Fresh Tracks at Blueberry Hill InnMarch 14, 2015
Nestled high in the Moosalamoo National Recreation Area of the Green Mountain National Forest, at the foot of Romance Mountain in Goshen, Vermont is the Blueberry Hill Inn—a picturesque Vermont getaway for any season. Right now, visitors to Blueberry Hill will find one of the best Nordic ski seasons in recent history! The dense 50 kilometers of trails at the inn connects to Rikert Nordic Center in Ripton and is a great starting point for a winter trek to Blueberry Hill.
Other than an epic ski season, what’s exciting at Blueberry Hill Inn right now?
A Vermont sourced dinner, for Vermonters!
Ski, snowshoe or drive to Blueberry Hill Inn on Saturday, March 14th and Vermont residents can enjoy a localvore meal at a reduced rate. “We want Vermonters to know they can come enjoy the Inn as well!” shared Shari Brown, Innkeeper at Blueberry Hill. Any night of the week, with reservations, any guest can enjoy a 4 course meal starting with a Vermont cheese plate and filled with Vermont products but their Vermonter dinner will make a point of shining the spotlight on their farm partners like Stonefold Beef in Cornwall. Also note that all Blueberry Hill dinners are BYOB, but on March 14th, it’s BYOLB—“Bring your own local beverage.”
Wax up your skis and call Shari at the Inn to make your reservation -- 802.247.6735