popular destinations in Vermont include...
There is so much to do in SoVermont - from skiing
to summer theater, to historic sites to shopping or hiking. Visit Arlington,
a historic village nestled between the Taconic Range and the Green Mountains
of Vermont. Picture postcard scenery, covered bridges, fall foliage, and so
More than just a winter time skiing destination, The Stowe-Smugglers
Notch Region of Vermont, has a rich artistic and cultural tradition, a wide
range of outdoor recreation for all seasons and all ages, traditional New England
villages, fourteen covered bridges, a pristine environment, and the state's
highest mountain. Nonetheless, it is best known today as the home of the upscale
ski resorts of Stowe and Smugglers' Notch.
Islands and Farms
Vermont's Islands & Farms Region
offers island hopping oppotunities with nearby high mountain skiing; boating
and climbing; and swimming in lakes and mountain streams. Be refreshed by the
scenic beauty and the relaxed way of life.
Southern Vermont - with lush hillsides
and mountains, rushing rivers and flowing streams. Small, sleepy villages dot
the landscape. Rich in history, the arts, outdoor recreation, and in opportunities
for shopping and fine dining. A few of the towns and cities in Southern Vermont
include Brattleboro, Mount Snow, Wilmington, Putney,
Weston, Londonderry, Townshend and Stratton.