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Clay White Hill Labyrinth

Address:
48 Clay White Hill Road
Tunbridge, VT 05061, US

Category: Outdoor, open as listed

Used in the following map:

Labyrinths of New England

Directions/notes:
This Chartres labyrinth is encircled with thyme; the paths are marked with marble; the path itself, grass. A bench in the center welcomes anyone who cares to find this central Vermont mountain spot.
Contact: Karen Speerstra
Email: kspeerstra@earthlink.net
Private owners: Karen and John Speerstra
Type: Medieval
This labyrinth is a Chartres replica; the entrance is to the northeast, as is Chartres. It is more challenging to walk than most, however, because it slopes - rather like a large "Dali watch" over the meadow. But that feature offers an interesting momentum to the journey.
Material: Outdoor Grass
edging in white marble; the turns are wood, painted white
Designer: Karen and Joel Speerstra
Builder: the Speerstra family
Size: 43 feet diameter
Date installed: July, 2000
GPS: 43 degrees, 52'° Lat.; 72 degrees 33'° Long.

Source: World-Wide Labyrinth Locator #3217