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Woodstock, Vermont

If your Spring Break falls around mid- to late-March, head up to Woodstock, Vermont. Here you can take a few days to watch maple sugaring, hike, visit the Raptor Center's collection of birds of prey at the Vermont Institute of Natural Science, and maybe even take in some skiing at Killington. There's much to do in this area.

Demonstrations of maple sugaring can be found at the Billings Farm and Museum www.billingsfarm.org (802-457-2355) or at Sugarbush Farm www.sugarbushfarm.com(800-281-1757), less than five miles from Woodstock. Rent bikes and enjoy cycling along the paths crossing covered bridges, take a horseback riding trip with horses rented from the Kedron Valley Inn Stables in South Woodstock (802-457-1480), or go hiking in Quechee Gorge State Park.

If you're looking for a great place to stay in the area, check out the Woodstock Inn and Resort www.woodstockinn.com(800-448-7900). This beautiful white Colonial-style Inn offers guest beautiful rooms, great service, and free weekday passes and shuttle service to the close-by Suicide Six ski area (not as scary as it sounds). Other ski areas, such as Killington, Pico, and Okemo are also within driving distance for great day trips.











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