Vermont landscape offered a transformative experience and opportunity for artists seeking to work outside the social, political, and economic changes of the Modern Era. The Collection is made up of over 1,000 objects including paintings, etchings, and sculptures and spans across a significant period in Regional American Art History. The Collection features many prominent 20th Century artists such as: Ogden Pleissner, Jay Hall Conaway, Reginald Marsh, Guy Pene du Bois, Lorenzo Hatch, Luigi Lucioni, Arthur Gibbs Burton, and Robert Strong Woodward. (This excerpt taken from the Southern Vermont Arts Center website)
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Manchester Center, VT
(range: 17 miles)
Welcome! Hildene exists to carry the values of Abraham Lincoln to future generations by educating and inspiring others to put those Values into Action. (This excerpt taken from the Hildene website)
Eureka Schoolhouse stands as the oldest one-room schoolhouse in Vermont, and one of the few surviving 18th-century public buildings in the state. Reconstructed in its current location in 1968, Eureka Schoolhouse was built about 1790 to serve Springfield’s first village settlement. Tradition holds that this building was erected because of the efforts of four families to have a local school. It was constructed by William Bettergneau, an early inhabitant of Springfield supporting himself as a beaver trapper. (This excerpt taken from the Eureka Schoolhouse website)
The Calvin Coolidge Homestead District at Plymouth Notch preserves many of the historic buildings that Coolidge knew in his youth: his birthplace, his boyhood home, the church that he attended, the homes of relatives and family friends, and the hall above his father’s old store, which he used as his office during the summer of 1924 and others. Coolidge and his wife lie amid seven generations of Coolidges in the town cemetery. (This excerpt taken from the Calvin Coolidge Homestead Distric website)
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Charlestown, NH
(range: 18 miles)
Travel back in time to Plantation Number 4, once the northwesternmost village within the British colonies. Our reconstruction of the village grounds is dedicated to bringing the history of the Upper Valley of the Connecticut River to life through engaging reenactments, educational activities, and one-of-a-kind historical experiences. (This excerpt taken from the The Fort at No.4 website)
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