Nordic skating on a 4.5-mile trail on a frozen Vermont lake

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Nordic skating on a 4.5-mile trail on a frozen Vermont lake

A skater wearing Nordic skates strides along on a 4.5-mile trail around Lake Morey in Fairlee, Vt., which is said to be the longest Nordic ice skating trail in the United States.
Ice skaters travel along a 4.5-trail around Lake Morey in Fairlee, Vt., which is said to be the longest Nordic skating trail in the United States.
A skater removes blades from Nordic skates at Lake Morey in Fairlee, Vt. The lake has a 4.5-mile Nordic ice skating trail, said to be the longest in the United States.
Stuart McDonald, left, of Center Harbor, N.H., and Judy Stoecklin, of Sanbornton, N.H., skate on Lake Morey in Fairlee, Vt.
A skater shows how a Nordic skate works on Lake Morey in Fairlee, Vt.
Skaters put on skates in front of Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, Vt., before heading out on the ice. The lake has a 4.5-mile Nordic skating trail that is said to be the longest in the United States.
Skaters enjoy an ice rink in front of the Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, Vt., which maintains a 4.5-mile skating trail around the lake, said to be the longest Nordic skating trail in the United States.
A skater puts on speed skates at Lake Morey in Fairlee, Vt., which is said to have the longest Nordic ice skating trail in the United States.
Ice skaters travel passed the Lake Morey Resort, rear, on a 4.5-trail around Lake Morey in Fairlee, Vt.
Jeph Shaw, of Hanover, N.H., skates with his dog on Lake Morey, in Fairlee, Vt.
If you go

NORDIC SKATING: The Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, Vermont, provides Nordic skates free to overnight guests and rents them for $30 to the public on weekends ($10 for hockey or figure skate rentals, free for guests). No admission fee to get on the ice, and anyone can skate with their own skates at any time. Skating is at your own risk. A skate shack on weekends also offers sandwiches, soup, hot chocolate and craft beer.

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Nordic skating on a 4.5-mile trail on a frozen Vermont lake

A skater wearing Nordic skates strides along on a 4.5-mile trail around Lake Morey in Fairlee, Vt., which is said to be the longest Nordic ice skating trail in the United States.
Ice skaters travel along a 4.5-trail around Lake Morey in Fairlee, Vt., which is said to be the longest Nordic skating trail in the United States.
A skater removes blades from Nordic skates at Lake Morey in Fairlee, Vt. The lake has a 4.5-mile Nordic ice skating trail, said to be the longest in the United States.
Stuart McDonald, left, of Center Harbor, N.H., and Judy Stoecklin, of Sanbornton, N.H., skate on Lake Morey in Fairlee, Vt.
A skater shows how a Nordic skate works on Lake Morey in Fairlee, Vt.
Skaters put on skates in front of Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, Vt., before heading out on the ice. The lake has a 4.5-mile Nordic skating trail that is said to be the longest in the United States.
Skaters enjoy an ice rink in front of the Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, Vt., which maintains a 4.5-mile skating trail around the lake, said to be the longest Nordic skating trail in the United States.
A skater puts on speed skates at Lake Morey in Fairlee, Vt., which is said to have the longest Nordic ice skating trail in the United States.
Ice skaters travel passed the Lake Morey Resort, rear, on a 4.5-trail around Lake Morey in Fairlee, Vt.
Jeph Shaw, of Hanover, N.H., skates with his dog on Lake Morey, in Fairlee, Vt.
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