Summer Guidebook

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Summer Guidebook

Outdoors/Outfitters

MOUNTAIN BIKING With over 20 miles of trails, including single track and double track to explore, Catamount has something to offer everyone. Explore the wide gravel trails throughout forest and fields. Challenge your skills on our single track network and find the trail side features throughout the property. Visit our two great pump tracks and wooden features to refine your fundamental skills before testing yourself on the advanced park, complete with a dual slalom course, 2 jump lines, progressive drops and more! Catamount has much to offer mountain bikers of all ages and abilities. We have bike rentals available in a variety of sizes for adults and youth. TRAIL RUNNING Catamount Outdoor Family Center is our area’s centrally located, most extensive professionally maintained multi-use trail network with year-round recreation opportunities for people of all ages and abilities. Catamount has been a leader in trail running for many years. We offer over 20 miles of trails to run with many marked loops varying from 5 km – 15 km. Enjoy terrain and trail types for all ages and abilities. Note: As part of the recent funding from conservation agencies and the transition to Williston owned land, “pedestrian” usage of the trails is now permitted at Catamount at no charge. Pedestrian Use has been defined as walking, hiking and running, in the summer, and snowshoeing in the winter.
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Catamount Outdoor Family Center
592 Governor Chittenden Road
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MOUNTAIN BIKING With over 20 miles of trails, including single track and double track to explore, Catamount has something to offer everyone. Explore the wide gravel trails throughout forest and fields. Challenge your skills on our single track network and find the trail side features throughout the property. Visit our two great pump tracks and wooden features to refine your fundamental skills before testing yourself on the advanced park, complete with a dual slalom course, 2 jump lines, progressive drops and more! Catamount has much to offer mountain bikers of all ages and abilities. We have bike rentals available in a variety of sizes for adults and youth. TRAIL RUNNING Catamount Outdoor Family Center is our area’s centrally located, most extensive professionally maintained multi-use trail network with year-round recreation opportunities for people of all ages and abilities. Catamount has been a leader in trail running for many years. We offer over 20 miles of trails to run with many marked loops varying from 5 km – 15 km. Enjoy terrain and trail types for all ages and abilities. Note: As part of the recent funding from conservation agencies and the transition to Williston owned land, “pedestrian” usage of the trails is now permitted at Catamount at no charge. Pedestrian Use has been defined as walking, hiking and running, in the summer, and snowshoeing in the winter.
HIKING/TRAIL RUNNING The Ascutney Outdoors Center is the gateway to some of the best hiking trails in Vermont. The trail network right around the AOC is a great option for shorter trips, whether a fun family adventure, a stroll in the woods, or a scenic trail run. The trails are shared with mountain bikers and are clearly marked. Biking trail Maps are posted at the AOC and other major trail heads. ASCUTNEY OUTDOORS TRAIL The Ascutney Outdoors Center is also the starting point for the aptly named the Ascutney Outdoors Trail – click the adjacent map for a larger view. The trail goes to the top of the old triple chair lift and offers open vistas and spectacular views all along the way – just follow the yellow markers. If you are looking for a shorter hike, we recommend going to the ‘picnic table’, about a half mile up from the AOC. This stopping point offers panoramic views of Brownsville and the surrounding countryside. If you want a longer hike, go all the way up to the top of the trail (some steeps) and take in the views all the way to the White Mountains. This hike is about 1.5 miles long and has an elevation gain of nearly 1,500 feet. The Ascutney Outdoors Trail will soon connect to the Town’s Bicentennial Trail and State Park trails. The mountain features five principal, summit-bound hiking trails, three of which are named for the town from which that trail originates. The State Park publishes this map showing the Summit Trails on Mt Ascutney and other useful information. DISCOVERY TRAIL Ascutney Outdoors newest offering is the ‘Discovery Trail’, an interpretive walking trail starting and ending at the Ascutney Outdoors Center. The roughly one-mile loop includes stops with panels that engage visitors to understand and explore the natural and human history of the area. The trail is an extension of our programs and will attract many families, school children, and visitors to the mountain. The plan’s interactive features and panels were professionally designed and paid for through a grant from the National Park Service’ Rivers & Trails Program. The funding was provided by a grant from the State of Vermont’s Recreational Facilities Grant and a number of foundations who are long-time supporters of Ascutney Outdoors’ community programs. MOUNTAINSIDE DRIVE TRAILHEAD Another existing hiking option includes departing from the Mountainside Drive trailhead for a