Bondville Vermont is located in Bennington County, on the border between the Southwestern and Southeastern regions of Vermont. Bondville is a village within the town of Winhall that can be found along a stretch of Route 30 at the Stratton Mountain Access Road. Route 30 is a popular east/west route between the Manchester and Brattleboro areas, and is a beautiful drive.
During the winter months, Bondville's businesses cater to the thousands of skiers who visit Stratton Mountain each winter, serving as somewhat of an extension to the resort itself. During the warmer months, you'll find several great shops offering rentals for many outdoor activities, from mountain bike rentals to canoes.
Don't miss the annual Bondville Fair in late August, with agricultural displays and contests, crafts, rides and games, truck, ox and horse pulling, antique tractors, dancing and more!
Take this off-grid opportunity to hike Stratton's Nordic Center and enjoy the night sky. Tours are led through rolling New England terrain for beginner and experts, where you'll see Vermont's legendary stars. Please dress in warm layers, wear sturdy snow boots and bring a headlamp. Max 30 people per tour 1 ½ hour guided tour Headlamps are required for safety Ends with a campfire, hot cocoa and marshmallows for roasting Cancellations must be made by 5pm the day before the tour for full refund. Cancellations after that are subject to full forfeiture Children under 18 must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian
oin the Susan G. Komen New England for the 2017 Komen Vermont Snowshoe for the Cure on Sunday, February 26 at the Sun Bowl of Stratton Mountain Resort. Participants can register for a 3K or 5K Snowshoe Walk, or a 3K Snowshoe Race as they help to stomp out breast cancer. A fun, family-friendly event for all ages, and abilities, that is truly in a class of its own! Tubbs Snowshoe demos available. First come, first serve basis.