In Winter… Vermont is known around the world as a winter wonderland.
Within just a short drive of Chester, visitors can ski four of the top-rated ski areas in the world: Okemo – 12 miles, Bromley – 10 miles, Stratton – 15 miles, Killington/Pico – 38 miles. For those interested in Cross-Country skiing, there are more than a dozen highly rated trails within 10 miles, including Grafton Ponds and Lowell Lake. Of course, there are plenty of other winter activities that can be enjoyed in or around Chester including: ice-skating, ice-fishing, sledding, horse drawn sleigh rides, hunting on approved dates, snow-shoeing and snowmobiling.
In Summer… those who visit when the weather grows warmer know that Vermont is equally as special in the summer.
The State of Vermont is home to: 21 State Parks, 26 State Forests, 3 State Wildlife Management Areas, 1 National Park, 1 National Wildlife Refuge, 66 lakes and hundreds of streams and rivers to enjoy. All of these natural resources create endless opportunities for outdoor fun, including fishing, camping, swimming, kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, horsebakc riding, zip lines, gondola rides and so much more. Of course, Chester and the small nearby towns, such as Grafton, Woodstock and Weston, are perfect for long leisurely strolls or historic sightseeing, antique shopping, dining out, listening to music, browsing artist galleries or browsing countless craft fairs and farmer’s markets.
In the Fall… simply put, there is no more beautiful place on earth to experience fall foliage than Vermont.
Each year, tens of thousands of visitors drive the back country roads of Chester to take in the intoxicating beauty of the changing of the leaves.
Walking distance to the charming downtown area of Chester, this restored barn offers the quintessential Vermont experience.
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