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Maple Sugar Houses of Northeastern Vermont

Welcome to a listing of the Northeast Kingdom's sugar houses. That's where they make Vermont Pure Maple Syrup, one of Vermont's primary industries, along with milk production. It takes 40 gallons of sugar maple run-off to make one gallon of pure maple syrup - no sugar added., nor any preservatives or additives.

Maple Sugaring at Valley View Maple in Derby Line, VT

Do you shop online? Look below to find Vermont Sugar houses that sell on line to purchase your Vermont Maple Syrup and Vermont Maple Products directly from the farms and sugar houses that produce them - at manufacturer direct prices! Valley View Maple Products, photo above. website

  • Andersonville Maple website  Shop Online!
  • Bill's Lakeshore Maples website  Shop Online!
  • Border Farm Maples ...more
  • Center Hill Maple website  Shop Online!
  • Couture's Maple Shop/ B & B website  Shop Online!
  • Deer Ridge Maple
  • DnD Sugarwoods Farm website  Shop Online!
  • Echo Hill Farm website
  • Goss Sugar House
  • Jed's Maple Products website  Shop Online!
  • Mountainview Dairy Bed & Breakfast website Farm Stay! Make Your Own!
  • Morey Farms...more  General Information and Recipes!
  • Rowell Sugarhouse website  Open Year Round
  • Valley View Maple Products website  Shop Online

Photo Courtesty of Valley View Maple in Derby Line, VT

Hiking Tips

Hike Safely

  • Water – bring enough, drink often
  • Don’t drink from mountain streams – risk of giardia parasite.
  • Shoes – sturdy cleated soles with good ankle support are recommended
  • Bring clothes for change in weather – wear layers, absorbent underwear
  • If you think you lost the trail, backtrack to where you are sure and try again
  • Lock car and keep valuables out of sight at trailhead parking area.
  • Turn back in bad weather
  • Hike Responsibly
  • Stay on trail
  • Allow ample time
  • Be realistic about your abilities
  • Stay together – keep to pace of slowest hiker
  • Let a responsible party know where you are hiking and when you anticipate returning

Hike Thoughtfully

  • Don’t litter
  • Pick up any litter you see
  • Don’t pick wildflowers
  • Don’t disturb wildlife
  • Be friendly
  • Move deadfall off trail
  • Keep pets under control
  • Don’t cut corners on switchback – it causes erosion
  • Take particular care of vegetation above tree line.

Hiking Tips

  • Double blazes or right angle blazes mean a sudden turn
  • Walking staffs can help the knees, especially going downhill.

Additional items to Bring:

  • Sunscreen
  • Insect repellent
  • Extra socks
  • Whistle
  • Flashlight
  • First aid kit
  • Trash bag
  • Moleskin
  • Binoculars
  • Camera & film
  • Compact rain gear
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