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Activités les mieux notées

Visitez une ferme laitière et mettez la main à la pâte
We are Liberty Hill Farm, in Rochester, Vermont! Tours run Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 9 am. Our farm tours are scheduled to coincide with daily chores to allow guests the opportunity to experience daily farm life. Guests will be able to watch the cow milking process and even try their hand at milking! From there, we will explain the journey from cow to milk jug. Guests will learn about the different ages and stages of the dairy cow, from birth through adulthood. We will meet, pet, and even feed baby calves, explore the barns, and possibly even witness a new baby being born! Every tour is adjusted to meet the needs and interests of our guests. We encourage our guests to participate hands-on, and encourage questions and ideas! We simply love to share our love of farming and our animals with others! ***All proceeds from our farm tours go directly to our nonprofit organization, Liberty Hill Center for Agricultural Education. *** Other things to note: Tours will be held rain or shine! I only cancel if temperatures are below zero, so please plan accordingly! It is up to the guest to check weather reports. No refunds will be given for guests canceling the morning of the tours for weather-related issues. We love all animals, but cannot host guests’ pets, for the safety and well-being of our animals!
Rencontrez nos chevaux miniature magiques
We will meet for a short orientation outside the barn. We will then introduce you to "the herd" and select a few horses to demo how to approach them, halter and lead them, groom them. You will then be helped to choose your own horse for the day. If the weather is cooperative, we can go for a short trail walk and perhaps see some of the wildlife who seem to be more comfortable and come closer when we humans are attached to a horse! Q and A is ongoing. All questions are welcome, and we will make every effort to gear the experience to the guests' individual ages and interests. Some may simply want the 'therapy value' of touching and communicating. Some may want information on how we care for the horses. Some may want a demo on how we show them in competition. Energetic guests may want to take a horse over a set of appropriately scaled jumps or obstacles. All can be arranged, and everyone in the group can do something different, as long as I can maintain my ability to be six places at once. :) We can also provide a special occasion for any age guest and his or her celebrants, with appropriate refreshments that you bring along or order here. Other things to note Please dress appropriately for the weather. Closed-toe shoes, please. Sunscreen and bug repellent are handy seasonally. THE MAGICAL MINIS EXPERIENCE MAKES A FABULOUS, ONE OF A KIND GIFT!
Façonnez de l'argile sur un tour de potier
Learn from a Master Potter how to "throw" pots on the potters wheel. This one and a half hour class will take you from a ball of clay to forming a cup, bow or some other creation that only you could do! You will learn the basic techniques needed to center the clay and form a pot. Most guests are able to try 3-4 pieces of clay during the experience. This gives you a good feel for working on the potters wheel. It's fun, it's mesmerizing and something you will remember for a lifetime. Other things to note: The experience is getting to understand working on the potters wheel. Unfortunately, you will not be able to take any pts home with you. Making a ceramic pot is a multi-step process and the throwing part is only the first step of four that is spread out over a few weeks. Please provide proof of a Covid-19 vaccination via a pic prior to the experience or physical card at the time of the experience. Unvaccinated individuals will not be able to participate. Masks are no longer required in the studio. A good attitude, the ability to use both hands and sit on a low stool is required. Two cats live in the studio!
Kayak sur les eaux calmes du Vermont
We will Kayak the off the radar still waters of Vermont. On our adventure will be on the lookout for Otters, Loons, Beavers and a whole lot more! We will share some stories, have some laughs and enjoy the quiet sounds of the best of Vermont Other things to note I am flexible with the times and dates. Sometimes we meet closer to kayak sites if that fits easier in your schedule. Just let me know what is best for you.
Une grange remplie de chèvres
Guests will be welcomed into our barn where there will be a short explanation about how to safely interact with our goats inside the pen. We will then head into our goat pen for your "goat therapy" session! Guests are often surprised at how friendly our goats are!! Our girls are friendly, funny, curious creatures who are very smart and capable of knowing their names and learning daily routines. And since this is a working dairy goat farm every spring there will be a lot of bouncy GOAT BABIES to play with!! While visiting feel free to ask questions, we love to talk about our goats and share what we have learned through our experience as dairy goat farmers. You are welcome to take photos and share them on social media posts but please tag our farm, we'd love to see your pictures! We can’t wait for you to join us on the farm, meet our goats and let us show you why we love them so much! Trust me, you’ll be glad you did!!! Other things to note: 1. Non-alcoholic beverages are provided 2. Goats like to taste things, please consider wearing long hair up and no dangling earrings. 3. No pets please unless you require a service animal and then please notify the farm prior to arrival, goats are scared of dogs. 4. There are no bathrooms in the barn, please plan ahead. 5. Please wear clothing/shoes that can get dirty.

