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Sandy's Books & Bakery 1 - Local Sites (in Rochester VT) Our full service bakery is actually a store within a store! We make whole grain breads, pastries, bagels, muffins, scones, danish and croissants every day, all from scratch. No par-bakes, no frozen stuff. http://www.seasonedbooks.com/bakery.html 
The Rochester Cafe & County Store 1 - Local Sites (in Rochester VT) Featuring One of Vermont’s Last Remaining Old-Fasioned Soda Fountains! http://rochestercafe.com/ 
The Village Porch Bar & Bistro 1 - Local Sites (in Rochester VT) The porch of 13 School Street gets afternoon sun. Even before Connie and Dean Mendell opened the Village Porch bar and bistro in 2007, the porch was a gathering place. On summer afternoons, somebody always occupied the rocking chair, food was served, beers were sipped. And in accordance with Vermont tradition, traffic was watched. http://www.thevillageporchvt.com/indexVP.html 
Vermont Verde Antique Marble 1 - Local Sites (in Rochester VT) Vermont Verde Antique’s Rochester quarry has been under new ownership since late 2007. The green serpentine marble quarry was purchased by Tom Fabbioli and his family to help expand their existing fabrication business in the Syracuse, NY area and to compliment the 40,000 square foot processing facility he owns in Barre, VT. http://www.vtverde.com/ 
Killington Ski Resort 2 - Ski Areas Killington Resort stretches across six mountains and features 140 diverse trails served by 22 lifts. Killington's elevation advantage, combined with the world’s most extensive 600-acre snowmaking system and 250 inches of annual snowfall, means you’ll enjoy the best ski and snowboard conditions every day of the season! http://www.killington.com/winter/index.html 
Mad River Glen 2 - Ski Areas Mad River Glen first cranked up its now famous Single Chair on December 11, 1948. Roland Palmedo, the founder and an original investor at Stowe, envisioned a ski area where sport not profit would be the overriding concern. Roland believed that " …a ski area is not just a place of business, a mountain amusement park, as it were. Instead it is a winter community whose members, both skiers and area personnel, are dedicated to the enjoyment of the sport." Mad River Glen developed over the years with this vision of community as its foundation.  http://www.madriverglen.com/ 
Middlebury College Snow Bowl 2 - Ski Areas Home to the storied Middlebury College Ski Team, in Middlebury, VT http://www.middlebury.edu/about/facilities/snow_bowl 
Okemo Mountain Resort 2 - Ski Areas Rising above the village of Ludlow, in south-central Vermont, Okemo Mountain Resort is a four-season playground that built its reputation for quality and superior guest service as a winter retreat for skiers and snowboarders. http://www.okemo.com/okemowinter/ 
Pico Mountain 2 - Ski Areas The Pike, Pico’s longest trail, begins at the summit and ends outside the base lodge. From the summit, skiers and riders can also try the blue square 49er, or winding and narrow black diamond trails like Summit Glades, Upper KA and Sunset 71. More experienced skiers and riders can take a shot at the mountain’s steepest trail, Giant Killer - a double black diamond. For the glade skiing and riding enthusiasts, Pico offers tree skiing on Doozie and Birch Woods. http://www.picomountain.com/site/index.html 
Sugarbush Ski Resort 2 - Ski Areas With two mountains, 3 terrain parks, tons of gladed areas and the 2,000 acre Slide Brook Wilderness area, there’s no question that Sugarbush is one of the best Vermont ski areas! Combine that with our acclaimed Ski & Ride School programs from the Adventure Learning Center, 5 high-speed quads and famous customer service, and there’s no doubt where the best ski resort is this winter! http://www.sugarbush.com/ 
Suicide Six 2 - Ski Areas Suicide Six is one of the most family-friendly ski areas in Vermont. With 30% beginner, 40% intermediate and 30% advanced slope ratings, there's a safe trail for the skier of every age and ability. And the men and women of our Ski Patrol are readily available to assist you in choosing the trail that best matches your ability. http://suicide6.com/ 
Green Mountain National Golf Course 3 - Golfing While Vermont has some of the finest golf courses in Northeast, none can match the beauty and design of Green Mountain National Golf Course in Killington. Ranked the No. 1 public golf course in Vermont, No. 2 overall, our exceptional layout and dedication to service offers a great experience for golfers of all ability levels. http://www.gmngc.com/index.php 
Okemo Valley Golf Course 3 - Golfing The Okemo Valley Golf Course is Vermont's first Heathland-style course and is unlike any other resort course in New England. It's truly golf in its purest form. Enjoy our fully stocked pro shop and Willie Dunn's Grille, a full-service restaurant overlooking the 18th green. http://www.okemo.com/okemosummer/ 
