Take A Break From The Trails At This Rustic Stone Cabin In Vermont

Whether you’re skiing or hiking in Vermont, sometimes you want to take a little break. Perched under Killington’s Peak is a rustic stone cabin that welcomes travelers any day of the year free of charge. Known as Cooper’s Cabin, the primitive shelter offers respite from the mountain trails.

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Have you ever visited Cooper’s Cabin or know someone that has? Did you even know this stone shelter existed? The Green Mountain State has an abundance of outdoor treasures to be discovered. If you enjoy roughing it, these nine incredible state parks offer camping year round.