Canoeing and Kayaking
The Montgomery and Jay Peak area offers many opportunities for Canoeing and Kayaking, including the Northern Forest Canoe Trail, the Missisquoi River, Lake Memphremagog, and the Clyde and Nulhegan Rivers in the Northeast Kingdom. See our Canoeing and Kayaking page for more information.
Climb Burnt Mountain with the folks from Hazen’s Notch
Normally held in February – ask for this year’s dates
Join your friends and neighbors as we climb Burnt Mountain. 2 miles each way; 1,600′ vertical climb; strenuous with panoramic view on summit. Option to go only as far as Window Rock (1 mile each way) where there is an excellent view. Bring a snack or lunch and something to drink. Call (802) 326-4799 for more information.
June means haying in Vermont. Nothing beats the aroma of new-mown hay. Nelson Hill, in Derby, offers hayrides. (802) 766-2646
Fishing Licenses are available at the Montgomery Town Clerk’s office, as well as the ShurFine Foods in Montgomery Center—both just a few doors down. If you like trout fishing, which is great in our area, we can arrange for an experienced guide as well as any gear you may need.
Montgomery Adventures is the area’s premier adventure guide service, providing fishing outtings in Spring, Summer, and Fall, and Ice Fishing in the winter.
Call Keith or Lori Sampietro