Vermont : toutes les activités à proximité

Pig Feeding and Belly Rubs on a Scenic Farm in Vermont
At River Ridge Farm we LOVE our pigs! There are three resident pigs we are keeping as pets. Herold, Mama and Wilbur are sweet small/medium sized pigs whose breeds are known for being very social and friendly. Guests will enjoy feeding them snacks while watching their keen senses and rooting skills go to work, then we will be free to enter the pen and give back scratches and belly rubs as well as learn about upkeep of the pigs and their chicken friends. Collecting farm fresh eggs to take home and feeding the chickens finishes the interaction. This event takes up to 30 minutes and is located close to wonderful restaurants or hiking spots for an easy way to “make a day of it!” :) If farm hopping is your goal, there is also a llama farm that offers hiking with llama companions in addition to a horse farm that gives tourism trail rides on their big draft horses. Ask Diana to help with any arrangements or recommendations to fully enjoy this gorgeous part of the green mountains!
Visitez une ferme laitière et mettez la main à la pâte
We are Liberty Hill Farm, in Rochester, Vermont! Tours run Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 9 am. Our farm tours are scheduled to coincide with daily chores to allow guests the opportunity to experience daily farm life. Guests will be able to watch the cow milking process and even try their hand at milking! From there, we will explain the journey from cow to milk jug. Guests will learn about the different ages and stages of the dairy cow, from birth through adulthood. We will meet, pet, and even feed baby calves, explore the barns, and possibly even witness a new baby being born! Every tour is adjusted to meet the needs and interests of our guests. We encourage our guests to participate hands-on, and encourage questions and ideas! We simply love to share our love of farming and our animals with others! ***All proceeds from our farm tours go directly to our nonprofit organization, Liberty Hill Center for Agricultural Education. *** Other things to note: Tours will be held rain or shine! I only cancel if temperatures are below zero, so please plan accordingly! It is up to the guest to check weather reports. No refunds will be given for guests canceling the morning of the tours for weather-related issues. We love all animals, but cannot host guests’ pets, for the safety and well-being of our animals!
Small farm tour with goats, chickens, bunnies, and gardens
Join us to learn more about how we operate our small diversified farm and engage our community deeply in the work of farming. During this 90-minute tour, you will enjoy the beautiful farm landscape, get a crash course in animal behavior and ethical farm animal care, and learn about our community model of farming and outdoor education. On weekend tours, you'll even have the chance to try your hand at milking one of our dairy goats! Visit with our always entertaining Registered Nigerian Dwarf and Nubian/Alpine/Oberhasli dairy goats and meet our beautiful Normande dairy cows. Join our flock of chickens (and 3 ducks!), and cuddle with bunnies. Take a stroll through our pick-your-own veggie and herb gardens. We look forward to welcoming you to the farm!
Harvest dinner from a gorgeous permaculture garden
Harvest your dinner in this magical permaculture garden! Whether you are staying at one of our airbnbs with kitchens ready for cooking or elsewhere, we welcome you to an educational tour of our cooperative gardens where we grow most of our food for the year. We’re eager to share this inspiring sanctuary with you, help you harvest the food you want for your dinner, and provide you with recipes and ingredients to enable your locavore culinary experience. You’ll be offered a tour of the gardens including details on how it was built, how it’s maintained, and what’s currently available for harvest. With harvesting tools in hand, we’ll go pick what you want to eat, including flowers for your dinner table. From there we’ll gather in the shade and finalize your dinner-making plans with suggestions and recipes, including lighting the fire should you choose to grill.