Sugarbush Resort Golf Club 3 - Golfing Take a swing at our Robert Trent Jones, Sr. masterpiece. Jones’ legendary talent is apparent in every one of the 18 holes at Sugarbush Golf Club. Designed with respect for the natural setting and its breathtaking vistas, our par-71 course is as beautiful as the game itself. http://www.sugarbush.com/summer/resort-activities/golf 
White River Golf Club in Rochester, VT 3 - Golfing All golf courses are "landscaped" works of art. Many have been architecturaly designed by professionals with long lists of accreditations. White River Golf Course is situated on top of what once was a glacial lake. The river and it's tributaries designed the course after thousdands of years of erosion and deposition. Rising up from the banks of the river is the spine of Vermont's Green Mountains. The property is truly a natural work of art provided by Mother Nature. http://www.whiterivergolf.com/ 
Woodstock Golf Club 3 - Golfing Woodstock Golf Club opened in the spring of 1929. Nestled in the Hudson River Valley, about 100 miles north of New York City, the private club stands at the gateway to the famous small town of Woodstock, N.Y. A round of golf on the nine-hole course (which measures 5,456 yards for 18 holes) begins and ends with a walk over the Sawkill Creek. As it winds its scenic way beneath the slopes of Overlook Mountain, the course offers a worthy test of skill to golfers of all abilities. http://woodstockgolf.com/ 
Moss Glen Falls, Granville, VT 4 - Waterfalls and Cascades The is likely the most photogenic waterfall in the state of Vermont. While others are taller or greater in volume, this waterfall has a grace and style that can't be matched. Deer Hollow Brook shoots through a narrow rocky gap and leaps over a roughly hewn wall of schist. The texture of the rock wall directs the waters in many graceful streams in periods of low to moderate water.  http://www.northeastwaterfalls.com/waterfall.php?num=252&p=0 
Texas Falls, Hancock, VT 4 - Waterfalls and Cascades Texas Falls has long been a favorite Green Mountain National Forest attraction; a waterfall visited by many and seen in books and photographs by thousands more. If the falls look similar, they should. Hundreds of postcards, hiking guides, and portraits of Vermont have included Texas Falls. So although you may not have had the chance to visit this classic waterfall, its structure may seem familiar to you.  http://www.newenglandwaterfalls.com/waterfall.php?name=Texas%20Falls 
Green Mountain Long Trail 5 - Hiking and Walking Built by the Green Mountain Club between 1910 and 1930, the Long Trail is the oldest long-distance trail in the United States. The Long Trail follows the main ridge of the Green Mountains from the Massachusetts-Vermont line to the Canadian border as it crosses Vermont's highest peaks. It was the inspiration for the Appalachian Trail, which coincides with it for one hundred miles in the southern third of the state. https://www.greenmountainclub.org/page.php?id=2 
Green Mountain National Forest  5 - Hiking and Walking The Forest's diverse landscapes range from the rugged, exposed heights of the Green Mountains to quiet, secluded hollows in the Wilderness. The Green Mountain National Forest has grown - tract by tract - to more than 400,000 acres that stretch across nearly two-thirds the length of Vermont. The mission of the Forest is to sustain, protect and enhance forest ecosystems. http://www.fs.fed.us/r9/forests/greenmountain/htm/greenmountain/g_home.htm 
Quechee State Park 5 - Hiking and Walking Welcome to Quechee State Park. Its location along US Route 4, and its proximity to many Upper-Valley attractions make the park a popular tourist destination. Hundreds of thousands of visitors stop each year to take in the breathtaking views of the Quechee Gorge. Other visitors seeking an overnight stay enjoy the easy access to the park’s spacious campsites.  http://www.vtstateparks.com/htm/quechee.htm 
Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory in Waterbury 6 - Fun and Interesting Stuff Find out about Vermont's most famous ice cream makers! http://www.benjerry.com/ 
Billings Farm & Museum 6 - Fun and Interesting Stuff Explore one of the finest operating dairy farms in America and a museum of Vermont's rural past – your gateway to Vermont's rural heritage. Billings Farm features many aspects of farm work, including care of the Jersey cows and other livestock, milking of the herd, crop rotation, and feed production.  http://www.billingsfarm.org/ 
Cabot Creamery Annex in Waterbury 6 - Fun and Interesting Stuff Our company blends state-of-the-art facilities and a savvy entrepreneurial spirit, with the timeless values a personal commitment to quality that comes from being 100% owned by our farm families. http://www.cabotcheese.coop/pages/visit_us/cabot_annex.php 
Cold Hollow Cider Mill 6 - Fun and Interesting Stuff We pack 12 pounds of apples into one gallon of our fresh Vermont apple cider! Our old-fashioned "rack and cloth press" squeezes the McIntosh apple at it's finest moment so we can place that taste in a bottle. Our cider syrup is the secret ingredient to many of our all natural specialty foods and onsite bakery. http://www.coldhollow.com/ 
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