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Gina learns how to handle a team of Siberian Huskies by taking the Mushing 101 class offered by Ken Haggett of Peace Pups Dog Sledding.

dogs, winter sports

Skiing and snowboarding are two ways to get through Vermont's long winters but there are dozens of other things you can do to enjoy the season. A growing number of enthusiasts are digging in to...


Barbara Cochran is a member of the famous Skiing Cochrans family. Cochran's Ski Area was established in 1961 when Mickey and Ginny...


Cross the border into Bedford, Quebec with two brothers whose love of an ancient sport is beginning to take hold with competitors of all ages and abilities when we learn about burning, bumping,...


Set amid 6,000 private wooded acres, with a base elevation of 2,100 feet, Bolton Valley provides 165 acres of ski-able terrain with 6 lifts and 61 trails. It’s summit is at 3,150 feet with a...


Find out how top snowboarder competitors stay in shape and work their signature moves during the off-season when we catch up with three, young national snowboarding champs from the Mount Mansfield...


For many Vermonters in the early 1900's being a successful hunter was the difference between having food on the table or going hungry. Snowshoe hare was a popular meat for the pot during the...


The Catamount Trail winds for 300 miles through Vermont up to the Canadian border and does for those on cross-country skis and snowshoes what the Long Trail does for hikers. It provides a winter...


Snowshoeing is one of the fastest growing winter sports. If you can walk, you can snowshoe. The old image of big wooden tennis racket snowshoes has given way to the lightweight, metal variety that...

winter sports

Muzzle-loading guns were an important tool for survival for early Vermonters. Today, the allure of the ball-firing muzzleloader has caught on with a whole new generation of hunters and shooting...


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