Promenade avec des alpagas et interaction avec leurs bébés
Alpaca interaction and Experience you will hand feed, pet and walk an alpaca on a lead. Learn about Alpacas and how they communicate with each by humming and how they live in family groups. Fun for all ages, small groups or for sharing a time with that special someone. An hour with an alpaca to wander the farm or walk along the river. Sounds like the perfect date, family time or bring your friends along. Experiences are hourly starting at 10am with the last walk at 5 to 6pm 7 days a week. It is required that your experience be booked online. This Alpaca walk and interaction often sells out especially weekend’s so please plan accordingly. Walks with just your group are available. Everyone who comes to the farm will have an opportunity to walk an Alpaca as part of this experience.
Gentle forest walk to discover the beauty of New Hampshire
After introductions and a short overview of what to expect, we will head out on a walk tailored to the comfort level of the group. During our walk I will point out the tiny, often overlooked details that make these wilderness landscapes so magical. We will stop often to connect to the sounds of water flowing, the call of local birds, and the smell of the earth through the seasons. You will have the opportunity to take some beautiful macro photos if you have a camera. If we're lucky we may see a bear, fox, deer, or moose. After our time together you will feel refreshed, relaxed, and connected to the world around you. This walk is a gentle introduction to the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
Rencontrez nos chevaux miniature magiques
We will meet for a short orientation outside the barn. We will then introduce you to "the herd" and select a few horses to demo how to approach them, halter and lead them, groom them. You will then be helped to choose your own horse for the day. If the weather is cooperative, we can go for a short trail walk and perhaps see some of the wildlife who seem to be more comfortable and come closer when we humans are attached to a horse! Q and A is ongoing. All questions are welcome, and we will make every effort to gear the experience to the guests' individual ages and interests. Some may simply want the 'therapy value' of touching and communicating. Some may want information on how we care for the horses. Some may want a demo on how we show them in competition. Energetic guests may want to take a horse over a set of appropriately scaled jumps or obstacles. All can be arranged, and everyone in the group can do something different, as long as I can maintain my ability to be six places at once. :) We can also provide a special occasion for any age guest and his or her celebrants, with appropriate refreshments that you bring along or order here. Other things to note Please dress appropriately for the weather. Closed-toe shoes, please. Sunscreen and bug repellent are handy seasonally. THE MAGICAL MINIS EXPERIENCE MAKES A FABULOUS, ONE OF A KIND GIFT!
Enjoy the magic of salt cave therapy in a Vermont barn
Guests will join me at the Vermont Salt Cave Spa to experience the healing benefits of halotherapy, relaxing in the only salt cave in a traditional barn anywhere in the USA. It offers a truly magical time recharging the body in a highly saturated negative ion environment whilst breathing in pharmaceutical grade sodium chloride that is crushed to less than 10 microns in size. Breathing in this salt provides hygiene for the lungs. It is a healing modality covered by insurance in Europe but unfortunately not in the USA. Anyone with respiratory issues, allergies, sinus problems, asthma etc., will marvel at how they feel after just a single session.
Façonnez de l'argile sur un tour de potier
Learn from a Master Potter how to "throw" pots on the potters wheel. This one and a half hour class will take you from a ball of clay to forming a cup, bow or some other creation that only you could do! You will learn the basic techniques needed to center the clay and form a pot. Most guests are able to try 3-4 pieces of clay during the experience. This gives you a good feel for working on the potters wheel. It's fun, it's mesmerizing and something you will remember for a lifetime. Other things to note: The experience is getting to understand working on the potters wheel. Unfortunately, you will not be able to take any pts home with you. Making a ceramic pot is a multi-step process and the throwing part is only the first step of four that is spread out over a few weeks. Please provide proof of a Covid-19 vaccination via a pic prior to the experience or physical card at the time of the experience. Unvaccinated individuals will not be able to participate. Masks are no longer required in the studio. A good attitude, the ability to use both hands and sit on a low stool is required. Two cats live in the studio!
