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As you prepare for your winter visit to Vermont, be sure to include some of the needed essentials onto your checklist. Don’t forget your gloves, and if you leave your good scarf behind, it’ll be a major regret. While the winter season in Vermont can yield frosty temperatures, there will still be a wide range of excellent things to see and do – from the skiing to the state parks, and everything in between.
In the northern region of Vermont you’ll find two premier destinations – Burlington and South Burlington. Explore this area during your stay and check out the Burlington Town Center, Church Street Marketplace, and you can even embark on a campus tour a the University of Vermont. Many guests also enjoy unique, and always cold, drinks at the Magic Hat Brewing Company.
Throughout the winter season in Vermont, you’ll have nearly unlimited chances to hit the slopes. Whether you prefer downhill, snowboarding, or cross-country, Vermont has what you seek – check out the Killington Ski Resort found just to the east of Rutland, and the Cochran Ski Area is a must.
South Burlington’s premier event venue is, arguably, Higher Ground. Plan your visit to South Burlington for January 24th and head for the Higher Ground for your chance to see Ty Herndon live on stage. Multi-platinum and Grammy-nominated, Herndon has taken the world of country music by storm – even though his career started in 1995. His show at Higher Ground starts at 8 p.m., and tickets are available now for as little as $32.
Be sure to get your fill of college hockey when you visit Vermont this winter. On February 24th visit the Gutterson Fieldhouse starting at 7:05 p.m. to see the University of Vermont Catamounts take on the Merrimack College Warriors.
Enjoy a bit of live music during your late winter romp through Burlington. Head for the Fletcher Free Library on March 11th to see a live performance from Black Mountain Symphony. Their show starts at 7 p.m.
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