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March is Winter at its Finest: Ski Vermont during the Sunniest and Snowiest Month of the Season and Save!

Ski Vermont
February 28, 2013 Take off the bulky mid-winter layer and enjoy the sun and snow of March. As the days get longer and temps warm up, it’s time to enjoy the fruits of winter in the most ideal setting. Vermont ski resorts encourage skiers and riders to come enjoy the already exceptional snow coverage during the snowiest month of the year and take advantage of the late season offers and events. With the state’s 80% snowmaking coverage and the plush snowfall we’ve received this season, we’ll all be skiing and partying right into April.

von Trapp Granddaughter to Visit Hamilton for 'Sound of Music' Show

Hamilton-Wenham Patch
February 27, 2013 One of the granddaughter's of the family that was the real-life inspiration for the "Sound of Music" will be available for questions and answer after a weekend show.

Après-ski? Après Vous: 5 Great Après-ski Traditions on the East Coast

Travel & Leisure
February 25, 2013 Last month I reported on great après-ski traditions at resorts out West. Don't worry, East Coasters, here are four top-notch resorts closer to home, each with an après-ski scene to rival anything in the Rockies.


Wedding Meadow Dream In This Barefoot Trapp Family Lodge Stowe Vermont Wedding

Storyboard Wedding
February 18, 2013 New England weddings are the stuff dreams are made of. Gorgeous lush green ranges, soft babbling brooks, blue skies as far as the eye can see. Vermont plays host to some of the more elegant in New England weddings, with the Trapp Family Lodge handily playing host on their breathtaking grounds. Sarah Logan & Chris Yen celebrated their big day among the Worcester Mountain range, on a spot overlooking some of the more awe inspiring views. After the ceremony, guests were directed to a magical birch forest for cocktails which was then followed up by a softly light tented reception. Sarah & Chris’s wedding day seems almost effortless, filled with full smiles & love.

Gatineau Loppet Skate Skiers Turn Out Despite the Cold – Canada’s Murray Wins Men’s 51k

skitrax.com
February 18, 2013 The sun shone high overhead, but the temperature dipped low all around on the second day of the Gatineau Loppet. Still, everyone was in a great mood, and the participants, which included elite as well as recreational skiers, were eager to get into today’s freestyle races.

Vermont is skiing's king of the East

San Francisco Chronicle
February 15, 2013 Packed. Powder. Packed. Powder. My favorite two consecutive words drum like a mantra in time to my wipers dispersing a swirling flurry of snowflakes from the windshield. It's early January and I'm following the tail end of a monster blizzard from the laid-back lakeside university town of Burlington eastward for an hour to Stowe, where my buddy and I are kicking off a week of skiing our way around northern Vermont.

Trapp Family Lodge Partners with Stowe Land Trust

Green Lodging News
February 13, 2013 STOWE, VERMONT—Trapp Family Lodge has joined with Stowe Land Trust (SLT) to establish a legacy that protects the future of the working landscape in the Stowe region. A one-dollar nightly donation to SLT will help ensure that Stowe’s essential beauty is preserved for the future. Contributions from this partnership will enable SLT to continue its important work of conserving and stewarding Stowe’s farmland, trails, waterfalls and scenic vistas.

Vermont: Nice Place to Visit

New York Post
January 30, 2013 Last year, between my enjoying Australia and Europe, Vermont’s Gov. Peter Shumlin said, “You’ve never visited Vermont.”

Trapp Family Lodge – the Perfect Alpine Resort

Travel New England
January 28, 2013 “The hills are alive…” I don’t know anyone who would not be able to finish this line of music. And the hills, or rather, the mountains, of Vermont are still alive with the renowned von Trapp family history. Nestled on 2,500 acres in the quaint, 200-year old town of Stow, Vermont is the Trapp Family Lodge, a luxury resort that sits on the site of the original farm/lodge established by the von Trapp family who, after their escape from the Nazi regime in Europe, settled there in 1940 and began welcoming guests in 1950

Catamount Trail Association Get Out and Backcountry Ski Festival, Jan 27

vermontbiz.com
January 27, 2013 The Bolton Valley Nordic and Backcountry area is a recreational and natural treasure, and it holds a very special place in the hearts of many Vermonters. With over 90 kilometers of groomed and backcountry trails, the area hosts one of the largest and most beloved Nordic trail systems in the state and offers outstanding recreational opportunity. The Catamount Trail runs directly through the property, and there are connections to other popular backcountry routes and to the Long Trail. The land is also a critically important watershed and wildlife habitat area.
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