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Vermont has four distinct seasons and friendly people to help visitors experience all of the Green Mountain State.
The birthplace of Vermont, drive across an 1886 covered bridge, visit a museum housing the largest collection of historically significant machine tools in the U.S.
Lift-served and featuring 45 miles of trails & a 1,700-foot vertical drop spread across five mountain areas.
Passing through from Vermont’s southern border with Massachusetts, historically, a “shire town” was a county seat otherwise known as the governmental center of the county.
An idyllic country retreat in Stowe, where hospitality plays front and center. Distinctive resort accommodations, imaginative dining, thoughtful touches and welcoming smiles.
Vermont's 9 scenic byways showcase historic sites, cultural experiences and recreational opportunities.
Take a tour of Vermont's Covered Bridge Museum at the Bennington Art Center.
Situated in the heart of Vermont’s Green Mountains, surrounded by over 3000 acres of pristine forest. It’s the perfect playground to relax in a family-friendly atmosphere.
Enjoy hiking down to Bingham Waterfall, riding a gondola to enjoy a delicious meal and end the day at the heated pool with s'mores by the fire.
700 acres of breathtaking lakeside property in Vergennes, Vermont. On Lake Champlain, this seasonal resort offers a multitude of recreational activities, kids camp and exceptional dining.
Located amidst the Green Mountains of central Vermont - 350 acres of breathtaking views, endless adventures, contemporary cuisine and spacious guest rooms.
A nationally recognized B & B located in Barnard - a quintessential village with steepled churches & the oldest general store in Vermont.
A romantic B & B in Springfield - offering 40 rooms and suites. The Pushkin Restaurant serves Russian & New England cuisine.