stroll up the expansive Mile Long Field and easy access to the central section of the trails network. The Town Forest trail head provides an extensive trail network wandering up, around, and through a variety of different environments highlighting the natural beauty of Vermont. Visit our Locations page for more information and directions to each trail-head. MOUNTAIN BIKING In the land around the Ascutney Outdoors Center, you’ll find about 35 miles of mapped and marked mountain bike trails located within the former ski area and the adjacent West Windsor Town Forest, as well as private lands. Most of these trails were carefully planned and built by the mountain bike enthusiasts at our sister organization, the Ascutney Trails Association. The trails are routed to guide you through some of the most beautiful and diverse terrain in New England, the hand-built trails stand as a premier destination for mountain-bikers from all over the Northeast. The trails offer an enjoyable riding experience for mountain-bikers of all skill levels, including challenging trails for advanced riders. EQUESTRIAN Equestrians are invited to share a multi-use trail that extends approximately 3 miles from the Ascutney Outdoors Center (AOC) – starting on Ski Tow Road to Kimball Farm Road. Please see map below. At Kimball Farm Road, you can connect via dirt roads in West Windsor, where additional riding terrain on trails and dirt roads is abundant. The multi-use trail is dirt road and double-track with gravel and natural surfaces, and is shared with mountain bikers, runners and hikers. You may park in the large lot directly across from the AOC where there is plenty of room for a horse trailer. Ascutney Outdoors welcomes suggestions from organizations for trail riding events. With its large parking lot and nearby availability of lodging and food, the AOC is an ideal event site.
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Ascutney Outdoors
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HIKING/TRAIL RUNNING The Ascutney Outdoors Center is the gateway to some of the best hiking trails in Vermont. The trail network right around the AOC is a great option for shorter trips, whether a fun family adventure, a stroll in the woods, or a scenic trail run. The trails are shared with mountain bikers and are clearly marked. Biking trail Maps are posted at the AOC and other major trail heads. ASCUTNEY OUTDOORS TRAIL The Ascutney Outdoors Center is also the starting point for the aptly named the Ascutney Outdoors Trail – click the adjacent map for a larger view. The trail goes to the top of the old triple chair lift and offers open vistas and spectacular views all along the way – just follow the yellow markers. If you are looking for a shorter hike, we recommend going to the ‘picnic table’, about a half mile up from the AOC. This stopping point offers panoramic views of Brownsville and the surrounding countryside. If you want a longer hike, go all the way up to the top of the trail (some steeps) and take in the views all the way to the White Mountains. This hike is about 1.5 miles long and has an elevation gain of nearly 1,500 feet. The Ascutney Outdoors Trail will soon connect to the Town’s Bicentennial Trail and State Park trails. The mountain features five principal, summit-bound hiking trails, three of which are named for the town from which that trail originates. The State Park publishes this map showing the Summit Trails on Mt Ascutney and other useful information. DISCOVERY TRAIL Ascutney Outdoors newest offering is the ‘Discovery Trail’, an interpretive walking trail starting and ending at the Ascutney Outdoors Center. The roughly one-mile loop includes stops with panels that engage visitors to understand and explore the natural and human history of the area. The trail is an extension of our programs and will attract many families, school children, and visitors to the mountain. The plan’s interactive features and panels were professionally designed and paid for through a grant from the National Park Service’ Rivers & Trails Program. The funding was provided by a grant from the State of Vermont’s Recreational Facilities Grant and a number of foundations who are long-time supporters of Ascutney Outdoors’ community programs. MOUNTAINSIDE DRIVE TRAILHEAD Another existing hiking option includes departing from the Mountainside Drive trailhead for a stroll up the expansive Mile Long Field and easy access to the central section of the trails network. The Town Forest trail head provides an extensive trail network wandering up, around, and through a variety of different environments highlighting the natural beauty of Vermont. Visit our Locations page for more information and directions to each trail-head. MOUNTAIN BIKING In the land around the Ascutney Outdoors Center, you’ll find about 35 miles of mapped and marked mountain bike trails located within the former ski area and the adjacent West Windsor Town Forest, as well as private lands. Most of these trails were carefully planned and built by the mountain bike enthusiasts at our sister organization, the Ascutney Trails Association. The trails are routed to guide you through some of the most beautiful and diverse terrain in New England, the hand-built trails stand as a premier destination for mountain-bikers from all over the Northeast. The trails offer an enjoyable riding experience for mountain-bikers of all skill levels, including challenging trails for advanced riders. EQUESTRIAN Equestrians are invited to share a multi-use trail that extends approximately 3 miles from the Ascutney Outdoors Center (AOC) – starting on Ski Tow Road to Kimball Farm Road. Please see map below. At Kimball Farm Road, you can connect via dirt roads in West Windsor, where additional riding terrain on trails and dirt roads is abundant. The multi-use trail is dirt road and double-track with gravel and natural surfaces, and is shared with mountain bikers, runners and hikers. You may park in the large lot directly across from the AOC where there is plenty of room for a horse trailer. Ascutney Outdoors welcomes suggestions from organizations for trail riding events. With its large parking lot and nearby availability of lodging and food, the AOC is an ideal event site.
