Vermont’s Catamount Trail stretches 300 miles over remote wilderness tracts, groomed Nordic ski and snowshoe trails, snowmobile trails, and old logging roads. The Blueberry Hill Inn in Goshen, Vermont, was built in 1813 as a lodging house for loggers; a sheep farm was established on the property sometime later. Today it offers snug comfort and a warm welcome at the end of a long ramble.The Catamount Trail is the crown of Vermont. How it sparkles depends on where you ski it: Most of the 300-mile-long trail is beautiful, some of it is downright spectacular, and a bit of it is merely pedestrian, as it fulfills its ambitious mission of being a skiable path extending the entire length of Vermont. –Yankee Magazine, January/February 2011
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