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Lodging for Northeastern Vermont

Lodging and Accommodations in Vermont's Northeastern Corner

The Wildflower Inn in Lynburke, VT, On the Kingdom Trails, the VAST Trail and minutes to Burke Mountain and Lake Willoughby.Throughout Vermont's Northeast Kingdom you'll find quaint country inns, bed & breakfasts serving pure VT maple syrup as well as finer lodging including vacation homes with cathedral ceilings, Jacuzzis and fireplaces with extended hearths.

What's Nearby?

Comfort Inn & Suites in St. Johnsbury, VT on the VAST TrailWherever you might stay in Northeastern Vermont, also known as the "lakes region", you will certainly be near a lake or two, if not more, or the Trout River, Clyde River or Connecticut River.  Lakes and rivers in Northeastern Vermont are unpolluted, suitable for swimming, boating and other water sports. ...More 

The fish are edible and, in fact, are readily fished for sustenance by Vermonters and visitors alike. 

VAST Trail Accommodations

Vacation Properties at Snobowl Properties in Jay, VT

Most facilities listed in this directory are either located on the VAST Trail or have access to it.  The listings that you find will give you an indication. What you will need is your VAST TMA.  Some area businesses sell VAST TMAs, however, local snowmobile clubs also have VAST TMA Registrations available....More

Area Accommodations

Northeastern Vermont is home to two ski resorts, the Jay Peak Ski Resort and the Burke Mountain Ski Resort. Both offer superb accommodations, and, as an economical choice visitors also choose to stay at nearby inns, motels and bed & breakfasts or rent a vacation property from our local realtors or rental agents.

The Jay Peak Resort

Wherever you stay, you will find some northern hospitality, Mother Nature's exquisitely carved frontier, wildlife and an abundance of outdoor sports activities.

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Rails to Rails Moves Forward

Travelers May Enjoy The Connect

Here, in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, green goes mobile as the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail extends its reach from St. Johnsbury to Danville, VT. 

A project designed to revitalize the economy by way of recycling an existing rail trail into a four season tourist trek for hikers, bikers, horseback riders, snowmobilers, cross country skiers and the like, is picking up steam.

The Lamoille Valley Rail Trail organization oversees this effort and the combined work of the VAST organization and VT Transit Authority who made this project possible.

This October 11th a 75 foot bridge was lowered over Vernon St. in St. Johnsbury that connects the town to West Danville via trail. 

The trail is currently available to non motorized travelers who may walk, bike or horseback ride its .4 gradient elevation south to West Danville. Those who enjoy a long walk might appreciate the trail's modest slope that will encompass most of its length.

This winter, snowmobilers, cross country skiers and snow shoe-ers may travail this path for the first time.

In west Danville, another bridge is expected to be completed this month. This spring, the work will continue its reach towards Hardwick, VT.

Construction began this spring with these two bridges, as the LVRT received its ACT 250 permit for the first phase of this three phase project. 

The project, when completed, will allow a 93.2 mile trek from St. Johnsbury to Swanton, VT. It’s $9.5 million cost is funded, in part, by the VAST Organization and a 5.2 million Federal grant with supporters covering 20%.

The project is expected to bring business to towns and businesses via the connect as travelers will enjoy the hotels, inns and restaurants along the way.

This effort is a part of a country wide effort to revitalize regions by way of existing rail trails no longer in use.

Marcia Horne 10/20/2013


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