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Finding Easy Walks Along the Way in Vermont


You never know what you might find…just off the road, traveling through Smugglers Notch

As I work on finishing up my book, “How to Find Easy Walks Wherever You Are,” when we travel to unfamiliar places, I am reminded of important points made in the book. These are some of the concepts I have found to be helpful: be willing to explore; be willing to turn around; learn to read maps; use the internet; and tell everyone you are looking for Easy Walks. We used nearly all these principles on our most recent trip to Vermont. Continue reading

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Climbing Mountains in Vermont the Easy Way


Farmland, Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks, from the top of Mt. Philo

While visiting Vermont recently, we had the chance to scale two different mountains. Well, by car, that is, since mountain climbing of any sort is not on my “Easy Walks” skill list. We were in the Burlington area, and when headed down Rt. 7 south of Burlington, we spotted the sign for Mt. Philo State Park, and my husband thought there was an auto road to the top of this rather small (968 ft. in elevation) mountain. Continue reading

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Easy Walks Visits the Island Line Trail in Vermont


Sunset views of the Adirondacks from the Island Line Trail

Our new tandem bike is finished and this was our first “overnight” trip, meaning transporting the bike and everything else we need to travel with. We had heard about a railtrail that crosses Lake Champlain and it looked amazing. Making the time for a 4-day weekend, we set off, to see what we could see. Continue reading

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