Average flight from UK: 11 hours                     Capital: Montpelier


Embark on an unforgettable journey through New England's vibrant tapestry of autumn hues, with Vermont as your quintessential destination. Nestled between Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, and Canada, this tranquil American countryside offers a serene escape as the nation's second least populous state. Vermont is not just a place but an experience, where the charming towns like Montpelier, with its iconic gold-domed state house, and the picturesque Bennington and Manchester, encapsulate the essence of small-town America.


But Vermont's beauty isn't confined to its towns. The Green Mountains form the state's backbone, offering a sanctuary for nature enthusiasts. The Green Mountain National Forest beckons with its sylvan trails and the opportunity to encounter local wildlife. Vermont isn't just green; it's a winter wonderland too, boasting 20 ski resorts like Mount Snow and Killington Mountain Resort, making it a haven for winter sports.


Vermont's rich agricultural heritage and artisanal foods are a testament to its bountiful land. Discover award-winning cheeses, meads, and ciders, and indulge in the state's famous maple syrup. The Breweries Trail and over 100 farmers markets from May to October offer a taste of local life. Outdoor adventurers will find their paradise here, with options to camp, hike the historic Long Trail, or paddle along the Northern Forest Canoe Trail.


Burlington, Vermont's largest city, presents a compact urban culture with vibrant arts, music, and shopping, all while being a gateway to the great outdoors. But the adventure doesn't stop with the cities. Vermont transforms its winter resorts into summer playgrounds, offering activities from mountain biking to scuba diving in Lake Champlain. The state's art scene is as diverse as its landscapes, with places like the Shelburne Museum and the Brattleboro Museum and Art Center showcasing a wide array of artistic expressions.


In Vermont, the invitation is open to slow down, notice, and immerse yourself in its rural landscapes, mountain views, and historic downtowns, where every turn offers a new discovery. Whether cycling through back roads, dining on farm-to-table delights, exploring artisan shops, or simply basking in the natural beauty, Vermont offers a distinct, seasonally shaped experience that will captivate and inspire. Visit Vermont in any season, and you'll find a state not just to see but to feel, to taste, and to remember. 

Welcome to Vermont, where your journey to rediscover yourself begins.

      Vermont Unveiled: A Journey Through Seasons and Senses

 Vermont Revealed: Hidden Gems, Essential Experiences, and Picturesque Spots

Hidden Gems:

  1. Dummerston Center Cemetery, Putney: A cemetery with an intriguing urban legend tied to the Spaulding family's mysterious deaths​​.
  2. FH Gillingham & Son General Store, Woodstock: One of the oldest general stores in Vermont, offering a glimpse into the past and local products​​.
  3. Nature Museum, Grafton: A museum with oddities and a Feejee Mermaid exhibit​​.
  4. Wilson Castle, Rutland: Vermont's own castle with a rich history and stunning architecture​​.
  5. Nepali Dumpling House, Burlington: A unique spot offering authentic Nepalese clothing, accessories, and delicious dumplings​​.
  6. Sunset Drive-In, Colchester: A nostalgic drive-in cinema showcasing the latest movies​​.
  7. Dog Mountain, St. Johnsbury: A canine haven with a chapel dedicated to the bond between humans and dogs​​.
  8. Ithiel Falls, Johnson: A natural beauty spot with rapids and opportunities for rafting and kayaking​​.
  9. Emerson Falls, St. Johnsbury: A peaceful waterfall spot that's perfect for swimming and photography​​.
  10. Ben & Jerry Flavor Graveyard, Waterbury: A quirky graveyard commemorating discontinued ice cream flavors​​.

Must-Do Activities:

  1. Tour Hildene: Explore the Lincoln Family Home with its stunning estate and gardens​​.
  2. Visit Stowe: Enjoy world-class foliage, mountain vistas, and ski resorts​​.
  3. Hit the Slopes: Ski at resorts like Stowe Resort, Killington, and Sugarbush​​.
  4. Inner Tube Down A River: Float down a river on a hot summer day for relaxation​​.
  5. Visit The Breweries: Sample craft beers at places like Fiddlehead and Foam Brewing​​.
  6. Shop At The Vermont Country Store: Explore the eclectic mix of items at this iconic store​​.
  7. Drive Route 100: A scenic drive through Vermont's beautiful landscape​​.
  8. Attend A Vermont Christmas Celebration: Enjoy traditional holiday festivities in various towns​​.
  9. Visit The Shoppes At Quechee Gorge Village: A unique shopping destination with various attractions​​.
  10. See Quechee Gorge: Admire the beauty of Vermont's Little Grand Canyon​​.

Instagrammable Spots:

  1. Quechee Gorge: Known as Vermont's Little Grand Canyon, it's the deepest gorge in the state​​.
  2. Mount Mansfield: The state's highest peak and a popular ski destination in winter​​.
  3. Church Street Marketplace, Burlington: A pedestrian-friendly mall with over 100 shops and restaurants​​.
  4. Lake Champlain: A 120-mile-long freshwater lake with stunning sunsets and activities​​.
  5. Montpelier: The smallest state capital in the US with a bustling arts and entertainment scene​​.
  6. Camel's Hump: The third highest peak in Vermont, offering panoramic views​​.
  7. Peacham: Deemed "the best village in New England," it's highly photogenic​​.
  8. Rock of Ages Quarry: Visit this otherworldly site with massive granite cliffs​​.
  9. Hamilton Falls: While swimming is not advisable, the falls make for a fantastic photo​​.
  10. Green Mountain National Forest: Offers picture-perfect vistas and towering mountains​​.

     Current Weather in Vermont 

   Time difference to the UK - 5 hours

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