À la rencontre des moutons
We will begin by learning about Shetland sheep, their management, what a ruminant is and other facts specific to the Shetland breed of sheep. I will talk with guests about why we are breeding the sheep we have and what it means for them to be on the Nature Conservancy's list of recovering breeds and why it is important to continue smart farming practices to conserve breeds that are important to diverse agriculture. Once guests have had their fill of sheep snuggles, I'll talk about the benefits of wool and demonstrate different processing techniques to show guests how the wool goes from fluff to useable yarn and fabric. Guests will have the opportunity to dive in and try their hands at wool carding, spinning and knitting with guided instruction. My hope is that guests will leave with a better understanding of the importance of conserving rare agricultural animal breeds, how their conscious choices while shopping for products can make a huge difference in animals lives, small farmers lives, their communities and the environment. Our goal is to take care of our environment while promoting rare agricultural animal breeds and educate others about the importance of taking care of the land, the animals and each other. Our educational experience packs tons of information and instruction into just an hour long mini class.
Mountain biking in the green forests of Vermont
We will meet at the mountain bike trailhead. For first-timers, we will go over basic mountain bike skills and assess abilities on a skills track. Experienced riders will head straight to the trails and I will accompany you on a tailored route based on your interests and abilities. First timers will hone skills on a pump track and when (and if) ready, we will make our way up to the singletrack mountain bike trails. Rental bikes are available through affiliate shops. We can organize all rentals (per request) but if you have mountain bikes, bring them!
Kayak sur les eaux calmes du Vermont
We will Kayak the off the radar still waters of Vermont. On our adventure will be on the lookout for Otters, Loons, Beavers and a whole lot more! We will share some stories, have some laughs and enjoy the quiet sounds of the best of Vermont Other things to note I am flexible with the times and dates. Sometimes we meet closer to kayak sites if that fits easier in your schedule. Just let me know what is best for you.
Pêche à la truite dans des étangs privés avec un cadre magnifique
Fishing for Rainbow and Brook trout in my private ponds. My ponds are teeming with trout, they are fun to catch and delicious to eat. I can cook up your catch right here or you can take it with you and prepare it yourself later. The trout we will be looking to catch start at 10 inches and range all the way up to 6 pounds! The larger pond is approximately 6 acres and the smaller pond is about 1/2 acre. You can fish from the shore or I can take you out in one of our row boats. I have a variety of fishing poles and lures, but you can feel free to bring your own as well.
Une grange remplie de chèvres
Guests will be welcomed into our barn where there will be a short explanation about how to safely interact with our goats inside the pen. We will then head into our goat pen for your "goat therapy" session! Guests are often surprised at how friendly our goats are!! Our girls are friendly, funny, curious creatures who are very smart and capable of knowing their names and learning daily routines. And since this is a working dairy goat farm every spring there will be a lot of bouncy GOAT BABIES to play with!! While visiting feel free to ask questions, we love to talk about our goats and share what we have learned through our experience as dairy goat farmers. You are welcome to take photos and share them on social media posts but please tag our farm, we'd love to see your pictures! We can’t wait for you to join us on the farm, meet our goats and let us show you why we love them so much! Trust me, you’ll be glad you did!!! Other things to note: 1. Non-alcoholic beverages are provided 2. Goats like to taste things, please consider wearing long hair up and no dangling earrings. 3. No pets please unless you require a service animal and then please notify the farm prior to arrival, goats are scared of dogs. 4. There are no bathrooms in the barn, please plan ahead. 5. Please wear clothing/shoes that can get dirty.
Randonnée photo : vallée, érables et cascades
Join me for a guided day hike up to Vermonts famed Long Trail. Stunning views, foliage and secret valleys unfold on this moderate hike. We'll connect beforehand to run through a suggested gear list and weather appropriate clothing as well as answer any questions you might have. On the day, we'll meet at the trailhead. I'll check in with you to make sure you've got everything you need, including suitable footwear, then we'll head off. Its an easy meandre through old woods and along a legendary lake. It eventually becomes a stiff climb as the trail works its way to the top. We'll arrive at a Long Trail shelter and have time for a snack and decide our next hour. We can hike deeper into more technical terrain, or take time to enjoy the view and wander back down at our leisure. That decision is ours to craft on the day. I dont expect you to have experience or be super fit, just be eager, resilient and interested. Be ready for rocky terrain, maybe mud. You'll leave with lungs full of fresh air, a camera roll full of Nat Geo worthy pics, memories that will never fade, and a tired body ready for a good dinner.
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