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The Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, also known as the Lakes Region of Vermont, has several area attractions that attract visitors year round. 

Jay Peak, The VAST Trail, Lake Willoughby and area lakes are just a part of the area's four season tour de force.

A Photo of Crystal Lake from Lakeview Cabins in Barton, VT.Remote, picturesque with prominent mountain ranges that parade the skyline and miles of untouched wilderness, Northeastern Vermont offers opportunities in real estate for home, business and investment.

Feel free to contact local realtors for information concerning residential properties, vacation properties, property management, also land, condominiums and farm.  Though remote, the region offers a full spectrum of real estate, including palatial estates surrounded by hundreds of acres of land.

Artful Eye Condominiums

Four units in downtown historic St. Johnsbury, VT - retail and residential use. Listed by William Raveis Real Estate. ...More

Century 21 Farm & Forest

Residential - Commercial - Land - Waterfront -  Multifamily - Farms - Condominiums - Rentals - Auctions

  • Derby, VT - Phone: 800-273-5371/802-334-1200
  • Burke, VT Phone: 802-626-4222

Great Northern Land Company 

Residential - Commercial - Land - Waterfront -  Multifamily - Farms - Condominiums - Rentals

  • Jay, VT - Office:  802-323-7400   Specializing in Jay Peak Properties

Hidden Country

Residential apartments and homes for country living at Hidden Country. Availability may be limited. Please contact call 802-744-6149 for more information. ...More

People's Plaza Commercial Real Estate

Well maintained multi unit plaza on well travelled VT Route 105 in Richford, VT. 10,000 square feet, 9.5 acres.  Asking $650,000. ...More



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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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