Speaking of paddleboarding, you can get all that and more at the Burlington Surf Club. For just $20 you can have use of kayaks, canoes, sailboats, windsurfing, and paddleboards for the entire day. The surf club is within walking distance from downtown and they even offer lessons and tours! If you live in Burlington we would also recommend looking into the yearly pass.
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Burlington Surf Club (WND & WVS)
32 Lakeside Avenue
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Speaking of paddleboarding, you can get all that and more at the Burlington Surf Club. For just $20 you can have use of kayaks, canoes, sailboats, windsurfing, and paddleboards for the entire day. The surf club is within walking distance from downtown and they even offer lessons and tours! If you live in Burlington we would also recommend looking into the yearly pass.
What’s better than taking in the spectacular Lake Champlain sunsets, gliding past lush and colorful shoreline, enjoying Green Mountain and Adirondack vistas with a Kayak or Paddleboard rental. PaddleSurf Champlain is Vermont's original Stand Up Paddleboarding outfitter, offering lessons and guided tours, short- and long-term rentals, and affordable boards and paddles from two beachfront locations in Burlington, right on the Burlington Bike Path! WINGSURF OR WINGSUP! WingSurf — or WingSUP — is a way to power a paddleboard with the wind. A handheld sail (the wing) lets your board glide across the water. It's the simplest form of sailing, no paddle and no strings attached. PaddleSurf Champlain instructors will teach you everything you need to know to get started in this emerging paddleboard variation. We teach the points of sail, how to handle the wing on land, how to launch off the beach, and how to stay on track to head out and back to the same location. WINGSURF LESSON: $60 per person SURF SKIING! A stand up paddling experience like no other! PaddleSurf Champlain is the home of Surf Skiing. PSC owner Jason Starr invented these skis as a way to combine the best aspects of surfing and skiing into one killer sport. On the waves, it's like skiing the steeps. On the lake, it's like cross country skiing. Our surf skiing clinic covers the features of the skis and paddle and how to integrate a cross-country style leg kick and paddle stroke into a single, smooth motion over water. This clinic is for students interested in combining strength, balance and coordination in a fast-moving and fun water sport that builds full-body strength and stamina. SURF SKIING CLINIC: $60 for 90 minutes Oakledge Park, 1 Flynn Avenue, Burlington, Vermont or North Beach, 60 Institute Road, Burlington, Vermont CONTACT: (802) 881-4905 jason@paddlesurfchamplain.com
PaddleSurf Champlain
1 Flynn Ave
What’s better than taking in the spectacular Lake Champlain sunsets, gliding past lush and colorful shoreline, enjoying Green Mountain and Adirondack vistas with a Kayak or Paddleboard rental. PaddleSurf Champlain is Vermont's original Stand Up Paddleboarding outfitter, offering lessons and guided tours, short- and long-term rentals, and affordable boards and paddles from two beachfront locations in Burlington, right on the Burlington Bike Path! WINGSURF OR WINGSUP! WingSurf — or WingSUP — is a way to power a paddleboard with the wind. A handheld sail (the wing) lets your board glide across the water. It's the simplest form of sailing, no paddle and no strings attached. PaddleSurf Champlain instructors will teach you everything you need to know to get started in this emerging paddleboard variation. We teach the points of sail, how to handle the wing on land, how to launch off the beach, and how to stay on track to head out and back to the same location. WINGSURF LESSON: $60 per person SURF SKIING! A stand up paddling experience like no other! PaddleSurf Champlain is the home of Surf Skiing. PSC owner Jason Starr invented these skis as a way to combine the best aspects of surfing and skiing into one killer sport. On the waves, it's like skiing the steeps. On the lake, it's like cross country skiing. Our surf skiing clinic covers the features of the skis and paddle and how to integrate a cross-country style leg kick and paddle stroke into a single, smooth motion over water. This clinic is for students interested in combining strength, balance and coordination in a fast-moving and fun water sport that builds full-body strength and stamina. SURF SKIING CLINIC: $60 for 90 minutes Oakledge Park, 1 Flynn Avenue, Burlington, Vermont or North Beach, 60 Institute Road, Burlington, Vermont CONTACT: (802) 881-4905 jason@paddlesurfchamplain.com
