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Smugglers' Notch Resort

Smugglers' Notch Resort

Smugglers' Notch got its name for the caves and trail through it which made easier the lives of smugglers from the British in the early 1800's to Prohibition-era bootleggers. It now specialized in family vacations, offering a number of different vacation packages on its three mountains (Morse, Sterling, Madonna). Just 30 miles from Burlington, it offers 70 trails on a 2610 foot vertical rise and accommodate both nordic and alpine skiers, as well as snowboarding and snowshoeing.

As mentioned, check out the Web site for package deals, or call their toll-free number. Those under 6 or over 70 ski free.

1-800-451-8752
smuggs@smuggs.com
http://www.smuggs.com/

 

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