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    • Trail Blazers
    • Trail Blazers

      Photo essay: Two-wheelers roll out routes through Vermont
      As the popularity of biking grows in Vermont, so do networks of custom-built, singletrack trails across the state. Most…
    • Think Globally, Ski Locally
    • Think Globally, Ski Locally

      A memorable hut-to-hut ski tour in Vermont … inspires a repeat
      All photos by Brian Mohr and Emily Johnson/EmberPhoto. Above: Skiing through a cave on day two. Is it possible to embark on a world-class skiing…
    • A Thin-Cover Season
    • A Thin-Cover Season

      Vermonters try harder to go with the snow
      Old Man Winter has been slacking in the snow department this season. The settled snowpack on Mount Mansfield, which measured 36 inches earlier this week,…
    • The Remains of the Day
    • The Remains of the Day

      Sunset brings a little magic to the Green Mountains
      With the short days of winter upon us, getting to the mountains after work often means embracing the sunset hour. Vermont’s many peaks and…
    • Happy Trails

      Hiking the Long Trail before the snow flies
      All photos by Brian Mohr and Emily Johnson/Emberphoto.com. “Canada to Hazen’s Notch? Sure, count us in!” That’s the answer my wife, Emily Johnson, and I…
    • A Spin at Ground Zero

      Cycling in Irene's wake, volunteers offered help
      In the days following Tropical Storm Irene, countless Vermonters dropped nearly everything in their own lives to help their friends and neighbors clean up and…
    • Riding Partners
    • Riding Partners

      New mountain-biking trails near completion at Moosalamoo
      All photos by Brian Mohr and Emily Johnson/Emberphoto.com. The flooding in Vermont this spring may have washed away memories of the soaking rains of August…
    • Mad Paddling
    • Mad Paddling

      Central Vermont’s liveliest river is beckoning boaters
      With spring washing away the last of winter’s generous snows, paddlers of all kinds are taking to Vermont’s rivers again. The state has…
    • Feeling the Heat
    • Feeling the Heat

      Outdoor saunas offer the ultimate rejuvenation
      After a long day of outdoor work or adventure in Vermont’s winter environment, there’s nothing more rejuvenating than baking in a wood-fired sauna. I was…
    • Deepcember Snows

      Photo Essay
      Natural snow has lingered in the mountains for nearly six weeks, and many Vermont ski areas opened over the Thanksgiving weekend. This can mean only…
    • First Snow
    • First Snow

      Forget Halloween — October skiing provides the thrills
      For Vermont skier Thomas Hite, the first snowfall of the year makes for some of the best skiing of the season. “There’s something really special…
    • High Speed
    • High Speed

      Vermont’s ridgeline runners step it up
      Trail running along Vermont’s highest ridgelines is like dancing through a scenic minefield of roots, rocks, puddles and fallen trees. It’s an experience that is…
    • What Lies Beneath
    • What Lies Beneath

      Vermonters take to the river … with snorkel masks
      It’s unlikely anyone will discover colorful coral reefs or schools of tropical fish in Vermont’s rivers anytime soon, but that doesn’t rule out snorkeling…

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