The Berkshires Mountains, where our zip line canopy tours take place, are not high as mountains go, maxing out at about 3,500 feet, but they've been around over half a billion years, so they hold a lot of geologic history. Find out what treasures you can find while you're exploring the course!
Well, that was an interesting winter. I'm not sure we really had winter it was more like a really cold mud season in VT. It's finally April and we are about to hit the road on a sweet kayaking trip filled with kayaking and lot's of it! The gas is cheap, we are young (one of us are) and I have a sweet carbon boat by Feather Weight that has been deprived of kayaking and needs to go get wet.
Our Cabin Tents and our Yurt are our most popular lodging accommodations - yes, even more than indoor rooms at our Lodge! - but they’re also the ones we get the most questions about. So what exactly is a Cabin Tent or a Yurt, and which should you book for your trip? Here are some guidelines to help.
Spring is here, and the temperature feels like summer will be here in a heartbeat. But while we wait for temperatures to reach the 80s, there could still be some cool weather ahead. Don’t let that deter you from going out to enjoy the spring sun, though! Just pull these items out of your closet, grab some of our gear, and you’ll be ready to go.
If you're curious about whitewater kayaking, this is the best weekend of the summer to give it a try! These playful whitewater kayaks are a blast, and we're ready to give you the foundation of skills in a comfortable and supportive learning environment. Click Here
Every year, for one day, we get to one of Vermont’s hidden gems - the West River. The West River is a perfect mix of adventure and leisure - it has a little bit more adventure than the Zoar Gap and is a little mellower than the Dryway.