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Walking hand-in-hand on the beach has become a romantic cliché, but walking mitten-in-mitten in wintry woods is at least as lovely — or so you’ll think if you spend some time in this quintessential Vermont village, with gracious 18th- and 19th-century buildings tucked around a village green. There’s even a covered bridge. The mood is mellow and the offerings trend upscale; it’s unlikely you’ll ever see a zip-line course or a Whitesnake cover band here.