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City of Burlington Parks, Recreation & Waterfront
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Umiak Outdoor Outfitters is Vermont's outdoor adventure center. We are a full-service outfitter offering retail sales, demos, safety instruction, tours, rentals, children's / custom programs and more. Our staff is comprised of some of New England's top-trained outdoor enthusiasts who love any opportunity to share their knowledge and skills with others. Our retail stores stock over 50 models of kayaks, canoes, and stand up paddleboards from the world's top manufacturers. Our retail staff can help you with all of your boating needs to get you on the water with the perfectly fitted canoe, kayak, or standup paddleboard. We have an online store to help you browse our inventory 24/7. We carry new and used boats from recreational to performance for all types of adventures and people. Come in today to find out how you can get outfitted the right way for a lifetime of paddling. Test paddle at the Stowe Store in our backyard pond before you buy. Demo a boat in Richmond by appointment at a nearby lake. Every day is a DEMO DAY at Umiak. Come to visit our outposts at Waterbury Reservoir's Day Use Area or North Beach on Lake Champlain. We have a great selection of canoes, kayaks, and standup paddleboards to rent. Enjoy all the joys of paddling without having to transport the boats. Our river trips run on the Lamoille and Winooski Rivers and offer beginner to intermediate paddling adventures. We have four-mile and eight-mile trips with guided, self-guided or custom options available. We also run custom advanced river trips and whitewater lessons. Umiak offers instructional classes such as: Introduction to Kayaking, Canoeing, and Stand Up Paddleboarding; Kayak Rescue; Sea Kayaking Essentials; Kayak Rolling and a standup paddleboard yoga class. https://www.umiak.com/about-us UMIAK OUTDOOR OUTFITTERS - STOWE YEAR-ROUND MONDAY - SUNDAY 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM 1-802-253-2317 info@umiak.com programs@umiak.com retail@umiak.com repairs@umiak.com RETAIL ● INSTRUCTION ● TOURS ● RENTALS Umiak Outdoor Outfitters in Stowe is Vermont's outdoor adventure center. We are a full-service outfitter offering retail sales, expertise, demos, safety instruction, tours, rentals, children's / custom programs and more year-round. UMIAK OUTDOOR OUTFITTERS - RICHMOND SEASONAL MAY - AUGUST TUESDAY - SUNDAY 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM ​1-802-651-8760 info@umiak.com richmondprograms@umiak.com richmondretail@umiak.com repairs@umiak.com Umiak Outdoor Outfitters in Richmond, Vermont is a paddling outfitter offering retail sales, expertise, and repairs during the summer.
Umiak Outdoor Outfitters
849 S Main St
Umiak Outdoor Outfitters is Vermont's outdoor adventure center. We are a full-service outfitter offering retail sales, demos, safety instruction, tours, rentals, children's / custom programs and more. Our staff is comprised of some of New England's top-trained outdoor enthusiasts who love any opportunity to share their knowledge and skills with others. Our retail stores stock over 50 models of kayaks, canoes, and stand up paddleboards from the world's top manufacturers. Our retail staff can help you with all of your boating needs to get you on the water with the perfectly fitted canoe, kayak, or standup paddleboard. We have an online store to help you browse our inventory 24/7. We carry new and used boats from recreational to performance for all types of adventures and people. Come in today to find out how you can get outfitted the right way for a lifetime of paddling. Test paddle at the Stowe Store in our backyard pond before you buy. Demo a boat in Richmond by appointment at a nearby lake. Every day is a DEMO DAY at Umiak. Come to visit our outposts at Waterbury Reservoir's Day Use Area or North Beach on Lake Champlain. We have a great selection of canoes, kayaks, and standup paddleboards to rent. Enjoy all the joys of paddling without having to transport the boats. Our river trips run on the Lamoille and Winooski Rivers and offer beginner to intermediate paddling adventures. We have four-mile and eight-mile trips with guided, self-guided or custom options available. We also run custom advanced river trips and whitewater lessons. Umiak offers instructional classes such as: Introduction to Kayaking, Canoeing, and Stand Up Paddleboarding; Kayak Rescue; Sea Kayaking Essentials; Kayak Rolling and a standup paddleboard yoga class. https://www.umiak.com/about-us UMIAK OUTDOOR OUTFITTERS - STOWE YEAR-ROUND MONDAY - SUNDAY 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM 1-802-253-2317 info@umiak.com programs@umiak.com retail@umiak.com repairs@umiak.com RETAIL ● INSTRUCTION ● TOURS ● RENTALS Umiak Outdoor Outfitters in Stowe is Vermont's outdoor adventure center. We are a full-service outfitter offering retail sales, expertise, demos, safety instruction, tours, rentals, children's / custom programs and more year-round. UMIAK OUTDOOR OUTFITTERS - RICHMOND SEASONAL MAY - AUGUST TUESDAY - SUNDAY 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM ​1-802-651-8760 info@umiak.com richmondprograms@umiak.com richmondretail@umiak.com repairs@umiak.com Umiak Outdoor Outfitters in Richmond, Vermont is a paddling outfitter offering retail sales, expertise, and repairs during the summer.

