Mudslinging isn’t just for political candidates… “Muddy Tracks” Getaway lets guests in on the fun!
Lower Waterford, VT (March 1, 2009) – When ski season ends, North Country celebrates Mud Season. This country inn introduces their guests to the old Vermont tradition of “Mud Boggin’” with a luxurious flare. The adrenaline begins to flow when they are strapped into an aggressive 6-wheel drive Swiss Army Pinzgauer transport vehicle for an adventurous ride up the muddy trails of Barron Mountain with a knowledgeable and trusted guide from Alpine Adventure Co. The vehicle seats 12, allowing inn guests to plan an exciting getaway with friends.
In addition to the wild Truck Safari Adventure, Guests benefit from an offering that includes reduced room rates, gourmet meals, two free Mud Puddle cocktails, gratuities, and candlelit turndown service nightly.
Rabbit Hill Inn offers full concierge services to help Guests customize their “Muddy Tracks” getaway. This includes individual day trip planning, in-room massage services, and extensive outdoor activity offerings.
“Vermonters have been keeping the sport of Mud Boggin’ a secret for years. But now everyone wants in on the fun. This “not-so-popular” time of year is getting more attention than ever before! ” say innkeepers, Brian and Leslie Mulcahy.
The “Muddy Tracks” inclusive 2-night package rates start at $ 569.00, per couple.
Rabbit Hill Inn is a AAA Four Diamond Inn and Dining Room and a proud member of Select Registry, Distinguished Inns of North America, and Distinctive Inns of New England. To learn more about this romantic luxury Inn (circa 1795), current seasonal menu, unique packages, and culinary getaways – visit their website at www.RabbitHillInn.com.