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Vermont Transit buses stop at nearby White River Junction ...
On CT 169 heading north, stop at the old-fashioned Woodstock Orchards to pick your own blueberries (late summer) and apples (fall). Stock up on jams, fresh cider and honey at the farm stand.
In addition to serving Woodstock’s most scrumptious apple pie, it offers sandwiches, salads, soups and other yummy picnic fare. The house-made ice cream is particularly revered.
Formerly known as Bike Vermont, this family-run, Woodstock-based company operates two- to five-night bike tours in the area, including inn-to-inn tours.
A Woodstock institution, this glorified snack shack by the river has been serving loyal locals fried clams, burgers and ice cream by the riverside since 1957.
Cyclery Plus and Woodstock Sports rent mountain and speed bicycles and provide maps of good local routes. Full-day rentals are $25.
Great for local guidebooks, maps, and books in general. It’s particularly strong in works by local authors and publishers.
Just south of town, rents equipment and has 50 miles of groomed touring trails, including one that takes in 1250ft Mt Tom.
At this exceptional studio and shop, visitors can watch artisans produce distinctive pieces of original glass.
Runs the Vermonter train, which stops at nearby White River Junction.
Rents bicycles and provides maps of good local routes.
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