Rock Climbing

"Climbing isn't just for the kids. Grab hold and see what you can do. First timers discover quickly - It's easier than it looks! MetroRock's team of professional routesetters provides courses of all difficulties on a variety of angles and features. Our textured walls provide a natural grip to feel as though you're on a real cliff. We have programs of all shapes and sizes, so there's sure to be one that fits your needs! From our climbing walls and adventure ropes course to our lounge and meeting spaces, MetroRock will accommodate your group and ensure a memorable time. Browse the options below, or feel free to contact us anytime to arrange your next event: info@metrorock.com / 802.878.4500 Private Belay New to climbing? Want your kids to climb, but don't know how to belay yet? In a Private Belay, our experienced staff are there to belay you up and down the wall. There is no instruction involved, just pure climbing! A perfect way to try out the climbing experience. Private belays include rental gear, but not a day pass. 1 Belayer | $50 per hour 4:1 climber to staff ratio
MetroRock
6 Susie Wilson Rd
"Climbing isn't just for the kids. Grab hold and see what you can do. First timers discover quickly - It's easier than it looks! MetroRock's team of professional routesetters provides courses of all difficulties on a variety of angles and features. Our textured walls provide a natural grip to feel as though you're on a real cliff. We have programs of all shapes and sizes, so there's sure to be one that fits your needs! From our climbing walls and adventure ropes course to our lounge and meeting spaces, MetroRock will accommodate your group and ensure a memorable time. Browse the options below, or feel free to contact us anytime to arrange your next event: info@metrorock.com / 802.878.4500 Private Belay New to climbing? Want your kids to climb, but don't know how to belay yet? In a Private Belay, our experienced staff are there to belay you up and down the wall. There is no instruction involved, just pure climbing! A perfect way to try out the climbing experience. Private belays include rental gear, but not a day pass. 1 Belayer | $50 per hour 4:1 climber to staff ratio
Petra Cliffs Climbing Center & Mountaineering School We have climbing and bouldering for all ages and abilities, with routes from 5.5 to 5.13, boulder problems from V0 to V10+, a high ropes course, and areas to hang out and rest or catch up. Bring your friends, family, or book a group to come climb for a couple hours or for the day. Please visit our Indoor Pages, or go to our Registration Page to view a list of courses and experiences. As always, please give a call so that we can help answer any questions or find the perfect fit for you. Walk-ins are always welcome, but please be sure to fill out our Liability Waiver online before your visit or fill it out when you arrive. https://www.petracliffs.com/ 105 Briggs Street Burlington, Vermont 05401 USA (802) 657-3872
Petra Cliffs Climbing Center & Mountaineering School
105 Briggs St
Petra Cliffs Climbing Center & Mountaineering School We have climbing and bouldering for all ages and abilities, with routes from 5.5 to 5.13, boulder problems from V0 to V10+, a high ropes course, and areas to hang out and rest or catch up. Bring your friends, family, or book a group to come climb for a couple hours or for the day. Please visit our Indoor Pages, or go to our Registration Page to view a list of courses and experiences. As always, please give a call so that we can help answer any questions or find the perfect fit for you. Walk-ins are always welcome, but please be sure to fill out our Liability Waiver online before your visit or fill it out when you arrive. https://www.petracliffs.com/ 105 Briggs Street Burlington, Vermont 05401 USA (802) 657-3872

