New England - Vermont (PDF Chapter)
This is the Vermont chapter from Lonely Planet’s New England guidebook.
Whether seen under blankets of snow, patchworks of blazing fall leaves or the exuberant greens of spring and summer, Vermont’s blend of bucolic farmland, mountains and picturesque small villages make it one of America’s most appealing states.
- saunter along the spectacular Stowe Recreation Path
- explore a 19th-century lighthouse, schoolhouse and steamship at Shelburne Museum
- gawk at the fall foliage from America’s sole surviving single chairlift at Mad River Glen
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Southern Vermont, Brattleboro, Wilmington, Bennington, Manchester, Dorset, Central Vermont, Woodstock & Quechee Village, Killington Mountain, Middlebury, Mad River Valley, Northern Vermont, Burlington, Stowe & Smugglers Notch, Montpelier, Northeast Kingdom.
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