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10 Reasons to Ditch the Garmin

Our guest blogger this month is Lauren, an RRCA certified coach and the mastermind behind Health on the Run. Her running and wellness blog has been a favorite among the sneakered set since 2010. Since then, she and her husband have started a new life (and a new family!) in Southern Vermont. Follow her adventures in running in the Green Mountains.   This blog was originally written in December 2011, … Continue reading 10 Reasons to Ditch the Garmin

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Run for Life

By Myra Foster You’ve no doubt heard that Vermont consistently ranks at the top for both health and happiness. Yup, fit and happy. They go together like kale and quinoa. Ben & Jerry. As skis and snowboards go in, bikes come out. There’s hiking, paddling, softball, soccer, Frisbee. And gardening, that’ll put a smile on your face and fresh, organic, absolutely local food on the … Continue reading Run for Life

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Summer To-Do List

By Courtney DiFiore I always seem to adopt a new attitude and find myself reaching for new goals during the changing of seasons. I’m not sure why, but it’s a pattern that continues year after year. I clean the house more, I get restless, I yearn for change and become impatient with the weather and its cruel tricks. As a result, I began to create … Continue reading Summer To-Do List

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Why We Love Spring Skiing

By Courtney DiFiore Remember how excited you were on your first day of the season? Channel that excitement and read on. The end of the season is not the time to give up skiing and riding. Aside from a powder day, spring skiing is the best time (I’d say). Here’s why: 1. Fewer people. By the time April rolls around, people are already thinking of … Continue reading Why We Love Spring Skiing

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The Maple Syrup Season

By Kelsey Boyce The original North American sweetener, the sweet nectar of the gods, liquid gold for your tastebuds. Whatever you like to call it, Maple Syrup is a North American tradition in both creation and consumption. Oral stories vary from Native American and First Nations peoples on the discovery that the clear liquid from tapping maple trees could be boiled to become a sweet … Continue reading The Maple Syrup Season

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Insider’s Guide: A Co-Founder’s Tips for Wanderlust Stratton

By Jeff Krasno, Co-Founder of Wanderlust Festival Our Insider’s Guide series offers new ‘lusters a peek into our festivals and introduces veterans to fresh adventures. In this installment, festival co-founder Jeff Krasno provides his tips & musings for a memorable Wanderlust Stratton. Be sure to check out our first post in this series: 25 Experiences You Don’t Want to Miss (Wanderlust Festival Summer 2014) • • … Continue reading Insider’s Guide: A Co-Founder’s Tips for Wanderlust Stratton

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Make The Most Of Your Time At Stratton

By Lauren Suriani Is this your first time here? Maybe it’s your second. Heck maybe you’ve been coming here for years. This is a bit of an insider guide to having the best time on the mountain. Whether it’s a Saturday morning or a Wednesday afternoon, these tips will help you have a great time at Stratton. Where to Find the Best Snow • Pay … Continue reading Make The Most Of Your Time At Stratton