This very beautiful road, part of Vermont’s Skiers Highway, connects major ski resorts including Magic Mountain in Londonderry, VT and Okemo in Ludlow, VT. The geographical center is near the town of Ludlow.
All the mountains are major East Coast destinations for year-round outdoor recreation. But you don’t need to be a skier to love these towns in winter! Apart from skiing and snowboarding, you can try snow tubing, ice skating, and Snow Cat excursions at the Okemo ski area. Visitors enjoy the abundant off-mountain pleasures of Ludlow and neighboring Chester, Windsor, Proctorsville, Plymouth Notch, and Grafton, VT. These include shopping for art, antiques, books, and gifts; fine dining at farm-to-table restaurants in a land of producers of cheese and other foods; and simple strolling and picture-taking in lovely, restful towns embraced by snowy mountains. - Area Map
Artisans Park in Windsor, VT: This charming retail community is a collection of eight unique Vermont businesses all located in the same park. Included among them are:
The Path of Life Sculpture Garden at 36 Park Road in Windsor, VT consists of 14 acres of woods and meadows dotted with 18 large sculptures that illustrate the stages of human life. It makes a peaceful and contemplative walk in all seasons. In warmer seasons, the garden has been known of host celebrations and the occasional bonfire. The sculpture garden is managed by Great River Outfitters, an outdoor adventure company that host a broad range of adventurous outdoor activities all year long, including dog sledding and snowshoeing.