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By Elizabeth L. Dugger

This experience consultant to Vermont covers climbing, cycling, canoeing, tenting, horseback driving, diving and snowboarding, in addition to the fundamental wishes of travelers corresponding to the place to stick, eating places, procuring, getting round and sightseeing.

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Are buried. n Jamaica n Bondville At last, 38 miles from Brattleboro, Route 30 rises to the really exciting terrain: Stratton Mountain is 3,936 feet high, and Bondville is the cluster of houses on Route 30 just before you reach the mountain resort. Four miles up the Stratton Mountain access road is a forest of condominiums and the Mountain Market. Then comes the mountain itself, well worth the climb. There are two distinct areas to it, the original North Face and the sunnier Sun Bowl. In winter, the resort has “adventure parks” for skiers and snowboarders.

If you’re an American citizen, you can cross the border easily with your driver’s license for identification. But it’s a good idea to have a passport or birth certificate as proof of citizenship (which a license doesn’t prove), as some entry points are more particular, and airports are especially so. TIP: Be sure to notify your car insurance carrier that you’re going into Canada, so that you’ll have coverage during your visit. It’s a good idea to carry a statement from your agent verifying Canadian coverage.

Expect to see fine horseflesh in many parts of the state. The Morgan horse is a Vermont treasure, sturdy and powerful, and some horse lovers breed and show the Morgans in turn-of-the century elegance. n Adventures On Wheels By Train Amtrak’s Vermonter route, recently re-established, has proved so popular that reservations are suggested in advance. The train also provides great traveling room for bicycles, making it possible for you to tour by walking your bike into the train and walking out again in a new town or region.

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