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Around 4-fifths of Vermont is covered by forest, so it’s no surprise that thousands flock here each year to witness the spectacular explosion of color that occurs during fall. Upon visiting Vermont however, you’ll soon discover it’s no one-trick pony, with plenty to see and do throughout the year. The Green Mountains provide a myriad of outdoor activities to pursue, including hiking in the summer and skiing in the winter. The abundance of nature, coupled with the fact that it’s America’s 2nd least populous state, will ensure you have a relaxing and peaceful vacation.

Hotels in Vermont

Larger cities such as Burlington in Vermont have the greatest concentration of hotels in Vermont, and a wide variety of accommodation to suit all budgets. You can also find lots of excellent hotels, B&Bs, and lodges in The Green Mountains resorts. Stowe Mountain Lodge is a 5-star Vermont hotel that boasts a full-service spa and ski-in/ski-out access among its many amenities. You’ll also find that there are a number of cozy B&Bs in Vermont, ideal for a romantic vacation. A great example is the Snowed Inn, a charming B&B complete with a roaring fireplace—perfect for those winter months.

Things to see in Vermont

Perhaps the biggest draw of Vermont is the beautiful landscape and the incredible fall foliage that blazes throughout September and October. Considered by many to be the best in the country (or even the world), it’s a stunning, magical sight to behold. With so much of the state covered in forest it’s easy to see anywhere, but you can also visit the many ski resorts to catch a lift to a number of higher vantage points. Hildene, the Lincoln Family Home, is an attraction that is also well worth visiting. You can take a tour of the historical mansion, stroll around the delightful gardens, enjoy miles of hiking trails, and visit the farm (where they even make their own goat cheese). If you’re in central Vermont, be sure to visit Quechee Gorge, situated in Quechee State Park. The 165-foot-deep gorge and surrounding area is particularly beautiful during fall, and there are some relaxing hiking trails to enjoy.

Where to stay in Vermont

A stay in one of the many resort towns in the Green Mountains, such as Killington Mountain Resort or Okemo Mountain Resort, is always an outstanding choice. As well as providing beautiful mountainous landscape to enjoy, there are lots of recreational activities to pursue. The largest city, Burlington, is located right next to the stunning Lake Champlain, and thanks to its vast choice of restaurants and craft breweries, it’s the perfect place for foodies and beer aficionados. If you’re traveling on a budget and seeking discount hotels in Vermont, Burlington’s suburb of Shelburne is an excellent choice. As well as affordable accommodation, it hosts popular attractions such as the Shelburne Museum and Shelburne Farms.

How to get to Vermont

There are several options available when planning your visit to Vermont. The main airport is Burlington International Airport, which serves a number of cities across the U.S. Alternatively, Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in New Hampshire is just a few hours’ drive from most places in Vermont. For those driving, Interstate 91 runs along the New Hampshire border and into Canada and Massachusetts, and Interstate 89 runs across state from New Hampshire. There are 2 Amtrak services available: the Vermonter connects Vermont with Washington DC, and the Ethan Allen Express travels direct to New York City.

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