Vermont Vacation Guide

COVER PHOTO CREDIT: NATHANAEL ASARO PHOTOSCOURTESYOF: EMILY JOHNSON, VERMONT INSTITUTE OFNATURAL SCIENCE SUGARBUSH RESORT KELLY FLETCHER BROOKIE KALTSAS, TRUCKIELOOPHOTOGRAPHY WELCOME Vermont is a place that's determined by geography and physical boundaries, but also by an idea: That life is better when we slow down, look around, and simply take notice. Here, it's not about what you achieve or acquire, it's about how unique experiences in nature and around local downtowns make you feel. While it's easy to spend days simply taking in the scenery, it's even more rewarding to adventure out across the landscape. Explore back roads and well-maintained trails by bike. Go for a run or walk along bustling downtown paths or find iconic covered bridges on your way to quiet village greens sprinkled with local artisans, farmers markets, and general stores. Grab your skis or snowboard and chase fresh powder at 20 alpine and 30 cross country resorts. Cast a line in a lake or stream or relax lake side at a pristine state park. All seasons suit Vermont well, from spring's maple syrup sweetness to the lush green of summer along the mountain ridgelines to famous foliage of fall and winter's thick blanket of snow. Vermont. A Place All Its Own. ------1-800-VERMONT------------------------------------

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