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Outdoor Recreation 

Check out the Lamoille Chamber's guide to covered bridges.

Catamount Trail Association maintains all 31 sections of the trail that runs the length of Vermont. Ski or snowshoe part or all of it: sections 22-27 run through our area.

Green Mountain Club maintains the Long Trail and offers hiking education and updates. 

Lamoille River Paddlers' Trail is a community effort to develop new opportunities for paddling and fishing along the Lamoille River.

Lamoille Valley Fish and Game Club offers a clubhouse and shooting range.

Lamoille Valley Rail Trail is the longest rail trail in New England and offers walking, cycling, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, and more. 

Stowe Land Trust conserves land that offers recreational benefits to the community. Check out their extensive list of recreational trails and properties.

Stowe Recreation Path is a 5.3 mile paved trail for cycling, walking, and cross country skiing.

Stowe Trails Partnership builds and maintains a world class system of mountain biking trails. 

Trail Finder is an easy site to find just the right trail.

Vermont Association of Snow Travelers (VAST) grooms 4,700 miles of snowmobile trails in Vermont.

Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation maintains a complete compendium of outdoor recreational opportunities. 

Vermont Huts is a four-season hut network for overnight stays across Vermont. 

Vermont State Parks including Elmore State Park.

 

Collective Community Garden

Growing food empowers our communities, but it can be hard to start. Joining a GrowTeam for 2-4 hours a week sets you up with access to land and a garden mentor. Our local GrowTeam will be at Stowe Community Garden, and there is a BIPOC GrowTeam in Winooski. GrowTeams are open to the community, and the most important requirement is that folks are excited to learn to grow food for themselves. Sign up and get more information