Vermont is known for its natural landscape, which is primarily forested. Part of the New England region, it’s also known for being home to more than 100 19th-century covered wooden bridges, and as a major producer of maple syrup. Thousands of acres of mountain terrain are crossed by hiking trails and skiing slopes.
RUSTIC CHARM, WITH AMENITIES
Whether you are exploring Vermont’s snowmobile trails, hunting for fall foliage or touring Vermont’s breweries, you will find something interesting around every corner of Vermont. Renting a vacation home in Vermont may be the ideal situation for you. Vermont has many unique vacation rentals to offer, both in the mountains or by the lake. Search our travel planner to find the perfect match to suit your unique needs. Vermont is a serious skiing state – with 19 alpine ski resorts, 30 cross-country touring centers and 6,090 acres of alpine terrain. But beyond skiing and riding, there are countless ways to enjoy our pristine snow, mountains, trails and woodlands.
Small town charm meets big city style in historic Manchester, Vermont. Nestled between the Green Mountains to the east and the Taconic Range to the west, Manchester offers spectacular scenery, cultural pursuits, and recreational opportunities unique to each of the four seasons. In winter, ski at three ski mountains. You’ll find a classic, local vibe at Magic and Bromley, super family friendly. Discover a true alpine resort when you make the trek to Stratton, plus some of the best après action around. Not a skier? Not to worry. You can skate, sled, snowshoe, or cozy up for a romantic sleigh ride. And when you need to warm up, we’ve got crackling fires, craft cocktails, and hearty seasonal cuisine. If you love the holidays, join us for Merriment! Thanksgiving kicks off six weeks of fun, festive activities like tree lighting, inn tours, train rides, replete with New England charm.
Best of all, we’re within easy driving distance of New York and Boston, but still a world away.
5 Places Not To Miss
- Orvis (Flagship Store, Outlet, Fly Fishing School)
- Hildene, the Lincoln Family Home
- Northshire Bookstore
- Equinox Preserve
- Southern Vermont Art Centers