Vermont is defined, naturally, by its distinct seasons, classic villages, picturesque mountain landscapes, and its friendly people. With an abundance of recreation opportunities, cultural explorations, historical sites, culinary treats, agricultural heritage, and plenty of time and space to relax, Vermont is truly a special place. Take up the invitation to discover the beauty that is Vermont, and you will also rediscover yourself. Visit in the fall and the combination of crisp autumn air, white clapboarded villages, and glorious mountainside colour makes this little state a mustsee destination for visitors from all over the world. It is a magical time of year to visit and will certainly leave you with plenty of great memories. Head to the state in winter and golden shop lights pierce the snowy nights and a horse-drawn sleigh will glide you through the woods. With world-class skiing and snowboarding all over the state, is it any coincidence that the classic images of winter really are pure Vermont? Springtime is maple sugar season which begins as winter wanes. Bulbs sprout from the ground, buds spring from branches, then before you know it, the land turns lush, the waters run deep, and the gardens are in bloom.
In summer visitors can head to the swimming holes and ice cream parlours, outdoor concerts and mountain trails for hikes or bike rides during long days at a relaxed pace. Welcome to Vermont.
||9,609 sq. miles|
||Montpelier (the smallest state capital in the USA)|
||EST – 5 hrs behind the UK|
||With four distinct seasons, the weather varies from summertime highs in the 90s to wintertime lows below zero, and everything in between – generally warmer, wetter springs, and cooler, drier falls. We can receive more than 100 inches of snowfall per year!|
||None - Green Mountain National Forest.There are 54 parks|