Biking

Burlington's bike path is 12 to 13 miles, mostly right along Lake Champlain. To the north it continues through Colchester to a causeway that in the summer connects to the Champlain Islands via a bike ferry for a short gap where boats enter the harbor. The Burlington segment starting at the downtown was renovated last year and is spectactular.
Burlington Bike Park
162 N Champlain St
Burlington's bike path is 12 to 13 miles, mostly right along Lake Champlain. To the north it continues through Colchester to a causeway that in the summer connects to the Champlain Islands via a bike ferry for a short gap where boats enter the harbor. The Burlington segment starting at the downtown was renovated last year and is spectactular.
Local Motion was founded in 1999 with a singular (and improbable) goal: to get people on bikes across the mouth of the Winooski River, where the Burlington Bike Path then came to an end. Since then, we have grown to become Vermont's statewide advocate for active transportation, vibrant communities, and safe streets. Our mission is simple: to bring walking and biking within reach for all! Rent regular or e-bikes by the hour or day and ride on the Burlington Bike Path and take the ferry across to South Hero Island! 1 Steele Street #103 Burlington, VT 05401 (802) 861-2700 info@localmotion.org
Local Motion Bike Rentals
1 Steele Street
Local Motion was founded in 1999 with a singular (and improbable) goal: to get people on bikes across the mouth of the Winooski River, where the Burlington Bike Path then came to an end. Since then, we have grown to become Vermont's statewide advocate for active transportation, vibrant communities, and safe streets. Our mission is simple: to bring walking and biking within reach for all! Rent regular or e-bikes by the hour or day and ride on the Burlington Bike Path and take the ferry across to South Hero Island! 1 Steele Street #103 Burlington, VT 05401 (802) 861-2700 info@localmotion.org
North Star Sports is the premier bike shop for outdoor gear, bike rentals, and electric bikes in downtown Burlington, Vermont. Our store was founded in 1985 by Patricia Miller and has established itself as a Burlington landmark and the top destination for sports gear, services, bicycle rentals, and much more. We have a great selection of Trek, Giant, and Gazelle bikes to choose from, including the latest 2022 models! Not sure which bike will fit your needs the best? Stop by our shop and speak with a member of our team, they will walk you through the bike buying process and make certain you ride away smiling on the right bike! We also carry plenty of biking apparel, accessories, and everything you need to enjoy the outdoors. We encourage you to stop by our Burlington headquarters to rent a bicycle or learn more about our current selection of road, mountain, hybrid, electric, and kids bikes for sale. 100 Main St., Burlington, VT 05401 (802) 863-3832 northstarsportsvt@gmail.com
North Star Sports
100 Main St
North Star Sports is the premier bike shop for outdoor gear, bike rentals, and electric bikes in downtown Burlington, Vermont. Our store was founded in 1985 by Patricia Miller and has established itself as a Burlington landmark and the top destination for sports gear, services, bicycle rentals, and much more. We have a great selection of Trek, Giant, and Gazelle bikes to choose from, including the latest 2022 models! Not sure which bike will fit your needs the best? Stop by our shop and speak with a member of our team, they will walk you through the bike buying process and make certain you ride away smiling on the right bike! We also carry plenty of biking apparel, accessories, and everything you need to enjoy the outdoors. We encourage you to stop by our Burlington headquarters to rent a bicycle or learn more about our current selection of road, mountain, hybrid, electric, and kids bikes for sale. 100 Main St., Burlington, VT 05401 (802) 863-3832 northstarsportsvt@gmail.com
E-BIKES & BOATS Tour Time: Approx 5 hours. Ages 12 and up. Tues thru Sun. 10 – 3. $90/person This is an exclusive and unique self-guided tour with Lamoille Valley Bike Tours. Your journey begins on the Rail Trail in Johnson. From there, pedal to Vt Canoe & Kayak along the scenic Lamoille River Rail Trail. Once you reach us, you’ll select your boat, canoe or kayak, and our crew will drop you off upriver. Savor new scenery as you paddle back to VCK, where your E-bike is waiting for the ride back to your car, in Johnson. This combination tour offers two of the best outdoor activities in Vermont for a great adventure for the whole family. E-bike, helmet, canoe or kayak, life jacket and paddles are included.
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Vermont Canoe and Kayak
4805 Vermont 15
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E-BIKES & BOATS Tour Time: Approx 5 hours. Ages 12 and up. Tues thru Sun. 10 – 3. $90/person This is an exclusive and unique self-guided tour with Lamoille Valley Bike Tours. Your journey begins on the Rail Trail in Johnson. From there, pedal to Vt Canoe & Kayak along the scenic Lamoille River Rail Trail. Once you reach us, you’ll select your boat, canoe or kayak, and our crew will drop you off upriver. Savor new scenery as you paddle back to VCK, where your E-bike is waiting for the ride back to your car, in Johnson. This combination tour offers two of the best outdoor activities in Vermont for a great adventure for the whole family. E-bike, helmet, canoe or kayak, life jacket and paddles are included.
Stowe Recreation Path is a 10.5 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Stowe, Vermont that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. The Stowe Recreation Path is an internationally recognized greenway stretching from Stowe Village to Top Notch Resort on the Mountain Road. Residents and guests alike enjoy the 5.3 mile paved trail as it criss-crosses the West Branch of Little River. Breath-taking mountain views and access to restaurants, lodges and local businesses make the bike path one of the most popular recreation assets in Stowe. stowe_rec_path_mapIn 2010, Friends of Rec Path Grooming and several community members presented a proposal to the Select-board asking to have the path groomed during the winter. In 2011, following the efforts of the community, Stowe Town purchased the equipment needed to maintain the path during the cold months and opened it up for all-season use. Now, the path is open to walkers, runners, bikers, snowshoers, cross country skiers and roller bladers. During the winter, GMTA’s free winter shuttle provides transportation along the mountain road if you’re looking for a one-way trip! In the spring of 2017, Bike maintenance stations at the Lintilhac Park and Chase Park were installed. Bike maintenance stations include all the tools necessary to perform basic bike repairs and maintenance, from changing a flat to adjusting brakes and derailleurs. Hanging the bike from the hanger arms allows the pedals and wheels to spin freely while making adjustments. Visit gostowe.com for bike rental information. Recreation Path Parking and Access Points: Lintilhac Park- behind the Stowe Community Church on Main Street in Stowe Village. Chase Park- across from Stony Brook Condominiums on Luce Hill Rd just off the intersection of Rte. 108. Thompson Park- off Rte. 108 across from the Percy Farm Corn Maze. Topnotch Access- off Brook Road, just past Topnotch Resort on Rte. 108. Rent bikes or e-bikes from Aj's Ski & Sports stowesports.com 350 Mountain Rd, Stowe, VT 05672 · ~13.9 mi (802) 253-4593
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Stowe Recreation Path
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Stowe Recreation Path is a 10.5 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Stowe, Vermont that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. The Stowe Recreation Path is an internationally recognized greenway stretching from Stowe Village to Top Notch Resort on the Mountain Road. Residents and guests alike enjoy the 5.3 mile paved trail as it criss-crosses the West Branch of Little River. Breath-taking mountain views and access to restaurants, lodges and local businesses make the bike path one of the most popular recreation assets in Stowe. stowe_rec_path_mapIn 2010, Friends of Rec Path Grooming and several community members presented a proposal to the Select-board asking to have the path groomed during the winter. In 2011, following the efforts of the community, Stowe Town purchased the equipment needed to maintain the path during the cold months and opened it up for all-season use. Now, the path is open to walkers, runners, bikers, snowshoers, cross country skiers and roller bladers. During the winter, GMTA’s free winter shuttle provides transportation along the mountain road if you’re looking for a one-way trip! In the spring of 2017, Bike maintenance stations at the Lintilhac Park and Chase Park were installed. Bike maintenance stations include all the tools necessary to perform basic bike repairs and maintenance, from changing a flat to adjusting brakes and derailleurs. Hanging the bike from the hanger arms allows the pedals and wheels to spin freely while making adjustments. Visit gostowe.com for bike rental information. Recreation Path Parking and Access Points: Lintilhac Park- behind the Stowe Community Church on Main Street in Stowe Village. Chase Park- across from Stony Brook Condominiums on Luce Hill Rd just off the intersection of Rte. 108. Thompson Park- off Rte. 108 across from the Percy Farm Corn Maze. Topnotch Access- off Brook Road, just past Topnotch Resort on Rte. 108. Rent bikes or e-bikes from Aj's Ski & Sports stowesports.com 350 Mountain Rd, Stowe, VT 05672 · ~13.9 mi (802) 253-4593

