The excellent blog Happy Vermont recently posted a list of Vermont ski trails with wonderful views, and we want to share it with VisitNewEngland.com followers. Remember -- breathe in the mountain air and enjoy the view while you’re at a stop; pay attention to the terrain when you’re moving! (Probably didn’t need to tell you that, eh?) Another great resource is SkiVermont.
Just when it seems that the chill winds of March are going to blow the spirits out of us, Irish Americans rise to the challenge, step onto center stage, and bring the rest of us along for celebrations of St. Patrick’s Day.
The Manchester Business Association,** representing Manchester, Veermont, one of the most beautiful New England places, has cooked up a grand idea for a President’s Day (or week) tour of this historic place: a presidential-themed tour of its great homes, bookstores, and restaurants.
Love and romance can include promises. Why not promise yourself a romantic weekend this coming spring at Blantyne in Lenox, MA? It’s the newest property of the Ocean House Management Collection, which now includes Ocean House (Forbes Triple Five Stars) in Watch Hill, RI, and Weekapaug Inn (Forbes Four Stars) in Westerly, RI.
North Conway is the number-one ski town in North America, and non-skiers can days of outdoor fun here, too. Below are some excellent ideas, stacked from soft-adventure to hard-body caliber.
#ValentinesDay is on the horizon. Make a plan to warm up your winter. How about a sunset walk on Cape Cod and then a cozy overnight? The Cape is glorious in winter; bundle up and go out to explore the vivid colors on the beaches and water. The best restaurants and shops and lodgings are brimming with warmth and activity, but not crowded. Find your romantic lodging and make the mid-winter sparkle with your loved one close by.