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    Default Hostels and Motel/Hotels Between Killington and VT/NH Border

    Let me know which ones you liked in this section of the trail.
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    I dont know if I have ever heard complaints about the Inn on the Long Trail. The Yellow Deli (and hostel) in Rutland is definitely controversial, but many ignore the ties to a cult and have a good time. https://www.middleburycampus.com/art...1/s13ra9jrel0i

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    The inn on the long Trail is a fantastic place to stay!
    I stayed there a couple nights a few years ago snowshoeing and skiing. They have a great Irish restaurant and pub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peakbagger View Post
    I dont know if I have ever heard complaints about the Inn on the Long Trail. The Yellow Deli (and hostel) in Rutland is definitely controversial, but many ignore the ties to a cult and have a good time. https://www.middleburycampus.com/art...1/s13ra9jrel0i
    What cult?
    Let's head for the roundhouse; they can't corner us there!

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    12 tribes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twelve_Tribes_communities

    If you want to debate the term "cult" feel free. It has been done on whiteblaze multiple times when discussing 12 tribes.

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    I stayed at The Inn at Long Trail in June. Maybe my favorite near-o or zero on the whole trail. Itís a rustic ski lodge. Clean, comfy room, laundry, library, Irish pub downstairs with great food, free and fantastic breakfast. Itís also affordable, with convenient bus stops if you need to go to Killington or Rutland. I was there between hiker bubbles and practically had the place to myself.

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    The Inn at the Long Trail is at the start of the Killington -> NH dog leg. I don't believe there is any convenient lodging along that section. Maybe a B+B ($$$) Anyway, it can be done in a few days.
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    Yeah, the Inn

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    Near Vt12 Woodstock www.Wisepines.com
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    Green Mountain House Hostel
    Manchester Center, VT

    http://www.greenmountainhouse.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by peakbagger View Post
    I dont know if I have ever heard complaints about the Inn on the Long Trail. The Yellow Deli (and hostel) in Rutland is definitely controversial, but many ignore the ties to a cult and have a good time. https://www.middleburycampus.com/art...1/s13ra9jrel0i
    Yes, enjoy the spartan accommodations, yerba mate and wish they would direct the revolutionary and democratic spirit to reforming their groups and ousting their "apostle" leader. Some have likened to them to a venus' fly trap as wonderful and old fashioned as they appear.


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