This well-established Kingdom Trails guiding company offers instruction, hourly and daily tours and also week-long camps.
Lake Willoughby Area
A clean, crisp lake with a sandy beach and lots of secret swimming spots. (We can share when you are here, but not on the internet.) Carved by a glacier and nestled between two mountains, Mount Pisgah & Mount Hor. Both mountains offer excellent short hikes with beautiful views of the lake.
Biking – (other than Kingdom Trails)
The Northeast Kingdom is home to miles and miles of gravel roads with few cars. We can help you design a route of your choice.
Nestled into 1500 acres of forest in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, the NorthWoods Stewardship Center is a destination for cultural and educational events, with a mission to share practical ways of protecting and preserving the northern forest environment as a resource for future generations.
In the summer, there are weekend shows in Glover – the Theater continues its prolific output of new shows, addressing the issues of the day – like militarism, capitalism, and ecology – as well as re-staging classic Bread and Puppet shows from the 1960’s and 1970’s.
The puppets, masks, paintings and graphics of the Bread and Puppet Theater are housed in a 150-year-old barn in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. It is one of the largest collections of some of the biggest puppets and masks in the world. The museum is open year round.
Rye bread is baked using a Quebecois-style oven.
A year-round resort offering alpine, nordic, lift service downhill biking, mountain biking, hiking, a drive up toll road, restaurants and beautiful views. If you get to the top by car or foot or bike, be sure to climb the fire tower for an expansive view ranging from Canada to the White Mountains
Burke Mountain Confectionery
Visit Burke Mountain Confectionery on Route 114 just outside of Burke. Their chocolates are handcrafted with utmost care, incorporating the pure and simple flavors of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom with the smoothest pure chocolates to create extraordinary confections. From the delightful Eden Ice Cider™ Truffles to the scrumptious Peppermint Bark and silky Sweet Maple Truffles, BMC has taken their nostalgic family recipes and combined them with the simple flavors unique to Northern Vermont.
Hill Farmstead Brewery
This brewery is the revival and continuation of 220 years of Hill heritage and hand crafted history in North Greensboro, Vermont. The logo is retrieved from a sign that once hung in Aaron Hill’s from 5 generations ago tavern on the hill in the 1800’s.
Juniper’s offers finer American Style Country dining with some organic options, and a large gluten-free menu. Located about ½ mile from The Stepping Stones Inn.
Mike’s Tiki Bar
During the summer in East Burke, we always recommend a trip to Mike’s Tiki Bar. It is located next to the Kingdom Trails parking, and behind the Kingdom Trails office. Food from the Vermont Food Truck Company is fresh and tasty. With a full range of beers on tap and wine at the bar, the Tiki bar is an enjoyable warm weather taste of Kingdom Trails life and a nice ending to your day. Open daily until 10pm.
Foggy Goggle Osteria
A wonderful, warm and friendly bar and restaurant with a variety on their menu. See website for updated menu options.
Also located right behind the Kingdom Trails office, the publick house is a little more of a tavern than the Foggy Goggle. This is family friendly with tasty food and a wide variety of selection on the menu.
Burke Mountain Resort
During the summer months, The Gap View Pub is open daily from 11-9 serving lunch and dinner daily.
The menu has a variety of hamburgers, poutine, and salads.
Parker Pie Co.
This is a fun place for pizza and beer. It’s a little out of the way and on a country road, but the pizza is amazing and beer cold and refreshing.
Sweet Basil in Lyndonville focusses on good food and good times. Their menu ranges from Mediterranean to American and changes often. It is always fresh and as local as possible.
At Cafe Sweet Basil i simple…we dig good food. Local, seasonal and delicious.