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    Mountain Goat

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    (802) 362-5159

    Route 7A

    Manchester
    ,
    VT
    05254

    Mountain Goat is a business providing services in the field of Camps. Mountain Goat is located in Manchester, VT on Route 7A.

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    Address : Route 7A Manchester, VT 05254
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    Helpful Tip for: Camps


    Camps, in Manchester,  refer to the temporary establishments for recreational outing, training, medical check-up, blood donation or supporting homeless refugees. Staying in Camps evoke a sense of compassion, leadership, environmental awareness as well as self-sufficiency. In training camps, the trainees learn to construct shelters, fire-making, cooking, foraging, fishing and various outdoor sports.

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