Mosey through the Village Courtyard and sample delicious food products made with ingredients from our Green Mountain State. Vendors are subject to change but may include: Barr Hill, SILO Distillery, Mad River Distillers, Long Trail, Woodchuck, Ambrosia Confections, Mountain Grove Coffee, It’s Arthur’s Fault, SAP!, GoodMix, MOCO Hot Chocolate, West River Creamery, Kimball Brook Farm, Wood’s Syrup, and Ski VT with Cabot Cheese.
The Smugglers' Notch special winter carnival features music, face painting, games, a bonfire, and more. The festivities are from 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm on the Village Green. Always a family favorite hosted by Goodtime Charlie, Mogul Mouse, Billy Bob Bear, and the Friendly Pirate!
Enjoy Smugglers' Notch Resort and its amenities as a comfortable and convenient home base to visit sugarhouses and learn about the process directly from enthusiastic maple sugarmakers. During our Maple Vacation Experience offer we will include complimentary specialty food and beverage samplings, a children's gift, and sugar on snow during the Thursday Winter Carnival. Plus a selection of our popular programs will be maple themed just for you, and there will be special dining options at our restaurants.
Our guests can participate in an extensive recycling program. Each residential building includes recycling / trash closets for drop off. Recyclable material need not be sorted, but merely separated from trash, recycling guidelines are posted on guest home refrigerators.
The following can be recycled; please do your part to reduce solid waste.
Paper: newspaper, magazines, brochures, writing tablets, lined paper
Plastic: #1 & #2, no lids; no "wide-mouth" containers such as yogurt or margarine
Glass: any color, clean, no lids, no broken bottles
Tin, aluminum, steel
Recycling programs exist for our employees as well Office materials from paper to computers are collected on a regular basis. Programs specific to departments and activities have been established as well. These include:
New construction material scrap is collected and sent to ReCycle North, a regional reuse center ( www.recyclenorth.org)
New construction carpet pad is made from recycled tires
The landscaping crew composts yard waste on site
Pre-consumer food waste is collected from restaurants, shipped to regional (Intervale) composting facility in Burlington; Smugglers' purchases compost from this facility on an annual basis
Sheetrock scrap is recycled - Smugglers' has had very good success in recycling sheetrock from the Resort's construction projects. Over the last few years the savings per ton has jumped from $10.28 in 1998 to $50.33 in 2002. All of Smugglers' sheetrock is recycled at G.P. Gypsum, Newington, N.H.. 22.5 tons of sheetrock were recycled in 2002 and 6 tons in 2003. In 2004 Smuggs was able to recycle 20 tons!
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