2023 Extended Trips

We are now accepting deposits for the 2023 season’s 13 trips.

As always, deposits submitted before our “Early Deposit Date” are subject to a lottery.  This year’s date for deposits to have arrived in our PO box is August 1, 2022.  A lottery, as needed, will be held on August 29, 2022.  Our full lottery policy is detailed on our Lottery Procedure for Overbooked Trips page.

Other COVID-19 considerations:

Although many of the restrictions imposed because of the COVID-19 pandemic are being lifted in many parts of the country, some jurisdictions (including Canada) may still have restrictions in place at the time of our scheduled trips. While we are hopeful that the situation will improve, our options will be greatly expanded if each of us is fully vaccinated.

A few reminders:

  • You must be a club member to participate in our trips.
  • Our extended trips are not intended to provide alpine skiers with expedient access to downhill slopes. By custom, on longer trips, a day or two of downhill skiing is acceptable.
  • The full, published deposit amount is required to make a reservation.
  • Indicate exactly which trip(s) your deposit(s) are intended for.
    (As wise and experienced as he is, our Treasurer still has difficulty divining your unstated intentions.)
  • Make your checks payable to “Kick ‘n Gliders” and send them to:
    P.O. Box 1353, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055(Do not send payments to trip leaders!)
  • Contact Trip Leaders for further details on a trip.
  • Trip finance policy is detailed on our Finances Policy page.

We look forward to another great season of skiing. Please be sure to thank our Trip Leaders for all their hard work organizing and planning this year’s trips. And, consider leading a trip yourself next year!

Craftsbury #1, VT – December 28, 2022 – January 1, 2023

Leader:                  David LeRoy and Nancy Kauhl



Lodging:                4 nights

Trip Capacity:        36 people

Deposit:                 $150 per person

Deposit Due:          November 15, 2022

Total Cost:            $430 per person

Balance Due:         December 15, 2022

We open the season with a trip to Craftsbury, Vermont.  Craftsbury Outdoor Center is located in a beautiful rural area of Northern Vermont – as picturesque as the scenes included in calendars.  The Craftsbury Outdoor Center is a complete ski center with a nice dormitory, kitchen, dining room, a small store and trail system.  The dorm has comfortable rooms for two and the kitchen prepares great tasting locally-sourced healthy meals.  The expertly groomed trails leave from the ski center where rentals, lessons and snowshoe trails are also available.  The Catamount Trail passes through the ski touring center and extends south to the Massachusetts border and north to the Canadian border.  With these amenities, it is possible to park your car in the parking lot and not move it from the time you arrive until its time to leave for home.  If you would like a change of scene, you may drive less than an hour to Stowe, Vermont, home of the famous Trapp Family Lodge where the hills are alive with the sound of cross-country skiers.

Craftsbury, Vermont is about 500 miles from south-central Pennsylvania.  Because it is at least an 8½ hour drive, some of us drive part way the day before the trip so we can arrive at Craftsbury around noon and ski in the afternoon of the first day.

The $430 cost includes your lodging, three meals a day for four days, and trail fees.  This season opener is quite popular so make a deposit to reserve your space as soon as you decide to join us for this New Year’s trip.

Quebec City, QC, Canada – January 1 – 6, 2023

Leader:                  David Walborn



Lodging:                5 nights

Trip Capacity:        20 (expandable if rooms are available)

Deposit:                 $200

Deposit Due:          November 15, 2022

Total Cost:             $410

Balance Due:         December 15, 2022

NOTE: A current passport is mandatory for crossing the US – Canada border.

We last visited Old Quebec City, Canada, in 2018 during the Winter Carnival. In 2023 our visit does not coincide with the carnival. Hotel rooms during that celebration were very difficult to find (in a search prior to the Trip Planning Meeting) If an offer for a block of rooms did come through, it was too expensive and not in a prime location.

This year, preserving one beloved KnG tradition, we will again be staying at the Hotel Clarendon within the 17th century walls of picturesque Old Quebec City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Within easy walking distance of the Clarendon many Old City attractions showcase over 400 years of city life: a “European” sojourn minus the air fares.

Two breakfasts at the Clarendon are included in the price. All other meals, parking ($82.50 for 6 days) and ski passes are extra. (There have been group discounts and even senior discounts for all at ski centers when the group included many seniors).

