Red Rocks Park, Vermont
Scattered over 100 acres of land, Red Rocks Park is open year-round, with parking just outside the main gate. While bikes aren’t allowed, visitors can still enjoy hiking, jogging, cross country skiing, and even snowshoeing!
Considered to be among the most dangerous jumps in the country, Red Rocks has cliffs as high as 76ft tall with narrow, jagged openings and sobering cold temperatures in Lake Champlain.
Unskilled jumpers can go just for the thrill of watching. You can also take a leisurely stroll in the woods to a couple of lovely lookouts of Lake Champlain.
Bonus: If you’re in the area and have the kiddies with you, take them to the Vermont Teddy Bear Factory. It can be fun, and they get to create their own bear!