6 Days in Vermont, USA

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Paddle 5 Rivers in Northern Vermont

This is a 5 Night, 6 Day trip which we spend canoeing the rivers of northern Vermont in New England, USA.

We will explore and canoe the Winooski, the Lamoille, the Missisquoi, the Black River and the White Rivers as we travel and enjoy the beautiful countryside and small towns and villages as we go. In the Fall (Autumn) we will of course witness the splendour of colours for which this region is famous.

Vermont is a beautiful State of mountains, valleys and rolling hills best observed from a river. Our Inn-to-Inn Vermont Trip is a classic adventure. Canoe the best of Vermont as we move from river to river and inn to inn. Our days are simple and loosely structured, and our evenings at the inns are relaxed and laid-back.

We met first at the Three Stallions Inn, in a country setting near the quiet village of Randolph.

The rivers are easy paddling and suitable for families and less experienced paddlers alike. The emphasis on this trip is to enjoy the rich history and natural history of the region from the unique viewpoint of the river.

Everyday we will stop for a fabulous picnic lunch and in the evenings we will enjoy dinner in the small family run hotels where we are staying.

Full trip details are here. The Brochure is currently in preparation.

These are our scheduled date for this season, but if you are a group of 4 or more you can choose your own dates and we will do our best to fit you in.

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Here are some images from the tour.

 

A Green River Canoes Poster: http://goo.gl/GRZBSF © Steven R House 2014

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