Duchesnay, Camp-Mercier, and Mont-Sainte-Anne afford extensive networks of lovely, impeccably groomed albeit wide green and blue trails. The Plains d’Abraham, a city park just beyond the city walls, offers, within walking distance, groomed trails overlooking the St. Lawrence River.

For those driving from Harrisburg the distance is 670 miles. If driving from Craftsbury, the distance is 209 miles.

Allegany State Park, NY – January 15 – 19, 2023

Leader:                   Bill Hoffman

                              (717) 560-3636

                              (717) 490-3839 cell


Lodging:                 4 nights

Trip Capacity:          9, less if there are singles

Deposit:                  $175

Deposit Due:           November 15, 2022

Total Cost:              $375

Balance Due:          December 15, 2022

After being rained out of last year’s trip, we’re going to try again, as Allegany State Park has beautiful groomed trails.

We will again be staying at Tarry Here, a Victorian home in Salamanca. It has 5 bedrooms, each with a queen bed, and 5 baths, and we’ll be able to prepare our own meals. So while the capacity of the house is nominally 10 people, it’s actually no more than 9, since I as leader will occupy one of the rooms, and might end up being less. So don’t delay signing up if you want to try a new venue.

Allegany is the largest state park in New York and borders Pennsylvania. However, all the ski trails are in one area so there’s no shuttling back and forth to other venues. There are two downhill ski centers nearby in Ellicottville that also have nordic trails. We may try one of them if we exhaust the offerings at ASP.

Salamanca is about a 4-hour drive from Harrisburg, 4-1/2 from Lancaster—less than it takes to drive to the Tug Hill area, although it’s not all on freeways.

Cazenovia, NY – January 19 – 22, 2023

Leader:                  Bill Hoffman

                              (717) 560-3636

                              (717) 490-3839 cell


Lodging:                3 nights

Trip Capacity:        10 people, may be expandable

Deposit:                 $175 per person

Due:                       November 15, 2022

Total Cost:             $350

Balance Due:         December 15, 2022

The Cazenovia trip returns by popular demand. This trip combines an old favorite ski venue, Highland Forest County Park, with three other opportunities, Stoney Pond State Forest, Green Lakes State Park, and Beaver Lake Nature Center. The charming village of Cazenovia is a short (<10 miles) drive from all ski venues except Beaver Lake. It is situated on little-known Cazenovia Lake, 20 miles southeast of Syracuse.

We’ll be staying, as usual, at the Brae Loch Inn, which everyone who has attended this trip raves about. The innkeeper’s family has owned the house since its opening in 1946. All rooms have private bath and shower, color TV, individual heat control, and phones. The house is wired for Wi-fi. The Inn serves an ample continental breakfast, with more than enough food to fuel you for a day of skiing. The offerings include fruit, yogurt, cereal, muffins, and often one or two quiches. We will eat one dinner at the Inn (not included in the trip price), and the other at one of the restaurants within walking distance in town.

Highland Forest is in the extreme southeastern corner of Onondaga County and occupies some of the highest terrain in that county (up to 1600 feet elevation). That means it’s in a good position to capture lake effect snows. The trails are groomed, and there is a modest entry fee. There is more skiing here than you can do in one day, with a full range of terrain. The park has an indoor eating area in a recently-built lodge.

Other nearby ski venues:

Stoney Pond—ungroomed back-country trails in the town(ship) of Nelson, a few miles southeast of Caz. Skiing here is free, and the trails are, in general, more demanding than those at Highland, mainly because they aren’t groomed and are narrower. No food concession here; bring your own.

Green Lakes, a few miles north of Fayetteville, has level and hilly trails, and there is no parking or admission charge in the winter. The park’s trails can easily fill a day of skiing. As at Stoney Pond, bring your own food.

Beaver Lake is located near Baldwinsville, about a 30-mile drive from Caz. The skiing here is quite tame but we have found that snow is sometimes better here than at venues closer to Caz. There is a modest entry fee here.

The trip fee includes lodging, breakfasts and gratuity. Fees at the venues that have them are not included. Caz is about a 5-hour drive from Harrisburg or Lancaster, up I-81 almost to Syracuse, then 20 miles east.

Tailwater Lodge, Altmar, NY – January 22-26, 2023

Leader:                  Sandy Stine



Lodging:                4 nights

Trip Capacity:        20+ (can be expanded)

Reservations Due: January 1, 2023

Total Cost:             $533.12/room (2 Queen beds, 3rd person $10 additional)

Finances:               Block of rooms reserved, participants make their own reservations.

