Super Quest

May 1- November 1

Welcome to the 2017 Miraculous Trees Super Quest! Explore the forests of the Upper Valley this spring, summer, and fall through this tree-themed challenge.

Learn about special places like the Chaffee Wildlife Sanctuary, Hurricane Forest, and Gile Mountain Ridge. Follow the 10 Valley Quests featured on the Super Quest to find treasure boxes containing specially carved stamps. When you collect all 10, you’ll notice that one stamp is missing. Stop by the Vital Communities offices in White River Junction to complete your stamp sheet and get your official Super Quest patch!

You can print the Miraculous Trees Super Quest on 11” x 17” paper, pick one up at the Vital Communities offices, or grab one at various locations around the Upper Valley.*

Find the Valley Quests featured in this year’s Super Quest by using the Valley Quest app—available for FREE in the iTunes Store—or by using the search bar below. A few of the Quests are also included in our Valley Quest books.

*Locations you can find the 2017 Miraculous Trees Super Quest:

  • VINS, Quechee, VT
  • Woodstock Green, Woodstock, VT
  • Farm-Way, Bradford, VT
  • Springfield Town Central Library, Springfield, VT
  • Latham Library, Thetford, VT
  • Fiske Free Library, Claremont, NH
  • Howe Library, Hanover, NH
  • Converse Library, Lyme, NH
  • Cornish Library, Cornish, NH

Here is How It Works

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Open House 2014 (10)

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to receive your patch

Want more Super Quests? Try these.

school

General Stores
2015

farmraiser

Upper Valley Farms
2014

colonial

250th Commemoration
2011

Thank you to Farm-Way, our generous sponsor!

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Staff

Sara Cottingham

Valley Quest Coordinator

Valley Quest

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— Sara Cottingham, Valley Quest Coordinator

Sara holds a BA in Geography and an MS in Community & Regional Planning, both from the University of Texas at Austin. A watershed planner by trade, Sara’s inner compass is guided by a passion for rural and mountainous places. After brief stints working for state and federal agencies, Sara spent the last four years cleaning up rivers in West Virginia. Her favorite pastimes include looking at maps, making art, exploring woods and rivers, and playing old-time fiddle and banjo for contra dances. Sara also maintains a private practice as an independent grant writer for nonprofits.