Vermont

The Green Mountains of Vermont are a popular destination for skiers in the winter months. You can see the ski runs cutting through the trees and winding down the mountainsides as you ride from the Icelandic Horse farm, and you learn more about what locals do year round. The riding trails in the forests serve as paths for snowmobiles in the winter and take you past maple syrup tapping collection. This area of New England often experiences a stunning fall foliage season, when the mountains are ablaze with an array of colors.

  Peak Season

September, October


  Quiet Season

May, June, July , August


  Timezone in Vermont

Eastern Standard Time (GMT-5)


  International Airports

Burlington International Airport (BTV)


Climate in Vermont

The weather is changeable.  Temperatures in May and June are warm and range in the 60’s and 70’s.   Nights are cooler, normally in the 50’s.  July and August are warm and occasionally hot (90’s).  In September and October days are warm, evenings cool, sometimes as low as 30’s or 40’s

  Average Temperature

90s °F » 30s °F


Vermont Travel Tips

It’s best to have your own car for this ride in Vermont. The nearest airport, Burlington, is about an hour away and you can easily rent a car there. The farm where you ride is about a 10 minute drive from your accommodations, and the nearby town is worth a visit not only for dinner on Sunday, but also for shopping and souvenirs.

 


Enjoy the lush countryside on the Sugarbush Tolt Trek horseback riding vacation in Vermont

Sugarbush Tolt Trek

Riding Icelandics through the lovely countryside of Vermont’s Green Mountains on the Sugarbush Tolt Trek is a very attractive prospect, especially for those who enjoy the smooth tolt of these well trained steeds. These stout-hearted, good natured, powerful, little horses deserve their fame in the horse world, making this a particularly enjoyable horseback riding tour in Vermont. Share2Pin2 Shares... Read more

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During this last tolt weekend, the horses were absolutely amazing and the other riders were lovely.  All in all, I had a wonderful two days on horseback and enjoyed the countryside.  A simply terrific vacation.  Thank you again for wonderful horses and caring leaders.

Candace Gladston, July 2010

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