The Lamoille Valley Rail Trail serves up a look at northern Vermont's mountains and waterways.

Riding a Sweet Piece of Vermont

There were delicious, dark, ledgy, and mossy rock cuts. Going through a tunnel, a motion sensor illuminated the false night above a wooden boardwalk. The swampy side of a kidney-shaped pond loaded with camps and cottages—not far from a small wooden covered footbridge—was part… More »

Ledges on Mount Resolution. Image by Marty Basch.

Resolution Helps on Mount Resolution

Nathaniel T.P. Davis must have been as hardened as the granite surrounding him. The son-in-law of Abel and Hannah Crawford, members of the pioneering family that brought trails, hotels and visitors to the rugged northern New Hampshire notch that bears his in-law’s name, had an… More »

Bill Enos. Image courtesy USSA.

Legendary Snowboard Coach Enos Retires

Bill Enos helped shape the careers of snowboarders like Sage Kotsenburg, Jamie Anderson, Chas Gouldemond, and Ty Walker. A former US Snowboarding team member, he competed at the World Cup level. He got athletes ready for competitions like the Olympics, Winter Dew Tour, X Games,… More »

The changing of the leaves attracts hikers to the mountains. Image by Marty Basch.

Hike to These Northeastern Peaks This Autumn

When it comes to foliage, the northeastern United States attracts the masses. With millions of people driving from hubs like Boston, New York and Philadelphia, hikers are looking to step up to some of the finest vantage points around during Mother Nature’s annual… More »