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Glebe Mountain Farm Cross Country Ski Center

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Glebe Mountain Farm Cross Country Ski Center

Windham, Windham County, Vermont

"Glebe Mountain Farm, Windham, 802-875-3167.  Miles of trails in meadows and woods and unplowed roads.  Rentals and waxing service." -Bennington Banner, January 17, 1976

Location: Route 121, Windham, Vt. 05359

Directory listings:

Known operators: Margaret Hussey

Today: out of operation



            Glebe Mountain Farm was started by Margaret Hussey who moved to Windham with her children in 1967.  Glebe Mountain Farm operated out of their own home which bordered the property of the now defunct Timber Ridge alpine area.  Glebe Mountain cross country area operated about 1000' to the east of the of Timber Ridge's base lodge.  Margaret was also the manager of Woody's Cracker Barrel and her son, Michael Hussey, was named director of Middlebury College's Rikert Ski Touring Center in the winter of 2010-2011.  

            The undated brochure pictured above reads:

"Cross-Country Skiers! We would like to welcome you to Glebe Mountain Farm.  Our barn has been converted into a unique cross-country ski shop with antiques forming the background for out ski rentals, lessons, sales and service. 

Complete rental outfits . . . . . . . Daily $6.00

                                               1/2 day (1-5) 4.00

 2 hour lessons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6.00

The base lodge at Timber Ridge Ski Area is about 300 yards away and is open from 9 am to 4 pm on Saturdays, Sundays, and during holidays for soup, sandwiches and such.  We do not serve food at Glebe Mountain Farm, so weekdays (or anytime) bring your own in a pack and enjoy it while on the trails or in the sugar house.

Open daily -- 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

For further information, please write to us or call (802) 875-3167

Starting at our door, there are miles of trails for your pleasure on old unplowed town roads, in the woods and in the meadows here on Glebe Mountain.  Our sugar house warm-up hut is for your use--for lunching, warming, waxing and camaraderie.  There is no charge for the use of the sugar house or trails.  a map of our trails is available at the desk.

Why not stop in and see us?  As well as the pleasure o quiet country trails we can also offer you a lovely view and a warm place to sit and enjoy it.  We specialize in informal country hospitality."