Montpelier is All Around Adventure.
Montpelier is truly a four-season destination with outdoor activities, adventure, and sports for all. Nestled in a valley at the confluence of two rivers and sheltered by surrounding hillsides, Montpelier offers adventure year round.
Hubbard Park, the city’s premier forested park, offers great views and is a short walk from the State House. A bike path follows the Winooski River. The North Branch River Park offers almost 200 acres of gentle trails and access to miles of challenging cross-country skiing or walking. Whether your passion is biking, kayaking, skiing, snowshoeing, skateboarding, fishing, swimming or more—in all seasons you will find plenty of ways to enjoy the great outdoors!
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Last month, the Vermont Foodbank fed 8,500 families—more than any other month in its 36-year history. Join Montpelier Alive at the 2022 Point to Point, powered by VSECU, to raise money for the Vermont Foodbank.
Bring your bike or your running shoes to the State House Lawn on Saturday, August 6, to help fight hunger—and have fun doing it. With courses fr ... Visit Event Page
"...The residents of this New England town in the foothills of the Green Mountains include students (at the Vermont College of Fine Arts), movie buffs (each March it hosts the Green Mountain Film Festival), foodies, artists and outdoors enthusiasts. Whether you’re in search of a meal at one of the many new farm-to-table restaurants, an art house movie or live music, you’ll find it all in this little capital city..."
This is spring here, tumultuous and dramatic, and full of wonder. It’s as if we forget every year, and are taken by surprise as the sun sets and the evening wood frogs chime ...
Montpelier, nestled into the heart of Vermont amidst the Green Mountains and at the convergence of three rivers including the notable Winooski, is a quaint gem of a town. Montpelier is the smallest Capital in the Nation, with the vibrancy of a ...
From my house, situated on the river near the Mountain Bike trails, I see Fat Bikers pass by every day. As they move slowly down the frozen river, and cut up through the woods, I often wonder what the appeal is. As a Mountain Biker myself, I am ...