We are returning to Tailwater Lodge this season since everyone enjoyed the accommodations and ski venues in the area.  A block of rooms is on hold for us at a discounted rate.

The Lodge is a Hilton Tapestry Collection property. The rooms are very nicely appointed and the hotel offers many amenities including the Tailwater Restaurant & Bar, indoor pool, 12-person outdoor hot tub, full-service spa, two game rooms and fitness center. There are several areas where the group can gather to socialize.

Reservations:  Participants must contact Sandy to sign up for the trip. Instructions for making your room reservations directly with the hotel will then be forwarded to you. A participant list will be provided for those who wish to find a roommate or share a ride.

Meals:  Are NOT included. The restaurant is very good and offers a nice range of meal options. The closest town is Pulaski, and we could visit one of their restaurants.

The western side of the Tug Hill Plateau offers a wide selection of commercial and free cross-country ski venues. Commercial, groomed areas include Osceola Tug Hill Cross-Country Ski Center and the nearby Osceola Ski and Sport Resort. Many of the free trails in Winona Forest and Barnes Corners are groomed most of the time. Chateauguay State Forest and Selkirk Shores State Park offer ungroomed skiing opportunities. Skiers of all ability levels will find fun trails to ski.

Boonville #1, NY – January 26 – 30, 2023

Leader:                  Jesse Jepsen



Lodging:                4 Nights

Trip Capacity:        12 rooms (can be expanded)

Total Cost:             $600/room with 2 Queen beds  (approx. taxes incl.)

Reservation Due:   Dec. 10, 2020

Finances:               Block of rooms reserved, participants make their own reservations** and payments.

We are returning to the Tug Hill East area and again we’ll stay at The Lodge at Headwaters, a tidy and comfortable 38-room motel centrally located in Boonville.  We’ve reserved (9) rooms with 2 queen beds and (3) rooms with king beds (+$80 for the trip). Our rooms are together on the south wing and have Wi-Fi, a small fridge and microwave. Participants will book rooms directly with Headwaters using a Group code and instructions provided by the trip leader. Headwaters is lenient with cancellations if we can’t ski due to COVID or poor conditions and your card is not charged until checkout.

A nice breakfast is included and coffee is usually available all day. Last year they served complimentary chili late afternoon on Friday and Saturday. Lunch is BYO or buy at sandwich shop. Group will choose where to go for supper at casual dining venues within a ~20 minute drive. We will likely gather to socialize before supper.

If you do the preceding Altmar / Tailwater trip, Headwaters is only a 1 hour drive and the Osceola ski centers are right on the way. Otherwise it is a ~5.5 hour drive from Central PA. Note that this is a Thursday to Monday trip and is very doable on a long weekend for those [still] working.  You may easily extend the stay on either end.

Skiing opportunities abound on the east side of Tug Hill. They include the four free groomed trail systems operated by BREIA.  Within a 30 minute drive are the (2) Osceola ski centers, Carpenter Road Trail, Centennial Trail, and Whetstone Gulf State Park. A little further out are McCauley Mountain XC, Barnes Corners,  and others. While most of the trails are easy to moderate, there are several challenging trails for thrill-seekers.

**Contact trip leader for booking details, questions, participant list, or travel tips.

Lake Placid, NY – January 30 – February 5

Leader:                  Bill Hoffman

                              (717) 560-3636

                              (717) 490-3839 cell


Lodging:                6 nights

Trip Capacity:        12 people, maybe fewer depending on mix of singles and couples

Deposit:                 $300 per person

Deposit Due:          December 1, 2022

Total Cost:             $625

Balance Due:         January 1, 2023

This popular trip is returning to Miracle Hill, which we first used last year. It is at 6152 Sentinel Rd., directly on Rt. 73 about half a block south (or east) of the intersection with Rt. 86. There are six bedrooms, 3 with a queen bed and 3 with two twins each and 5½ bathrooms. Four of the bedrooms have private baths, and the other two share a connecting bath. There is a large kitchen and dining room big enough for 12 people. The house also has a laundry, internet, cable TV and indoor ski storage.

The Lake Placid area offers numerous ski opportunities, from the beautifully groomed trails at Mt. Van Hoevenberg and the Visitors Interpretative Center to back-country at Adirondack Loj and elsewhere. There are also two small ski areas in the immediate Lake Placid village area. All skier levels can be accommodated, though not necessarily all at every venue.

