Annual Cross Vermont Trail Foliage ride from Kettle Pond to Wells River. Follows young boy who rides the 15 mile section of the trail for the first time.
We go for a fall paddling trip on the Lamoille River that ends with a wine tasting at Boyden Valley Winery in Cambridge, VT.
Lake Champlain's deep, windswept waters are loaded with lake trout. Most anglers pursue them by using downriggers to troll lures far below the surface, but every fall there’s a brief period when...
We follow a class of surfers as they learn how to river surf on the rapids around the island of Montreal.
Hunting was never a tradition in Gina’s family but since moving to Vermont it’s an activity that she has always been curious about. Thanks to the relatively new mentored license offered by the...
We spend an evening with a couple of anglers who love to fish for largemouth bass and northern pike on Bristol Pond.
Located in Oswego County, New York, the Salmon River stretches 17 miles from the Lighthouse Hill Reservoir in Altmar to where it empties into Lake Ontario. At a time of year when a lot of anglers...
We enjoy the views from the Great Cliff after hiking Mount Horrid with a group of locals.
The Vermont Youth Conservation Corps is known for their trail work but they’re also involved with several watershed restoration projects. We visit two crews and learn more about the importance of...
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