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Smugglers Notch: A Taste of a Place Uniquely Vermont: By Aaron Jacobs

Ben & Jerry's, Cabot cheese, countless Vermont maple syrup stands and stores….truly, as this selection of tasty attractions attests, this is a state that takes pride in all things uniquely Vermont. But after the numerous factory tours and samples many visitors and tourists may still find themselves hungering for something a little different (and not just because of the tiny portioned samples). Perhaps what you yourself really crave is something that can be experienced by more than just your palette. Luckily a vastly different option awaits that surely will satisfy this craving. Wind up scenic Route 108 between Stowe and Jeffersonville and you will discover a taste something else uniquely Vermont… Smugglers’ Notch State Park. Carved between Mt. Mansfield to the west and Spruce Peak to the east, this uniquely Vermont landscape serves up hefty portions of scenic views, great hiking, and unlimited adventure that will undoubtedly please an outdoor enthusiast or outdoor enthusiast