Vermont

Vermont is in the New England region of the United States. The Green Mountain State is known for its beautiful fall foliage and its maple syrup. It is a popular destination for hiking and skiing.

Vermont regions – Color-coded map

  Northeast Kingdom
Heavily forested and sparsely populated. The way Vermont used to be.
  Northwest Vermont
Includes the Vermont part of the Champlain Valley. Home of Burlington, the University of Vermont, and many dairy farms.
  Central Vermont
Exquisite ice cream, amazing skiing, and the world’s tallest granite quarry.
  Southern Vermont
Ski resorts, quaint villages, and old mill towns.

. . . Vermont . . .

The Green Mountain State
  • 44.259722-72.5751 Montpelier — capital of Vermont
  • 42.891111-73.2080561 Bennington — famous for the Bennington Battle Memorial, a 300′ Washington Monument lookalike
  • 42.85-72.5822221 Brattleboro — artsy college town looking for a college
  • 44.475833-73.2119441 Burlington — Vermont’s largest city and thriving college town
  • 43.665-72.3716671 Hartford — the crossroads of Vermont
  • 43.140833-73.081 Manchester — upscale outlet shopping destination
  • 44.001944-73.1455561 Middlebury — refined college town
  • 43.608889-72.9797221 Rutland — built by the marble industry, sustained by visitors to Killington Resort
  • 44.475278-72.7022221 Stowe — the “Aspen of the East,” Vermont’s most famous ski town.

. . . Vermont . . .

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. . . Vermont . . .