Winter brings delicious comforts and exhilarating pleasures to Vermont. There’s no better way to celebrate the season than a well-planned visit to the Green Mountain State, using the Vermont Chamber 2003 Vermont Winter Guide and the Ski Vermont Map.The dynamic combination of the Guide and the Map points the way to Vermont’s hot spots, on and off the slopes. A variety of visitors will find the Guide invaluable, to learn where to feel the freedom of Vermont’s most thrilling trails, the best places to shop for everything from treats to antiques, and to locate the spas services winter bodies crave.The Vermont Winter Guide will help visitors dream, then help them take care of reality, knowing what to expect from the lodging they choose. At the end of the day, there’s nothing like slipping into an outdoor hot tub while relaxing at a Vermont country inn, legendary for hometown charm and hospitality. The listings in the Vermont Winter Guide will help you find your B & B, country inn, resort, or hotel; the Ski Vermont Map will bring you there.The Resources Section of the Winter Guide presents a portable library that will fit in any suitcase: Alpine and Nordic ski areas; snowmobiling, snowshoeing, dog sledding and ice fishing; maple sugarhouses, museums, and galleries; the Vermont Chamber Top Ten Winter Events, and more. Over highways and back roads, to resorts and beyond, choose entertainment from the Winter Guide to tickle any visitor’s fancy, then turn to the Ski Vermont Map to find the way.The 2003 Vermont Winter Guide, the Ski Vermont Map, and other Vermont information is available free of charge at 1-800-VERMONT or (802) 223-3443, or order information online free of charge from the Vermont Chamber website, www.vtchamber.com(link is external). The Guide tourism listings and editorial are also available on the Vermont Chamber’s website at www.vtchamber.com(link is external).
RelatedPosts Breaking: Arsenal win FA Cup, qualify for Europa League FA Cup semis: Man U draw Chelsea, as Arsenal battle Man City Iwobi: It’s time to live up to hype Arsène Wenger was “extremely honoured” to be inducted into the Legends of Football Hall of Fame on Monday night.An array of stars from the world of football and entertainment attended the glittering event at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House London, where the former Arsenal manager received his 2019 Legends of Football award.They also helped to raise £521,000 for Nordoff Robbins, the music therapy charity supported by the Premier League, and Wenger was delighted by the outcome.“Since leaving Arsenal I received some interesting proposals, however, one invitation that I did not hesitate to accept, and I am extremely honoured to do so, is to receive the 2019 Legends of Football award,” said the three-time Premier League title winner.“I have always enjoyed music and have been excited to be involved in the work Legends of Football does to support Nordoff Robbins, which is a fantastic charity.“Music therapy can change people’s lives, across a broad spectrum of disabilities.”Tags: Arsene WengerFootball Hall of Fame