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If you go: Eden Mills, Vermont

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Globe Correspondent / February 13, 2005

How to get there

Eden Mills, Vt., is 250 miles from Boston, about a five-hour drive. Take Interstate 93 north through New Hampshire to exit 1 in Vermont. Follow Route 2 west to West Danville, then Route 15 west to Hyde Park. Take Route 100 north to Eden Mills.

What to do

Eden Mountain Lodge
1390 Square Road

802-635-9070

www.edenmountainlodge.com

Skijorers should arrive with their own cross-country ski gear. A two-hour lesson for you, your dog, or both is $250. The fee includes a season pass to the lodge's trail system.

Where to stay

Eden Mountain Lodge

Rates vary by season and dwelling (the log home is cozier, the guest house slightly less expensive), but for a winter weekend expect to pay about $350 for either six-bed abode. Pets are $10 or $50 a week. Full kitchens are included, so bring your own food as the nearest restaurant is a 15-minute drive away.

Inn on the Common
Craftsbury Common

800-521-2233

www.innonthecommon.com

Craftsbury Common is about 8 miles east of Eden Mills just off Route 14. Rooms $135-$249.

Where to eat

Inn on the Common
Upper-end dining where the filet mignon entree ($24) gets top billing, as does the pecan-crusted organic Scottish salmon ($19).

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