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Ski, Snowboard & Snowshoeing

Winter in Vermont can be quite magical. There are several winter sports areas and mountains surrounding The Lodge.

Ski Resort Landscape

Whole Hearted Healing & Shooting Stars Gallery

Conveniently located ~ 1 mile off of Route 30 and just minutes from The Lodge, Whole Hearted Healing offers services to help enhance your health, & happiness with Feng Shui, Reiki (for People or Pets) and Fine Photography. 

Relax and rejuvenate with a Reiki treatment in the Reiki Room and then browse the Shooting Stars gallery for original art, heartfelt gifts and unique wares from local artists and local creators.


Please call ahead to schedule an appointment: 802-365-9840 


Rock River Preservation

Rock River Preservation is a local and popular Vermont swimming hole. Being only 6.5 miles from the Lodge you can enjoy fun in the sun on the river! 


Retreat Farm & Grafton Village Cheese in Brattleboro

The Retreat Farm offers unique weekly events where you can visit baby animals, walk the trails, and enjoy authentic farm experiences. Located next to the Retreat Farm is Grafton Village Cheese where you can buy handcrafted raw milk cheese. Come and visit these two great places! 


Townshend State Park and Lake

Only 3 miles away is the Townshend State Forest and Park, a beautiful place to hike and enjoy nature. Further down the road is the Townshend Lake where you can enjoy swimming and only 4.1 miles away from The Lodge


Local Food and Eats

Local Restaurants and eateries are Big Foot Coffee, The Fat Crow, Andrea's Table and The Tavern at The Four Columns Inn, The Newfane Store, Lyssie’s Haven, Harmonyville Country Store, and The Riverbend Farm Market. 


Friesians of Majesty

The largest Friesian Horse breeding farm in the US, located in Townshend VT on 650-acres. They offer retreats, riding lessons and even Sleigh Rides in the Winter! Check them out, they are by appointment only. Pictured below is their featured Mare "Ymkje", absolutely stunning! 


VAST Snowmobile Trails

Vermont is home to some extensive interconnected snowmobile trails. Trails open December 16th and close in mid April. The Lodge is just minutes from trail access!  For information on what you need to snowmobile in Vermont visit the VAST website

Snowmobile plowing
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