The trip price includes breakfasts and dinners, which we will cook at the house, but not trail fees where imposed. The price is higher this year due to the price of the house going up, but we have also added one day to the trip; it’s now 5 days and 6 nights.

Susquehannock Lodge, Ulysses, PA – February 2 or 3 – 5, 2023

Here is an exciting ski weekend that offers the entire family; a complete skiing and sledding experience!

The Susquehannock Lodge has direct access to hundreds of miles of cross-country ski trails right from our back door. A perfect place for you to enjoy the quiet setting of Pennsylvania’s Northwoods—a special place where there are more deer than people.

  • Visit the Susquehannock Lodge website for additional information at http://www.susquehannock-lodge.com/index.html.
  • Arrive anytime from Thursday morning through late Friday. The final dinner on Sunday will be served at about 2:00 as a late lunch.
  • Attractions include great food, cross-country skiing and sledding. Contact Gil to try one of his unique single or double runner sleds.

Per-person Rates as follows:

 2 Nights, (Fri-Sat)3 Nights (Thurs-Sat)
  • Lodging includes full, served breakfast & dinner
  • Kids ages (4-12), Kids (3-under) FREE
  • “Private” is 2 per room with private bath; “Lodge” is shared bath down the hall.
  • Final dinner on Sunday will be served at about 2:00 as a late lunch
  • Optional bag lunches: Sandwich, cookies, fruit and candy bar $9
  • Optional arrival night dinner: Friday (2 Nights) or Thursday (3 Nights) $21.00. Must be prearranged.

Payment:               Made directly to The Susquehannock Lodge

                              (Ed & Carol Szymanik)

Deposit:                 $50

Deposit Due:          Dec 20, 2022 (If you have to cancel, deposit can be used through Oct 2023.)

Balance Due:         Upon Arrival

Please keep trip leader Gil Linde informed as to your trip arrangements.

Gil Linde:

          711 Pleasant Drive, New Holland, PA 17557



Susquehannock Lodge:

          5039 US Route 6 West, Ulysses, PA 16948

          814-435-2163 (Carol)


North Conway, NH – February 5 – 12, 2023

Leader:                  Andrea Hospodar

                              717-832-1354 (home)

                              717-756-4953 (mobile)


Lodging:                7 nights

Trip Capacity:        13 -18 depending on number of singles

Deposit:                 $150

Deposit Due:          November 15, 2022

Total Cost:            $475

Balance:                $325

Balance Due:         January 1, 2023

We will again be staying in condos at Stonehurst Manor at 3351 White Mountain Highway (Rt. 16), N Conway, NH, 603-356-3113, just north of the town proper.  We will be staying in three three-bedroom condos that are quite homey and comfy, as well as being well equipped for meal prep and relaxation after skiing.  Each unit also has 2-1/2 baths, a laundry area, and either gas or wood-burning stove/fireplace and color cable TV in the living room.  Internet service is available, but not always reliable. Towels and linens are provided, and trip cost includes breakfasts and dinners for 3-4 nights prepared by participants.  You are responsible for lunches usually on the trails, but some groomed venues do have lunch items available for purchase in the lodge.  For meals other nights there are plenty of good restaurants in the area. 

Snow is usually quite plentiful here, and there are numerous ski venues to choose from, anywhere from right out our condo doors,  to a 45 minute drive away, with wonderfully groomed trails:  Bear Notch, Bretton Woods, Jackson XC Center, Great Glen to name a few.  All have reasonable trail fees.  Backcountry trails abound on un-groomed public trails.  I have not skied these, but several “outfitter” ski shops in the area can provide maps and give advice on trails that suit a group’s needs.  For a day off there are plenty of outlet stores and quaint shops in town, as well as a cool ski museum.  Unfortunately the weather museum sponsored by Mt. Washington Observatory has been disbanded and its displays relocated to two other locations. A snowcat  ride up the autoroad part way up Mt. Washington is another fun alternative to skiing.

Come enjoy the White Mountains of New Hampshire!

