Tour Category: NEK Vermont Itineraries

Caledonia Spirits
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Caledonia Spirits

Our craft distillery is located in Caledonia County, Vermont and inspired by the views from atop the Barr Hill Nature Preserve. Caledonia Spirits was founded on a vision to support working landscapes and local agriculture by making Barr Hill craft spirits from regional raw materials.

Cellars at Jasper Hill Farm
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Cellars at Jasper Hill Farm

Jasper Hill is a working dairy farm with an on-site creamery in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. An underground aging facility maximizes the potential of cheeses made by the creamery, as well as those made by other local producers. Leftover whey from the cheesemaking process is fed to heritage breed pigs, roaming the woodlands beyond the cows' pasture. Jasper Hill's mission is to make the highest possible quality products in a way that supports Vermont's working landscape. We are driven to be the standard bearer of quality and innovation in the artisan cheese industry while promoting our regional taste of place. 

Kingdom Games
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Kingdom Games

What a unique way to see the Northeast Kingdom then experiencing the Kingdom Games on Lake Memphremagog in Newport, Vt. From pond hockey tournaments to a winter swim festival, the Kingdom Games is an unique way to enjoy Lake Memphremagog. 2018 Kingdom Games Schedule of Events On line registration now open February 10, 11, 2018...

Unique Outdoor Experiences
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Unique Outdoor Experiences

Dog Sledding An adventure like no other!! Kids of all ages will get a thrill leading a team of sled dogs through the beautiful white landscape of a Northeast Kingdom winter. Montgomery Adventures by Mountain Haven Sled Dogs offers sled dog tours for all ages and price ranges. You can even try your hand at...

Snowshoeing
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Snowshoeing

There are several nordic centers in the Kingdom that machine-groom miles of tracks for classic and skate skiing — and snowshoers are always welcome! Kingdom Trails in East Burke offers beautiful views and 25 kilometers of trails, visit Kingdom Cross-Country Trails on nearby Darling Hill Rd. You’ll find 85 kilometers of trails at Craftsbury Outdoor Center in scenic Craftsbury. In Montgomery, Hazen’s...

Hiking the Northeast Kingdom
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Hiking the Northeast Kingdom

There are 75,000 acres of public forest park lands in the Northeast Kingdom and another one million acres of forest. Whether you want to take a short bog walk or climb to elevations of over 2,000 feet, there is a trail for everyone.   To follow are some of the most popular hiking spots in the...

Ice Skating
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Ice Skating

What better way to spend a winter afternoon than to pack up the kids, lace up the skates and head to the nearest frozen lake, pond or skating arena. Chester Arena in Lyndonville offers public skating on weekends and more often during holiday weeks. In St. Johnsbury the Recreation Department maintains two outdoor rinks. One is at the Four Seasons Park at the corner of Main and Winter Streets. The other is on Portland Street near the Concord Avenue intersection.  If you're headed further North, visit the Newport City Skating Rink on Gardner Park Rd. in Newport.

Arts and Culture
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Arts and Culture

The Northeast Kingdom is a region where simplicity overshadows technology, and the tapestry of hills, trees, lakes, and villages provides inspiration for artists, craftspeople, writers, and musicians. A stroll through the galleries, museums, studios, and workshops will reveal the influence of time and tradition on the creative spirit that has taken root here.

Memphremagog South Bay Canoe Trail
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Memphremagog South Bay Canoe Trail

Paddle the South Bay, a small, shallow appendage of Lake Mempremagog, beautifully surrounded by low hills and known for exceptional birding. The bay is fed by the Black and Barton Rivers, both of which run through the South Bay Wildlife Management Area. These rivers offer a fun side paddle to explore the quiet waters where...

Island Pond Canoe Trail
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Island Pond Canoe Trail

Island Pond and the Upper Clyde River In Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom lies the village – and the lake – of Island Pond. Island Pond also serves as the headwaters for the Clyde River, which flows 40 miles northwest to Lake Memphremagog. The area is rich in wildlife and is known for its abundant and diverse...