Cascades Lodge Killington

Address: 58 Old Mill Rd. , Killington, Vermont, 05751, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 58 Old Mill Rd. , Killington, is near Killington Resort, Thundering Falls Trail, Killington Golf Course, and Killington - Pico Adventure Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Killington

    The Very Beginning

    A travel blog entry by _klarock on Jan 26, 2015

    1 photo

    ... donut for the road. From there, we hit the road and I drove all the way to NYC. We were en route as the sun came up. We stopped at Rite Aid in Fort Anne and then again at the New Baltimore service center before making our way down to ...

    Cabin Fever Combat!

    A travel blog entry by nsevers on Jan 17, 2015

    4 comments, 16 photos

    ... bright sunshine. If it’s too cold, sleeting, freezing rain or slick and icy, we can’t always exercise outside. Everyone I meet has a touch of winter “low energy.” We call it Cabin Fever.
    Is winter Cabin Fever so different from "cancer cabin fever?"

    Ways to Combat Cabin Fever:
    Dress for the weather, & when dry, get outside and exercise. Ski or snowshoe ...

    Finding the Light Within.

    A travel blog entry by nsevers on Dec 21, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... is key. After today’s class, another yogi mentioned that somehow, the classes seem to be just what she needs each day. I said, "I have often felt the same."

    On this winter solstice day once again, our class was just what I needed. The meditation, pranayama (breath work), chakra awareness, and poses may have affected each of us in in class differently. As I embraced the quiet practice recognizing the darkness of the season, I felt ...

    Pain is Inevitable; Suffering is Optional.

    A travel blog entry by nsevers on Dec 01, 2014

    4 comments, 93 photos

    ... is relative. All the shops, and every building are post WWII of course.

    We went Underground and find contrast to what “seems to be a world of order and decency and restraint.” At one point, Paul observed that “someone said pain is inevitable; suffering is optional.”

    That’s my thought for the day. I might have pain but I refuse to suffer. I know that as long as I keep myself moving, walking ...

    Montreal to Woodstock VT

    A travel blog entry by dawnrachel on Oct 24, 2014

    38 photos

    ... of our accommodation. Montreal seems to be a city with high unemployment and its fair share of issues. It seems like an expensive place to live and the area we were in was on the edge of the downtown city area. Buildings were dilapidated and we walked passed empty shops in this neighbourhood.

    Our next encounter with a local was actually a policeman on point duty. We were surprised to see his uniform included a pair of pink camo cargo pants. He also wore ...