Stowe, VT – February 12-17, 2023

Leader:                  Jesse Jepsen

                              610-781-8143 (cell)


Lodging:                5 nights

Capacity:               24 (our 12 room block is expandable)

Deposit:                 $100 per person

Deposit Due:          November 1, 2022

Total Cost:             $370 per person

Balance Due:         December 12, 2022

We’ll stay again at the Commodores Inn on the south side of town.  All rooms are accessed from within the building and are equipped with Wi-Fi, refrigerators, and the basic amenities. It also features a jacuzzi and an indoor pool. Note: the former game room and saunas were converted for alternate use.  See: https://www.commodoresinn.com/.

With uncertainty still persisting due to COVID, The Commodores Inn has no plans to reopen their dining facility.  Consequently all meals will be dining out or to be made in your room (at your own expense).  Rooms do not include cooking equipment.

The principal XC ski centers in Stowe include the Stowe Mountain Resort and the Trapp Family Lodge.  Both touring centers feature interconnections to public trails, linking together the largest groomed trail network in the east.  Easy drives from town are both Bolton Valley Resort and Craftsbury Outdoor Center.  Rentals and lessons are available at all those locations.  In addition to its groomed ski trails, Bolton Valley also offers extensive backcountry ski trails.  Other public trails abound in the area including the Stowe Recreational Path, Weisner Woods, Sterling Forest, and the Catamount Trail.  There are lots of both groomed and back country ski options.

Stowe Village boasts a wide variety of shops offering ski gear, Vermont-made products, highly rated craft brews, and gourmet cheeses. A free shuttle bus service links all the major locations in the village, including our Inn, with the surrounding ski venues.

Come!  Enjoy the Stowe experience with your fellow Kick ‘n Gliders!

Laurentians, Sainte-Agathe-Des-Monts, Quebec, CA – February 17 – 24, 2023

Leaders:                Bill & Sandy Stine



Lodging:                7 nights

Capacity:               20

Deposit:                 $225 per person

Deposit Due:          October 15, 2022

Total Cost:            $450 per person

Balance Due:         December 15, 2022

PLEASE NOTE: A passport is required for travel to and from Canada.

We’re returning to the Laurentians for the thirteenth year.  And we’re again staying in same house in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts that we used the last couple of years.  Under new ownership, the house has been renamed to Thyra’s Ark.

The Laurentians are our favorite Canadian destination. With an embarrassment of beautiful groomed trail systems, we get to ski a uniquely different trail system almost every day. Ranging from rail-trail ease to thrilling, mile-long descents, many of the trails boast trail-side warming huts. Trails we ski in the area include Parc Dufresne XC Ski, Camping Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Domaine St-Bernard, the Diable Network of Parc du Mont-Tremblant, Le P’tit Train du Nord, Morin Heights and Forêt Ouareau. (Trail fees are not included in the price of the trip.)

Thyra’s Ark is a very large, eleven-bedroom, ten-bath, 7,500 square foot “cottage” with lots of parking.  It’s located less than ½ mile from Camping Sainte-Agathe, one of our favorite ski venues.  The Chalet is provisioned with WiFi and laundry facilities.

The cost of breakfasts and dinners, prepared by trip participants, are included in the price for the trip.  We will probably also choose to have a dinner at a local restaurant one of the nights and an “on your own” dinner on another night.  Lunches are on your own.

Please join us for a delightful, 7-day week enjoying the best that Canada’s legendary Laurentian Mountains have to offer!

Rocky Point, Inlet, NY – February 24 – 28, 2023

Leaders:                Mike & Pam McMullen

                              717-215-7066 (Mike cell)

                              717-729-7995 (Pam cell)


Lodging:                4 nights – Friday 2/24 – Monday 2/28

Trip capacity:        12 maximum people, expandable for 6 more

Deposit:                 $200 per person

Deposit Due:          January 1, 2023

Total Cost:             $400 per person

Balance Due:         February 1, 2023

It’s Rocky Point Resort again as we approach the end of Kick ‘n Glider’s 2023 season. A Kick ‘n Gliders destination for many years, the condos are located at the eastern end of Fourth Lake in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains. We have reserved two 3-bedroom condos for a Friday through Tuesday trip.

This year we’re planning for Friday night dinner at The Woods, with dinner each night thereafter a shared effort between the condos. Each night’s dinner is hosted by the residents of one of the condos, with the other condo assembling there.

Viewing recent years’ NOAA snow cover maps it seems likely we’ll have a good snow cover in the Adirondacks for this trip. There are skiing opportunities for everyone from beginner to advanced skiers, from the groomed trails nearby in the Fern Park area in Inlet, the gentle slopes of two nearby golf courses with groomed trails, and the wonderful groomed trails of the Woodcraft Camp, which also offers night skiing. There are also more challenging woodland and back country trails, including those at McCauley Mountain. This trip may offer more and more varied skiing venues than almost any other trip.

