2020 Vermont Tourism Network Guide

– 47 – Visit VermontTourismNetwork.com for more information about Vermont and these businesses. CENTRAL VERMONT ATTRACTION Sugarbush Resort Warren Outdoor Activities and Experiences Sugarbush Resort’s main draw is its legendary skiing, but that isn’t the only activity at Sugarbush. Summer is one of Vermont’s hidden gems. In the heart of Vermont’s Green Mountains, Robert Trent Jones Sr. crafted a golf masterpiece at Sugarbush. Amidst winding streams, rolling pastures, and a pristinemountain forest, the Sugarbush Resort Golf Club offers a breathtaking, scenic golfing experience. Hiking, chairlift rides, mountain biking and disc golf are offered daily in addition to zip line rides. The Sugarbush Health & Recreation Centerwithin walking distance of Lincoln Peak features indoor and outdoor pools and hot tubs, a fullservice fitness center, tennis courts and clinics (including New England Tennis Holiday camps), rock climbing andmassage therapy. Sugarbush can easily accommodate groups of any size. Dates of Operation: Visit sugarbush.com for hours Group Policy and Rates: Tours welcome, advanced planning recommended. Our chairlift rides areweather dependent. Contact: Molly Quinn, Tour, Group & Conference Sales Manager, Sugarbush Resort, 1840 Sugarbush Access Rd., Warren, VT 05674 • 8025836553 • mquinn@sugarbush.com • www.sugarbush.com  ATTRACTION University of Vermont Morgan Horse Farm Weybridge/Middlebury Located in scenic Weybridge, just 2.5 miles from downtown Middlebury is a stately pastoral scene from a grandiose era goneby. This working horse farm has been a breeding and training facility for Morgan Horses since 1878. A former US Government Cavalry Remount Station, the farm has been under the University of Vermont’s stewardship as since 1951. Continuing the original mission of perpetuating and preserving the Morgan horse, the farm is open to educate the public and students about the importance of Vermont’s State Animal. Horse enthusiasts, history buffs and visitors alike will enjoy the scenic countryside, guided tours, gift shop and visiting our 40+ registered Morgans whose origins come from a single stallion “Figure” immortalized by a lifesize bronze statue on site. Come learn about America’s first breed of horse, the Morgan. Dates of Operation: First weekend in May through last weekend in October last tour is at 3pm). Foals are typically born in AprilMay and foliage is peak in October. Tours may be scheduled outside this date range with advanced booking, depending on Farm schedule. Group Policy and Rates: $5 for adults, $3 youth 517, ages 4 and under free. Groups larger than 20 people enjoy a discounted rate of $4 per adult with guides comped. To ensure the best guest experience, two group bookings per day is typically maximum. All groups must be scheduled in advance. Contact: UVMMorgan Horse Farm, 74 Battell Drive, Weybridge, VT 05753 • 8023882011 uvm.morgans@uvm.edu • www.uvm.edu/cals/morganhorsefarm • Facebook@uvmmorganhorsefarm 