Spas

Spa at The Essex Spa at The Essex is the only full-service, freestanding spa in the Burlington area, and we offer products by Hydrafacial, Kevin Murphy, Caudalie, and Comfort Zone for a high-end spa experience. Enjoy the tranquil essence of Vermont in a setting suffused with warm woods and natural stone. Our extraordinary and friendly staff are here to lead the way, providing professional experience and passionate commitment to ensure you get the experience you desire, again and again! ON YOUR OWN DAY PASSES AVAILABLE NOW Experience Spa at The Essex. Our special ingredients for a memorable spa visit include a tranquil setting surrounded by warm wood & natural stone, rich traditional Vermont hospitality and, above all, the expertise of our extraordinary spa staff. If you just want to spend some time relaxing on your own, enjoy the spa facilities for the day including access to our fitness center, pools, hot tub & relaxation lounges enjoy this “ On Your Own” option for just $30. FAMILY SPA DAY PASS If you just want to spend some time relaxing with your family and enjoy the spa facilities for the day including family access to indoor heated pool and hot tub plus enjoy this “ For the Family” option for just $100. Adults will also have access to our fitness center & spa lounge.
Spa at The Essex
70 Essex Way
Spa at The Essex Spa at The Essex is the only full-service, freestanding spa in the Burlington area, and we offer products by Hydrafacial, Kevin Murphy, Caudalie, and Comfort Zone for a high-end spa experience. Enjoy the tranquil essence of Vermont in a setting suffused with warm woods and natural stone. Our extraordinary and friendly staff are here to lead the way, providing professional experience and passionate commitment to ensure you get the experience you desire, again and again! ON YOUR OWN DAY PASSES AVAILABLE NOW Experience Spa at The Essex. Our special ingredients for a memorable spa visit include a tranquil setting surrounded by warm wood & natural stone, rich traditional Vermont hospitality and, above all, the expertise of our extraordinary spa staff. If you just want to spend some time relaxing on your own, enjoy the spa facilities for the day including access to our fitness center, pools, hot tub & relaxation lounges enjoy this “ On Your Own” option for just $30. FAMILY SPA DAY PASS If you just want to spend some time relaxing with your family and enjoy the spa facilities for the day including family access to indoor heated pool and hot tub plus enjoy this “ For the Family” option for just $100. Adults will also have access to our fitness center & spa lounge.
An Oasis for your Mind, Body, and Soul At Oasis Day Spa in Williston, we offer something for everyone. Whether it is a lunch break escape, an afternoon of bliss, or an entire day of pampering, we will help you forget the pressures of the outside world and return you to a state of inner serenity. We cultivate an environment that encourages pure relaxation. Our professional team is trained to meet your every need and exceed your expectations. Our extensive menu of spa and salon services are perfect for pampering yourself and the ones you love. Unmatched Services We focus on therapeutic stress reduction treatment using the all organic Keyano Aromatics. The natural energy of these products illuminate the body leaving a sense of inner calm and well being. Ease your mind, body and soul with refreshing body wraps, relaxing massages, soothing aromatherapy, rejuvenating facials, spa manicures & pedicures, waxing services, and other professional salon services designed especially for you. A Local Favorite We are honored to have been awarded the distinction of being Vermont's Best Day Spa for 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019 from Seven Daysies. Thank you so much to everyone in the community that voted and continues to support us! SPA SERVICES: Massage Facial Hydrafacial Body Treatment Soft Pack Float Waxing Reiki SALON SERVICES Hair Makeup Manicure Pedicure
Oasis Day Spa
300 Cornerstone Drive
An Oasis for your Mind, Body, and Soul At Oasis Day Spa in Williston, we offer something for everyone. Whether it is a lunch break escape, an afternoon of bliss, or an entire day of pampering, we will help you forget the pressures of the outside world and return you to a state of inner serenity. We cultivate an environment that encourages pure relaxation. Our professional team is trained to meet your every need and exceed your expectations. Our extensive menu of spa and salon services are perfect for pampering yourself and the ones you love. Unmatched Services We focus on therapeutic stress reduction treatment using the all organic Keyano Aromatics. The natural energy of these products illuminate the body leaving a sense of inner calm and well being. Ease your mind, body and soul with refreshing body wraps, relaxing massages, soothing aromatherapy, rejuvenating facials, spa manicures & pedicures, waxing services, and other professional salon services designed especially for you. A Local Favorite We are honored to have been awarded the distinction of being Vermont's Best Day Spa for 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019 from Seven Daysies. Thank you so much to everyone in the community that voted and continues to support us! SPA SERVICES: Massage Facial Hydrafacial Body Treatment Soft Pack Float Waxing Reiki SALON SERVICES Hair Makeup Manicure Pedicure

