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Adventure Guide to Vermont, 2nd edition (Hunter Travel by Elizabeth L. Dugger

By Elizabeth L. Dugger

This event advisor to Vermont covers mountain climbing, cycling, canoeing, tenting, horseback driving, diving and snowboarding, in addition to the fundamental wishes of visitors resembling the place to stick, eating places, procuring, getting round and sightseeing.

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Wilmington centers on the crossroads of the two highways, Routes 9 and 100. ), where there are listings of lodgings and dining, as well as a walking tour leaflet that details town history. Wilmington dates back to the 1700s, a settlement formed around grist mills on the Deerfield River. Just west of town is Lake Whit- Southeastern Gateway The village of Marlboro itself is quiet in winter, but blossoms into a peaceful rural retreat of mountain views, fishing waters, antique shops, and crafts studios.

40 n Touring far from the center of town, it passes the rolling meadows and imposing stone tower that are part of the Brattleboro Retreat, one of the oldest psychiatric hospitals in the United States (founded in 1834). The tower is surrounded by pleasant walking trails. You can park on Route 30 by Linden Lodge and walk the marked path to the tower in the daytime. If you head south instead, go all the way to Vernon on Route 142 to find the Connecticut River fish ladder at the New England Power Company station.

The canoe touring center also offers repairs, paddling advice, and complimentary car racks. Farther up the Putney Road (Route 5) is a strip of chain stores, restaurants, and entertainment businesses, which would look much like any other business area except for some interesting eateries tucked into the mix. See Where To Eat on page 72 for details. Another northbound road out of the center of Brattleboro is Route 30, which leads to some of the state’s most picturesque villages. Before it gets Southeastern Gateway Another downtown road to explore is Elliott Street, where the town’s second brewery is open seven days a week.

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