Apres-ski we often use the pool and hot tub in the community building to relax tired muscles and we gather before dinner for the traditional hors d’oeuvres.

The trip includes four nights lodging, three group dinners, four breakfasts and linens and towels. Bring trail snacks and lunch fixings for yourself as lunch is often eaten on the trail. You will also want to bring your favorite apres-ski beverages and refreshments. The condos have fireplaces, dishwashers and dryers.

The Mountainman Outdoor Supply Company in Old Forge is a great place to find excellent season-end bargains, replace worn-out equipment or buy that “got to have” item.

The trip to Inlet is about a 6 hour drive from the Harrisburg area and, as a bonus for those connecting the trips, Inlet is very close to Boonville and only a 4½ hour drive from the Laurentians.

Boonville #2, NY – February 28 – March 5, 2023

Leaders:                Bill & Sandy Stine



Lodging:                5 nights

Trip Capacity:        14

Deposit:                 $50

Deposit Due:          January 1, 2023

Total Cost:            $400

Balance Due:         February 1, 2023

Once, again, we’ll stay at the beautifully renovated North Country Manor in Boonville, NY, on the east side of Tug Hill. The Manor is a carefully restored Victorian mansion just outside of town. The rooms are decorated with period furnishings. All have private or semi-private baths. There are big-screen TVs in the living and dining rooms and WiFi everywhere. The living room is furnished with comfortable furniture and good reading lights.

Breakfast is served each morning in the spacious dining room and may include specialties such as French toast, fruit salad, southwest egg bake and others.

We plan on preparing three dinners on our own at the Manor and on visiting local restaurants for our other dinners. Coffee, tea and cocoa are available all day. Lunch is on your own.

Skiing opportunities abound on the east side of Tug Hill and are familiar to many of us. They include all-time favorite, Carpenter Road, as well as the four, FREE groomed trail systems operated by BREIA. There are also Osceola Tug Hill XC Ski Center, Osceola Ski & Sport Resort, Whetstone Gulf State Park, Barnes Corners and others.  While most of the trails in the area are easy to moderate in difficulty there are several thrilling/challenging ones if you choose to seek them out.

Join us for a weekend of great company, great ski trails and great lake-effect snows on the Tug Hill Plateau!

Craftsbury #2, VT – March 5 – 9, 2023

Leader:                  Martha McGraw



Lodging:                4 nights

Trip Capacity:        12

Deposit:                 $160 per person

Deposit Due:          January 3, 2023

Total Cost:             $440 per person

Balance Due:         February 18, 2023

Interested in enjoying skiing where the Olympians ski? Then this trip is for you. This will be the third time the club will be offering this trip in March. But since March is Vermont’s snowiest month, there should be plenty of snow at this Northern Vermont location.

Some details about the trip:

  • It’s a full day’s drive to Craftsbury, but if you drive part way you can get there in time to ski on your day of arrival. Similarly, you can ski on the day of your departure if you don’t need to get home that day.
  • There is a large trail system at Craftsbury and it connects with the Catamount Trail which extends from the Massachusetts border to Canada. There is also snowshoe trails and ice skating available.
  • Ski rentals, skiing lessons, and snowshoes are available at the ski center.
  • Accommodations are similar to a dorm room, with two twin beds, and restrooms/showers on floor.
  • The package includes three all-you-care-to eat meals a day. Meals are served buffet style, with seating at large tables in the dining room. They include plenty of wholesome cooked from scratch food with great desserts. Vermont is home to a strong local food culture and Craftsbury makes good use of local products. Vegetarians and those with other dietary requirements are easily accommodated.
  • You are welcome to bring wine or beer to dinner.
  • Some items of clothing, toiletries, wine, snacks and souvenirs are available for sale in the office.
  • Informal hallway happy hour is a club tradition. Feel free to bring snacks with you to share.
  • It’s a long drive if your needs exceed those that can be found at the General Store. Many of us bring what we need from home or buy along the way. Once at Craftsbury there is no real need to drive anywhere. Most of the time our cars sit in the Craftsbury parking lot till it’s time to leave.
  • Craftsbury is a world-class cross country ski center with old-fashioned hospitality.