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Vermont possesses all of the charm, adventure and beauty of New England at its finest. Plummet down the slopes of its mountains on skis in winter or hike up them in summer for spectacular views. Its delightful towns and cities can also be visited at any time of year, promising niche museums and historic centers.
Visit Chimney Point State Historic Site and the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum to learn about the Abenaki nations who lived in the region for almost 10,000 years before Europeans arrived. French explorers arrived in 1609 and named the region after the green mountains in the north.
The state may be small but it packs in over 220 mountains of elevations over 2,000 feet (610 meters). Trek to the top of Mount Mansfield, the highest point in the state, or follow the Long Trail, an old hiking route that follows the ridges of the Green Mountains. Return to the slopes in winter and enjoy the pistes at Killington Ski Area, Sugarbush Resort and Stowe Mountain.
Relax by the shores of Lake Champlain or bike around the edge of this 120-mile (193-kilometer) long lake. The main point of access is the welcoming town of Burlington. Stay here to enjoy a colorful market on Church Street and to visit the family-friendly ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center.
Stroll around scenic towns such as Stowe and Woodstock. Stowe features the Vermont Ski Museum, which charts the history of the sport. Amble between the farms and markets of Woodstock, sampling fresh and local produce as you go.
Manchester is popular with foodies, shoppers and mountaineers. Here, explore Hildene, the family home of Abraham Lincoln’s son, and attend crafts festivals in fall.
Fly into Burlington International Airport from major cities around the U.S. or drive here from the busy neighboring states of Massachusetts and New York. Vermont holds different appeals across the seasons. Come in fall, however, to witness the trees changing colors into fiery reds, yellows and oranges.
Beautiful hotel. $43 resort fee is too much. You get nothing for it. A gondola ride to the top will run your family over $120. Restaurants and shops have no practical schedule they open and close on demand. Decent food, amazing drinks. Be prepared though, a few drinks and an app for two will run ...
Lovely little terrace out front that in the evening has a rectangular fireplace. there are adirondack chairs and small couches to sit in. We had our coffee out there in the morning and a drink in the evening.
Great location, loved the complimentary shuttle.no need to take a taxi. The bed was really comfortable. Great staff!
Helpful to the max and friendly and courteous. Able to accommodate very early flight time with free shuttle.
This hotel was like a small one bedroom apartment complete with stove and refrigerator. It was nicely furnished. Front desk personnel were helpful. Buffet breakfast was okay.
Better then expected. Large rooms, everyone was so accommodating.