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Sunday cruising at Ole’s nordic center in Warren, Vt.

Posted Monday, February 28, 2011
— Ole's, Cross-country skiing

Fresh snow and views at Ole’s Cross-Country Ski Center.

On Sunday the Skimeister and I heard that Monday would bring a “wintry mix” to northern Vermont, so we grabbed our gear and headed for Ole's Cross-Country Ski Center in Warren, Vermont.

It’s a scenic trail network and the trails had a thin blanket of fresh snow from the night before. We would ski a loop on Trails 5, 7a, 4, 7 and back to 5 for the return to the nordic center. Our ski tour brought us through meadows, passing brooks, birch trees, evergreens and crossing hay fields. It was quite peaceful on the trail, especially when we skied farther from East Warren Road.

Here are a few images from our afternoon at Ole’s. Enjoy!

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