Karmę Chöling is a residential meditation retreat center on 700 acres of beautiful countryside in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. With the Green Mountains as the backdrop, the land is enriched by rolling meadows, woodland walking trails, and a one-acre organic garden. Originally a dairy farm, the land has evolved into an elegant complex. Six meditation halls and ample bright, open common spaces complement a range of living quarters for full-time residential staff and program participants, along with eight rustic cabins nestled in the woods for solitary retreats. The first land center established by Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, Karmę Chöling has served the international Shambhala community for over 45 years. Continuing under the leadership of his son, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, the center offers programs for both new and experienced practitioners, with a community life rooted in meditation practice as a foundation for fostering enlightened society.