Horseback Riding

our guided trail tour will begin on a hand cut trail through our serene woodlands into our Christmas tree grove. Upon exiting the grove of Blue Spruce and Pine trees, the mountain views will take your breath away. Mount Mansfield and Smugglers' Notch stand proud and majestic above the tree line. On a clear day, you can even see the ski slopes of Smugglers' Notch Ski Resort. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced rider, we have rides that fit all needs. As you ride through the open fields, you may see some white tail deer or a family of fox, as well as, a variety of birds and turkeys. Don't forget your camera! You will then enter back into the woodlands, through the corral of horses. The last leg of your tour will take you across Black Creek. (802) 644-5347
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Lajoie Stables
992 Pollander Road
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our guided trail tour will begin on a hand cut trail through our serene woodlands into our Christmas tree grove. Upon exiting the grove of Blue Spruce and Pine trees, the mountain views will take your breath away. Mount Mansfield and Smugglers' Notch stand proud and majestic above the tree line. On a clear day, you can even see the ski slopes of Smugglers' Notch Ski Resort. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced rider, we have rides that fit all needs. As you ride through the open fields, you may see some white tail deer or a family of fox, as well as, a variety of birds and turkeys. Don't forget your camera! You will then enter back into the woodlands, through the corral of horses. The last leg of your tour will take you across Black Creek. (802) 644-5347
Come to the Mad River Valley for a most unusual vacation. Tour our mountains, meadows, and forests on one of the oldest horse breeds in the world. The tireless and efficient movement of the Icelandic Horse makes it the ideal saddle horse, seeming to dance effortlessly over the earth with lightness and power. We offer daily rides of varying lengths, as well as, 2-5 day riding packages on our 4 and 5 gaited Icelandic Horses. Rides and treks are by advance reservation, but you’re welcome to come visit our farm any time and see these extraordinary horses. We invite you to call us and make a date for a most extraordinary ride! 802-496-7141
Vermont Icelandic Horse Farm
3061 N Fayston Rd
Come to the Mad River Valley for a most unusual vacation. Tour our mountains, meadows, and forests on one of the oldest horse breeds in the world. The tireless and efficient movement of the Icelandic Horse makes it the ideal saddle horse, seeming to dance effortlessly over the earth with lightness and power. We offer daily rides of varying lengths, as well as, 2-5 day riding packages on our 4 and 5 gaited Icelandic Horses. Rides and treks are by advance reservation, but you’re welcome to come visit our farm any time and see these extraordinary horses. We invite you to call us and make a date for a most extraordinary ride! 802-496-7141

Shopping

Don’t miss the iconic Church Street Marketplace in Burlington with its open-air mall. With fabulous bookshops, plenty of artisan gift shops and delicatessens, antique furniture stores, and trendy fashion outlets, you might end up going home with more than you bargained for!
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Church Street Marketplace
2 Church Street
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Don’t miss the iconic Church Street Marketplace in Burlington with its open-air mall. With fabulous bookshops, plenty of artisan gift shops and delicatessens, antique furniture stores, and trendy fashion outlets, you might end up going home with more than you bargained for!

Movie Theaters

Essex Cinemas - Delivering the best movie experience to the greater Essex and Burlington areas! We are an all digital movie theater with stadium seating, state-of-the-art sound. (802) 879-6543
Essex Cinemas
21 Essex Way
Essex Cinemas - Delivering the best movie experience to the greater Essex and Burlington areas! We are an all digital movie theater with stadium seating, state-of-the-art sound. (802) 879-6543