A Vermont Vacation. So many ways to get out and play.
The Vermont Green Mountains have so many peaks that not all of them have formal names, even in a state famous for assigning a moniker to every bump, crevice, and trickle that dots the landscape. Whether you prefer an easy stroll in solitude, a playful romp with the kids or a hard-core adventure, the Western Slopes of the northern Green Mountains has an outstanding range and quality of outdoor options. We have swaths of white ski trails in the winter, and when it’s warmer out, hiking trails that lead to summit views that truly feel like the top of the world. Our wooded slopes set the stage for rejuvenating bike rides, smooth cross-country ski treks, and watching nature scurry, roam, and flutter through the birches, maples, and pines. We have meandering valleys streaked with rivers and streams for calm paddling, whitewater adventure, and refreshing swims on hot summer afternoons. The peaks and valleys are our playground, and they’re better fun than any slide, swing, or sandbox we’ve come across. Whether you come for the day or stay for a week, it’s likely you’ll leave feeling the way we do. Your Vermont vacation awaits.
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Whether you’re just taking up an activity, need a repair, or are replacing some old equipment, our gear shops offer a variety of outdoor stuff, rentals, and services to get you out the door in no time. Check out our business directory for sources.
Want to know where and when to find the best fall foliage in Vermont? Visit the website dedicated to this colorful season. You’ll find maps, photos and be able to find out about the myriad of harvest and foliage festivals around the state.